San Francisco

Alfred O’Shaughnessy

Eric Locke Gallery

O’Shaughnessy, a young artist, has a rare spirit. He works exclusively within the black and white medium of drawing. The very best works are close toned, saturated and dark images in which he almost moves his work out of the realm of drawing into painting.

John Coplans

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