Los Angeles

Charles Beulcke

Tanar Gallery

Despite the permissive attitude of today’s culture mongering, friends of people-who-paint should hold themselves back from confusing the poor innocents into exhibiting as professionals. The critic forced to look at the entire work of Charles Beulcke in his first one-man show is overcome with a sense of poignancy that such harmlessly inept corn must be cut down as if it were full grown. Mr. Beulcke needs a teacher; on his own he has neither the talent nor the judgment to be able to distinguish anything that has to do with quality in a work of art.

Rosalind G. Wholden