San Francisco

“Current Painting and Sculpture of the Bay Area”

Stanford Museum of Art

To celebrate the opening of newly renovated galleries the Stanford Art Department. under the direction of Lorenz Eitner, installed a large group exhibit of recent Bay Area painting and sculpture in the Stanford Museum building.

As a totality the exhibit duplicates such large group gatherings as the S. F. A. I. Annual, The Richmond Annual, or the revolving group shows-in-depth at the San Francisco Museum, held during the three summer months. With the possible exception of Mel Ramos and William Reynolds all the artists, including Elmer Bischoff, Keith Boyle, Joan Brown, Ron Davis, Tony Delap, Roy De Forest, Charles Gill, Wally Hedrick, Tom Holland, Robert Hudson, David Lynn, Fred Martin, Charles Mattox, Clark Murray, Manuel Neri, Nathan Oliveira, Harold Paris, Charles Ross, Stephen De Staebler, Wayne Thiebaud, and William Wiley have been seen in shows of this sort during the last twelve

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