Los Angeles

The Search

Lytton Center for Visual Arts

In its current exhibition entitled The Search, Lytton Center for Visual Arts presents a group of ten leading California artists. The selection of work is such that each artist is shown retrospectively, enabling the viewer to follow his individual growth and development.

Helen Lundeberg’s style, which has grown more lyrical and free as she has become less literal, still retains the purity which gave her early work its compelling power and substance. John McLaughlin, in search of the “miraculous void” of Zen, exhibits a series of bare rectangular paintings derived from Mondrian and the Suprematists. Reginald Pollack’s style has remained consistently and exuberantly romantic and colorful. His versatility is displayed in his sculpture. George Baker’s recent sculpture shows the influence of Brancusi and is more sensuous in character. Naos and The Watcher represent a marked departure from his

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