A leading figure in the world of glass, Marvin Lipofsky was instrumental in establishing and promoting the California Studio Glass Movement. Marvin Lipofsky: Molten Matter/Fantastic Form moves from early work through phases of formal exploration and aesthetic mastery.
The Richmond Art Center is pleased to be able to present this survey of Marvin Lipofsky (1938 -2016) offering a view of an artist who reached into molten matter and emerged with a striking array of fantastic forms.
Richmond Art Center is proud to host the only annual exhibition in the Bay Area to exclusively feature regional artists of African descent. Now in its 21st year, we look to some of the deeply resonating art presented in this annual tradition of spotlighting the most extraordinary and striking work of the moment.
The Art of Living Black was founded by the late sculptor Jan Hart-Schuyers and late painter Rae Louise Hayward after their realization that black artists were not being represented by galleries in any significant way. This year’s exhibition will showcase a broad range of works by 45 artists from throughout the Bay Area.
Pictured above: Nyé Lyn Tho, Gene Dominique, Justice Renaissance
Scheduled artists talks
Exhibiting artists: Saturday, February 4, 12-2pm
Special talk with Richard Mayhew: Saturday, February 11, 12-2pm