Opening July 25 through Sept. 20, 2009
Frank Rowe 1921-1985
Collection of the Rowe Family Estate
The story of the development of the relief print in California carries with it the story of California. The technique formed the
basis of several distinctive art movements. And the technique was associated with several cultural movements as well.
Women gained a powerful and early voice in this media, as did the Labor movement and Latino artists. Several of the works on view are from the Saint Mary's College Collection.
Among the artists represented are Robert Arneson, Richard Correll, Antonio Fransconi, Juan Fuentes, Ricardo Garcia, Louise Gilbert, Helen Hyde, Pedro de Lemos, Bertha Lum, Chiura Obata, Elizabeth Norton, San Quentin Artists in Corrections, Charles Surrendorf, Wayne Thiebaud, and William Wolff.
Mildred Rackley 1906 - 1992
Submarine Tenders early 1940s
courtesy of M. Stone Fine Arts
(Mildred was a Rosie the Riveter in WWII & in Spain with the Lincoln Brigade)
Where Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College of California, 1928 St. Mary's Rd., Moraga
When Gallery is open Wednesday - Sunday, 11 am to 4:30 pm
Admission is $3 adults; youth 12 and under free; members free; Hearst Art Gallery members (Friends of the Hearst Art Gallery); SMC community free.
The exhibition space is ADA accessible.
Free parking is available adjacent to and across the road from the building.
Contact: Main Gallery (925) 631-4379
On the web: Hearst Art Gallery
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