Announcing a new fall showing of vintage modern art and design brought to you by Objects USA
Objects USA, an online gallery and resource for midcentury art and design, presents their annual weekend-long sales exhibition. The event opens with a reception on Friday, Nov. 21st at 7 pm, and continues Saturday, Nov. 22nd and Sunday, Nov. 23rd.
Items for sale are all vintage, from the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s, and include paintings, sculpture, pottery, furniture and functional objects for indoor and outdoor use. Hard to find examples of California Design will be featured as well as artwork by regional midcentury artists and members of the Allied Craftsmen of San Diego.
A few of the object makers featured in this year’s show include: Ethel Greene, Paolo Soleri, Bob Stocksdale…
Opening Reception: Friday, Nov. 21st, 7 pm
Saturday, Nov. 22nd 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday, Nov. 23rd 10 am – 4 pm
Ronis Fine Art – 1946 Broadway, San Diego, CA. (Golden Hill-Next to Influx)
Dave Hampton and the family of Malcolm McClain present: MALCOLM MCCLAIN: VISUAL, TEXTUAL A weekend exhibition of works & words on paper from the notebooks of Malcolm McClain at Ronis Fine Art in Golden Hill. Malcolm McClain (1923-2012), native son of Los Angeles, was an unpretentious intellectual who fought in the Battle of the […]
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