Quarterly at Latham Square
Featuring the work of Byron Spicer
1611 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland
March 23 - June 21, 2011
Byron Spicer was born and raised in San Francisco during the 1960's and 70's. Growing up in the media age and in a city known for its diversity, his paintings celebrate a world of many voices and encourage active and imaginative interpretation.
Spicer's works are created using a distinctive technique involving the application of acrylic paint to small sections of acid free paper and wood panel, employing color and imperfect lines to create something immediate and essential. Despite themes and imagery that may initially appear childlike, Spicer's work invited viewers to take a deeper look at what joy means in their own lives.
The exhibition is on view weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm in the Latham Square lobby located at 1611 Telegraph Ave., Oakland. Admission is free.
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