EXHIBITIONISM; A PEEK AT WHAT'S SHOWING AROUND TIME.
Kathleen McCloud: Garden Journal, 2009, oil on panel. The Ernesto Mayans Gallery presents a solo exhibit, In A Gadda Da Vida, featuring work by Kathleen McCloud. The artist incorporates a sculptural element into her new paintings and prints on view. A reception is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 15. The gallery is at 601 Canyon Road; call 983-8068.
Basil Ede: Gambel's Quail, 1988, watercolor. In scope and quality, the work of contemporary British artist Basil Ede has been likened to that of 19th-century artist John James
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Nicholas Bernard: Large Yellow Spiral, 2010, thrown earthenware with colored slips and oxides. Patina Gallery presents the elegant clay work of Arizona artist Nicholas Bernard. Colourforms opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Oct. 15. The gallery is at 131 W. Palace Ave.; call 986-3432.
Carolyn Lamuniere, Red Flower, 2010, oil on canvas. Carolyn Lamuniere's light- and color-filled interiors are on view at Convergence Gallery (219 W. San Francisco St., 986-1245). The exhibit of new paintings by the artist opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Oct. 15.
Paul Reed: #25C, 1964, acrylic on canvas. The group exhibit 1960s Revisited at David Richard Contemporary (130-D Lincoln Ave.) focuses on the work of American abstract artists during the '60s. It features pieces by more than 30 artists, showing the diversity of work produced during the decade and falling within the definition of abstract. The exhibit opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Oct. 15. A gallery talk with curator Gary Snyder takes place at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16. Call 983-9555.