Exhibit Dedicated to the Late Mark Travis
As art critic Michael Paglia wrote so eloquently here, artist Mark Travis lived hard, following an uncompromising set of ideals. When he died late last year, he was working on a show for Space Gallery, at 765 Santa Fe Drive, which was designed to coincide with the Democratic National Convention.
Now, on August 22, Space will open Mark Travis: Memorial Exhibit, featuring Travis's last works, which constitute a politically motivated collection. Members of the art community are encouraged to participate and pay tribute to Travis, whose "Patchwork" is shown at right. For information, go to www.spacegallery.org. -- Patricia Calhoun
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