04, 2011 DAVID EINSTEIN: Forty-Year Survey 1970-2010 | Paintings and Works on Paper | 03/04 - 04/02/11
(Palm Springs, CA)—February 16, 2011—The Michael Lord Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition “DAVID EINSTEIN: Forty-Year Survey - Paintings and Works on Paper.” The public is invited to attend an opening reception for the artist on Friday, March 4, from 6 to 8 pm. The exhibit continues through April 2, 2011.
A painter of landscapes, David Einstein prefers to work in an abstract vein that gives him the freedom to render nature subjectively. Along with his paintings, Einstein explores ink and brush mark making on handmade paper and ceramic surfaces. With an MFA from Detroit's Wayne University, Einstein's work is represented in the collections of the Archives of American Art in Washington, DC, and the Cranbook Museum of Art, along with many other corporate, private and public collections.
“We are excited to be presenting this survey show in the desert community that David has called home as both an artist and instructor for the last twenty years,” says Gallery Director Sam Heaton. “The gallery is concurrently publishing a landmark book illustrative of his outstanding career.”
MICHAEL H. LORD GALLERY features a wide range of contemporary art across all genres including painting, photography, video, installation, public and sculpture work. The gallery is located at 1090 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262. For more information, contact Sam Heaton at 760-699-8957 or visit online at www.michaelhlordgallery.com.