Two Upcoming Exhibitions

  1. Paintings of Nicaragua and Mexico

Alley Cat Gallery, 3036 24th Street

April 2 - April 29,  Reception: April 6,  7 - 9 PM

The Festival of Diriamba, Nicaragua, 1984    Un Rincon de la Plaza Grande, Patzcuaro, Mexico

The Festival of Diriamba, Nicaragua, 1984    Un Rincon de la Plaza Grande, Patzcuaro, Mexico

Paintings created over many years based on travels in Nicaragua and Mexico. Some have never been exhibited before.

Special guests at the reception: Nina Serrano and Francisco Herrera. I will also be screening a short video at 8 PM entitled "Mexico en mi Corazon"       Join us:

2. San Francisco in Transition:

Anthony Holdsworth and Beryl Landau

Luna Rienne Gallery, 3318 22nd St

April 28 - May 28, Reception: April 28 7 - 9 PM

Paintings by Anthony Holdsworth

Paintings by Anthony Holdsworth

We have both been painting San Francisco for decades. This is only the second time that we have shown exclusively together. Join us:

Paintings by Beryl Landau

Paintings by Beryl Landau

Paintings of Oakland at the Berkeley Art Center, Aug 20

I am displaying two paintings of the Uptown district of Oakland in the juried exhibition 'California!' at the Berkeley Art Center. It opens Aug 20th with a reception that evening from 5 - 7 pm. Join me there. The paintings both  feature an old apartment building  from different points of view at the corner of 23rd and Telegraph that is currently occupied by Rock Paper Scissors one of the founding members of  the popular Oakland Art Murmur. Across the street are several galleries including Chandra Cerrito, The Johansson Projects and Hatch Gallery.


These works are some of my first painted on thin, hardwood ply. They represent a new chapter in my urban landscapes, as they were created using my new bike and trailer which I've outfitted to carry  painting gear and plywood panels up to 20" x 26".


They eliminate the four F's of setting up to paint on city streets: parking Fees & Fines and Fossil Fuels.

In the back of the trailer (Below Left) you can see my  easel and painting table on top of a narrow wooden box that carries the plywood canvases. Brushes and paints are stored below.


The easel itself (Above Right) has a wooden table that doubles as a protective carrier for a canvas and a paint filled palette when it is not attached to the easel. It was designed and built by myself and painter Marvin Dalander.