Three Contemporary Masters

Thomas Garner – Cheryl Kline – Sharon Weaver


– June 5 – July 3, 2017 – 

Artist Reception – Sunday – June 25th at 2pm

Thomas Garner
These paintings are “drive-by” snapshot collages of LA, our “drive-in”, “drive-thru” car culture city. They are blurred with movement and time into recurrent memory. They celebrate the Classic American automobile, the abstract beauty of its forms, lines and shapes. Below oil on denim, 36″ x 36″.

Cheryl Kline
Influenced by Turner, and Hudson River School artists, Kline found her own way of describing what she calls “Operas in the sky.”
This new collection of paintings, “Clouds got in my way” offer a unique perspective of the artist’s celebration of the grand and awesome skies off the pacific coast and her travels to far away lands. “Painting allows me to breathe. With the creation of each new piece, another romance begins. I cannot look up into the sky without thinking about how I would paint it. My aesthetic and drive to create art is non-negotiable, I have no choice… as it rules my entire being.”



Cheryl003, 6/8/17, 11:51 AM, 8C, 7930x11821 (828+60), 150%, FourLightRepro, 1/15 s, R43.4, G35.1, B50.8

Sharon Weaver
To experience an emotion, trigger a memory, and communicate a mood through the use of color composition and light
“Divine Dissatisfaction” (Martha Graham) – a condition which “keeps us marching.” Being satisfied with my work is not possible.

SharonWeaver, Clouds Over the Hollywood Sign

June 25, 2017, 2 – 5 p.m. – Artists Reception

834 N. La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, Ca 90038
323 466 9999