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March 29, 1985 | WILLIAM WILSON
Long-time local Lee Musgrave presents a dozen of those landscape-cum-abstractions rendered in big pastel washes. In one aspect they are like the fluxing, self-admiring abstractions of Paul Jenkins; in another they are distant admirers of Oriental ink painting. They are not badly conceived and read OK from a distance (the further the better.) But in the end, they lack either the authority of Oriental strokes or the structure of Occidental painterliness.
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February 18, 1993 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, TIMES STAFF WRITER
County officials said Wednesday that low-lying streets near La Cienega Boulevard--whose name means the swamp in Spanish--may face more flooding if there is a repeat of the deluge of two weeks ago. "What happened a few weeks ago was an overwhelming storm that took everyone by surprise," said Donna Guyovich, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
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February 23, 1990 | SUVAN GEER
Much in Little: Mel Kendrick's small sculptures are endearing formalist jumbles of interlocking form. Made from all colors of exotic wood and a yellowish bronze that mimics wood they make tidy little sculptural comments about form in space, structural support and the evolution of form. But as involved as they obviously are with all the self-referential musings of sculpture they are surprisingly buoyant. Fluttering and cutting wheelies through space they are anything but intellectually hamstrung.
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