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November 1, 2007 | Lea Lion
The mandala-like works in "Stephen Mueller: New Paintings" may not be a replacement for yoga class, but they do aim to instill some peace of mind. After a 15-year hiatus from the L.A. scene, the New York-based Mueller is returning with a series of images that riff on the Tibetan religious paintings called thangka. Although Mueller does not feature beatifically smiling Buddhas floating on lotus flowers, he does juxtapose crisply rendered abstract forms against soft-focus backgrounds.
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March 17, 1985 | JOSINE IANCO-STARRELS
A series of art events is planned in celebration of the formal dedication of Loyola Law School's new campus, designed by Frank O. Gehry & Associates. Gehry will deliver a slide lecture on his work at 8 p.m. Friday in Loyola's Merryfield Hall, 1441 W. Olympic Blvd. "The Spiritual Eye: Religious Imagery in Contemporary Los Angeles Art," an exhibition in the Law School Gallery, also opens Friday with a reception from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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November 30, 2007 | Christopher Knight, Times Staff Writer
When Jeffrey Vallance builds a container to house a relic, such as a lump of coral painted with the likeness of former television news anchor Connie Chung or rhinestone-studded brooches secured from Las Vegas souvenir shops, three things are certain: The shard has autobiographical meaning for the artist; the reliquary's formal style resonates with the relic; and the eccentric enterprise makes very strange yet perfect sense.
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September 14, 1997 | Christopher Knight, Christopher Knight is a Times art critic
The insistent telephone keeps on ringing. First it's an artist, an old friend in Texas just wanting to schmooze. Then another artist, calling from New York, hoping for feedback on a recent installation. Next, a curator in the Southwest inquiring about the E.T.A. of an essay for a museum catalog whose deadline looms. Then the artist about whom the catalog is being written, wanting to clarify a critical point. Then an editor in L.A., checking on another essay in progress.
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