Michael Killen is producing this reception to honor the artist who helps him make paintings that include ‘Gone with the Wind Is the Electric Grid’ 15 x 6 ft.), and to share his genius with the people of Silicon Valley. Harry and I hope to meet new and old friends.
Reception and Art Exhibition for Harry Cohen
You are Invited
Join the party and meet Harry Cohen, master artist from Marin County. Enjoy his collection of paintings never shown in Silicon Valley before, and meet his local collectors and friends. Harry’s work has been shown locally at NASA Ames and Stanford University VIP events.
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016
Time: 6:00 – 8:00PM
Place: Café Borrone (Menlo Park’s Hot Spot)
Smooth like STARlite (4 x 5’ acrylic on canvas) by Harry Cohen
Paula Kirkeby, owner of Smith Andersen Gallery, in Palo Alto says, “I was in my teens when I first encountered Harry Cohen’s paintings. They had the feeling of De Kooning. The work has evolved into a spirited and emotional life of its own. A Cohen hangs in my private office.”
Patricia Watts, Author of Harry Cohen: Painting from the Outside In, independent curator, consulting curator for the Marin Community Foundation and former chief curator at the Sonoma, says, “Harry Cohen is a gifted painter who is a master at constructing and organizing space using color; an important artist of the North Bay postwar artistic community.”
Odis Schmidt, artist and co-producer of the annual ART MIX in Mendocino, CA says, “Collectors come from afar to our event and take home a Cohen. I own few Cohens”
Michael Killen, who has discussed art and artists on TV with Nathan Oliveira, Francis Mill, Hacket Mill Gallery; Elliot Eisner, professor of Art and Education at the Stanford Graduate School; Ruth Water, Founder and Director, and Burlingame Museum of Art, and other leaders, says, “I own over 10 Cohen paintings that bring great joy to my life.”
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