Sunday, September 12, 2010

William Kenah's Impressive Show in Long Beach

Joe and I stopped by the opening last night of William Kenah's exhibition at the Unitarian Church in Long Beach. The show included a large group of exceptional prints including lino cuts, wood cuts, intaglio works and monoprints as well as amazing masks made from palm fronds. William, teaching by day in LBCC's English department, attends the Intaglio class at night as a personal interest. He has been doing this for years with wonderful results. I'll include some pictures from the opening, but please beware that picture quality does not equal subject quality, due to glare on glass, lighting and focus issues.

William Kenah in front of his work.

A woodcut over monoprint

A linoleum cut print

A mixed media print

A mixed media mask including palm frond

William's show is on display through October 4th at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 5450 East Atherton Street in Long Beach. Call for viewing hours. It is worth a visit if you are in the area. 

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