YNEZ JOHNSTON: AN INTIMATE VIEW

YNEZ JOHNSTON: AN INTIMATE VIEW view The Virtual Tour   Ynez Johnston makes dramatic use of jewel-like colors and bold lines as she references romantic and mystic cultures. The viewer is guided through fantastic kingdoms, exotic structures and magical settings that suggest teeming cities, ambiguous landscapes, voluptuous royal trappings and improbable vehicles. We provide information […]

Ynez Johnson: An Intimate View

We have been entranced by YNEZ JOHNSTON’s personal narratives and idiosyncratic techniques. Her historical journey began in 1946, when she graduated from University of California, Berkeley with honors as a painter and printmaker. Her early work reflected the environment of San Francisco’s Chinatown as well as the hills and tempo of the city. While teaching at […]

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JUNE WAYNE 1918 – 2011 When June Wayne arrived in Los Angeles in the mid-1940s, she sought to refine her technique with Lynton Kistler at his established lithography workshop. She created multiple prints in the late 1940s, liked what she saw and continued making her lithographs there until 1957 when she and Kistler ‘agreed to […]

PACIFIC STANDARD TIME : LA/LA Copy

Jose Luis Cuevas Neo-Figuration (1934 – 2017) Jose Luis Cuevas was born in Mexico City. At the age of ten he enrolled in the Escuela Nacional de Pintura y Escultura – ‘La Esmeralda’ – in Mexico City. He began exhibiting in the early 1950s and is regarded as one of the foremost representatives of the […]

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JUNE WAYNE 1918 – 2011 JUNE WAYNE arrived in Los Angeles with prior experience as an artist, as a manager of the Federal Arts Project office in Chicago and with an interest in lithography. She sought out Lynton Kistler’s Lithography Workshop and began a mutual challenge to develop the medium. Click on the Images or […]

Architecture is a Path

The principles of Architecture are usually associated with the design and construction of a structure in/or encompassing space. However those architectural or ‘architectonic’ principles are often applied broadly to include art works any available surface – prints and drawings on paper, sculpture in wood, metal, concrete, paintings on canvas, on paper, on a wall…etc. The […]

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Saturday, December 5th, 2015 3 to 5 pm (but come at 2:30 for drinks and nibbles) What is a drypoint?..a linocut? What is the role of an art dealer? How do we protect the prints? What is YOUR question? Reservations by email, Please Reservations limited NICHOLAS P. BRIGANTE WERNER DREWES JEAN CHARLOT LEONARD EDMONDSON JULES […]

Virtual Gallery Tours

Virtual Gallery Tours  allow you to navigate through panoramas of the exhibition galleries. As you walk through the space, you can select specific art works in its spatial beauty, close-up details, and more information. Virtual Tours open in new window. Please only view our Virtual Tours on your Desktop or Laptop computer Ynez Johnston: An […]

Thirtieth Anniversary Catalogue

A history of the Tobey C. Moss Gallery as shown through exhibitions held in the gallery over the past thirty years. 112 pages, over 200 illustrations Essays by Michael Duncan, Clifford Ackley and Tobey Moss. $25 plus $5 shipping and sales tax (California only) To order, email us at tobeymoss@earthlink.net The Tobey C. Moss Gallery modestly began […]

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IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME

IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME Our thoughts go to Phil Dike’s Balboa Harbor, William Wolfson’s Benches along the lazy path in the park, Francis Berry’s Olympic I field sports, and Luis Arenal’s Marble Player.  But we can’t over look Corita’s ripe Tomato, or Clinton Adams’ Cabaret on Windward at Venice Beach and his Return […]

COLOR BETWEEN THE LINES CELEBRATING THE TECHNIQUES OF PRINTMAKING

January 15 to March 30, 2011 Opening Reception: Saturday, January 15th, 2010 2:00 to 6:00pm Printmaking is a risky business! The artist’s hand, concept and palette often result in startling surprises because of the physical efforts; the many types of available papers; the humidity of the moment affecting the viscosity of pigments; absorbency of the […]