Monterey Museum of Art
Dick Crispo: From the Loop to the Lagoon
Dick Crispo, The Heart of Monterey Bay, 1996
Mr. Crispo, a Monterey County muralist and a design consultant and teacher with the Carmel Art Institute, brings his impressive credentials and engaging perspective to this distinctive exhibit. A forty-year resident of the Monterey area, Crispo has had sixty-nine one-man shows, and is in over three hundred private collections and thirty-four permanent public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City, the Oakland Museum of Art, and the Harrison Memorial Library in Carmel. Mr. Crispo currently serves as the American Cultural Specialist to Latin American for U.S.I.S. and is visiting lecturer at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
The display at the Monterey Museum of Art will feature Mr. Crispo's oils, watercolors and ink drawings of Monterey County. There will be an Open Reception for the artist on Friday, August 22, from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibit will continue from August 23 through October 26 in the McCone Gallery at La Mirada at 720 Via Mirada.
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