KCET’s Artbound featured the Williamson Gallery’s “Pages” Exhibition in this recent post. This amazing artist showcase includes Gold Line Bridge Artist Andrew Leicester’s design sketchbook for the Gold Line Bridge. Read a blurb from the post below and see the exhibition live before it wraps up this Sunday, January 27, 2013.
The PAGES Exhibition at the Williamson Gallery
Dates extended — now through JANUARY 27
1700 Lida Street (Hillside Campus)
Pasadena, CA 91103
HOURS: Tues thru Sun, 12noon to 5pm (Fridays, noon to 9pm); closed Mondays.
Shana Nys Dambrot
At other times the informational function is aided and augmented by a casual manner of presentation, especially when it comes to studies and sketches, which add yet another layer of understanding, as with Mark Twain’s edited text for a later version of “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County,” or Andrew Leicester’s notebooks for the subsequently built Gold Line Bridge Extension, whose inclusion in proximity to a realized project offers a uniquely local and immediate chance to compare the expressive idea with the more pragmatic but still majestic outcome — proving by example the reason for this thread in the show overall. Read the entire post by clicking here.