Gold Line Bridge artist exhibition highlighted in KCET’s Artbound

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

Williamson Gallery
1700 Lida Street (Hillside Campus)
Pasadena, CA 91103
HOURS: Tues thru Sun, 12noon to 5pm (Fridays, noon to 9pm); closed Mondays.
Admission FREE.

Letters on the Pages, Writing on the Wall

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.

‘Gateway to the San Gabriel Valley’ by Andrew Leicester. On display at ‘PAGES’.

Gold Line Bridge based on the design of Andrew Leicester pictured in ‘PAGES.’

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