LUCID ART IS THE CONVERGENCE OF THE UNIVERSAL CREATIVE FORCE EXPRESSED IN A SPONTANEOUS WORK OF ART THAT ELICITS IN THE VIEWER A SUDDEN AWAKENING OF AN ASPECT OF THE INNER - WORLDS

- Fariba Bogzaran and Gordon Onslow Ford

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gordon Onslow Ford, Centennial Celebration, at Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco was selected for Squarecylinder's Best of 2013 list

 

Dates for Spring 2014 Artist's Seminar Series with Jeremy Morgan are here. On the Event page please select Artist's Seminars. 


Lucid Art Foundation celebrates the work of painter Jack Wright (1919-2003). Publication is available by request quest@lucidart.org

 

On the Occasion of Gordon Onslow Ford Centennial Year:

* A Retrospective lecture by Fariba Bogzaran:

Influences of Eastern Philosophy on the life and work of Gordon Onslow Ford: On the occasion of his Centennial Year.

Sunday, October 27th, 11:00 - 12:00

Cultural Integration Fellowship, San Francisco, CA

* Current publication in Dada/Surrealim:

From Landscape to Inscape - Egypt and Gordon Onslow Ford

Upcoming book on the Life and Work of Gordon Onslow Ford, Fall 2014

 

Recent Foundation's Collection Artwork on Loan

Image to Gesture. California Postwar Abstraction, 1945 - 1969

David Findlay Jr. Gallery, New York, NY      

December 3, 2013 - December 28, 2013

La Danza de los Espectros (The Dance of the Specters)

Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico    

November 8, 2013 - March 23, 2014

Action and Chance. A New Look at Drip

Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA     

August 24, 2013 - September 21, 2013

 

 


We have launched a Facebook page where current activities of the Foundation are posted. We invite you to "like" this page if you want to stay informed on the activities of the Foundation.

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To purchase books and catalogs published by the Lucid Art Foundation and Gordon Onslow Ford visit our online Publications

Image: Roberto Matta, Homage to Gordon, Oil on canvas, 80 1/8" x 60 1/4", 1956