Photographer (remember “Tango Desnudo”?) Gayle Goodrich and impressionist painter Eva Matysek Mazur – with Eva’s work – last Saturday at Zask Gallery in Rolling Hills Estates.
Bronwyn Towle, center, with one of her many works on view in “The Figure,” through Feb. 23 at Zask Gallery. With her, to the left, is Jody Wiggins and, to the right, Allyn Tritschler.
Deborah Weir is among the featured artists and the principal curator in “Fiber Forward: Contemporary Practices in Textile Art,” which we can enjoy through March 17 at the Palos Verdes Art Center in Rolling Hills Estates.
The El Segundo Museum of Art opened last Sunday, but on Friday evening the proprietors invited a few of their closest friends. Can you find Waldo? The inaugural exhibition, “Desire,” is up through the end of April.
“Making a Mark” features new work by Ron Libbrecht, along with the latest from Dina Djabieva and Dan Dickman, through Feb. 22 at the APC Fine Arts & Graphics Gallery, 1621 Cabrillo Ave., Torrance.
Karen Cope and some of her impressive sculptural relief portraits at the Torrance Art Museum. Her work, plus that of a bevy of contemporary painters, can be seen through March 9.
There’s a closing reception for Bob Van Breda and “Junk” on Saturday (Feb. 2) that starts with a continental breakfast at 10 and an artist’s talk at 10:30 a.m. in the Manhattan Beach Creative Arts Center. (310) 798-4904 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you visit The Loft Art Galleries (at Mesa and Fourth) during the upcoming First Thursday Art Walk in San Pedro, be sure to look out for Sandra Enteman Chu and her colorful work.
We’ve been standing on the rim and surveying some near-monumental art shows around the South Bay. All of the work is still on view, but hurry. Photos by Bondo Wyszpolski