Thursday, October 23, 2014

Paul Milosevich: ROOTS (Colorado/Croatia)

November 2014

Right Window is proud to present the paintings and drawings of Paul Milosevich. We will exhibit early and recent work inspired by growing up in Trinidad, Colorado, with a Croatian family from Ledenice.

We hope you can join us for a reception on Sunday, November 9th, 5-7:30.
Paul is scent-sensitive, so please refrain from wearing fragrances or scents to the opening.
992 Valencia at 21st, San Francisco, California

ROOTS will be on view 24 hours a day from the sidewalk, or by appointment.

Dad and brothers Milo, circa 1943       Watercolor 2010

Paul Milosevich (1936 -- Trinidad, Colorado)
Cal State, Long Beach, 1965.  Taught at Odessa College and Texas Tech University.
Studied with A.R. Mitchell, Ramon Froman, Bettina Steinke, Wayne Thiebaud and Charles Reid. Elected to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and the West Texas (Buddy Holly) Walk of Fame. Lives in Santa Fe, NM, with his wife, Patsie.

Selected public collections:
National Ranching Heritage Museum, Museum of the Southwest, Disney Corporation, Buick Museum, PGA of America, US Golf Association, Museum of Texas Tech University, Royal & Ancient Museum (Scotland), National Golf Hall of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame

Artist's statement:
I've been doing portraits professionally since the 1960's and I usually take a portrait approach when painting objects and landscapes, as well. The generic doesn't interest me nearly as much as the unique and personal aspects of the subject. Also, the physical manipulation of the charcoal and paint is always fascinating.

Curated by Karla Milosevich
For more information:, 415-489-8467

Acrylic 2010