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Vonn Sumner

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Seeing Double  
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Gregory Adamson, A.S. Ashley, Angela Beloian, Katy Betz, Matt Blansett, Amy Caterina, Dee Marcellus Cole, Judy Davies, Wanda Ewing, Joe Forte, Tammy Greenwood, Athena Hahn, Daphne Hill, Kevin Hill, Amy Maloof, Cynde Miller, Father Bill Moore, Thomas Pathe, Leia Steingart, Vonn Sumner, Erns Valdez, Kristina Marroquin Warren at Pomona Frame House & Main St. Gallery June 8th, 2013 - July 27th, 2013
Posted 6/17/13
By Jamie Solis Vintage films are known to have an intrinsic cult following. Maybe it’s because they remind us of the matte simplicity that’s fading in our digital society, or it could be the growing appreciation for classic features—when storylines were still unique and theatrics took fearless risks. Either way, we find ourselves attracted to old school cinema and the bold propaganda-esque designs that adorn their artwork. Regardless the reason for our fantastic obsession, posters from motion fi... [more]
Haiku Reviews, Huffington Post, Peter Frank  
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John Scane, Vonn Sumner at Brett Rubbico Gallery October 13th, 2012 - January 1st, 2013
Posted 2/14/13
Link to Review http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/02/haiku-reviews-_n_2397584.html#slide=1939438 [more]
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Eclectic Offerings   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, Joan Brown, Fred Dalkey, Eileen David, Richard Diebenkorn, Arshile Gorky, Edward Hopper, Jean-Auguste-Dominique, Henri Matisse, Giorgio Morandi, Ed Musante, Manuel Neri, Henri Rousseau, Vonn Sumner, Wayne Thiebaud, Suong Yangchareon at Paul Thiebaud Gallery (SF) September 9th, 2008 - November 8th, 2008
Posted 9/28/08
Showing at the Paul Thiebaud Gallery in North Beach, September 9th through November 8, is the thirteenth installment of Twenty-Five Treasures. The collection is a hodge-podge of exceptional objects and paintings of different styles from different continents. From Matisse, Rousseau, Morandi and Gorky to Ed Musante, Eileen David, and various other contemporary artists, the collection is eclectic to say the least.   Although it tickles the funny bone to see works by historical figures such as Ro... [more]