The gallery is the fortunate recipient of two new architectural drawings on wooden panels by Hugo Crosthwaite, the amazing artist from Mexico whose 8-by-36-foot drawing was featured here in his premiere major U.S. exhibition last year. The 2-by-4-foot drawings–one horizontal, the other vertical–feature typical buildings from the typical neighborhoods of Tijuana, the artist’s home town. Like all of Crosthwaite’s work, these are executed in pencil and charcoal, which captures the neighborhood’s gritty ambiance perfectly. Drawing is a slow process, and many of Crosthwaite’s work are earmarked for museum collections. Available works of this size have been rare.
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