Richard Baker’s ‘Tonality’ at Skidmore Contemporary Art

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Although perhaps best known as a Hollywood producer/manager, Richard Baker has been able to pursue his lifelong passion for painting evident in his latest exhibit, “Tonality.” A nod to the focus on his main motifs of form and color, Baker’s recognizable and sophisticated representational style, often depicting California pastimes – is, in his own words, “art that needs no explanation.”

Opening reception Saturday, October 24th from 5 – 7pm, Skidmore Contemporary Art at Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Avenue, B-4, Santa Monica, California 90404). The exhibit runs through Saturday, November 21st. 

Donna Lethal

About Donna Lethal

Donna Lethal is the author of "Milk of Amnesia" and writes for her own blog (Lethal Dose), Hair Hall of Fame, Dowager Quarterly, Find A Death, & the Valhalla Cemetery chapter in "Weird Hollywood." A native of Lowell, Mass., she's lived in Boston, NY and London before settling here. When not writing, she's hiking, soaking in a Korean salt room or in the high desert with her pit bull.
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