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.

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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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