Irving Guyer would have celebrated 101 today

KunstWorks is pleased to have facilitated the exhibition of late paintings by Irving Guyer (1916-2012) in honor of his 101st birthday. In the last decade of his life, while living in the Sierra Foothills, Guyer created a series of paintings of trees that explore the border between nature and abstraction.  For the first time, a group of these is shown in the Bay Area, thanks to the efforts of Guyer's family and North Berkeley Investment Partners. At the reception on May 4, Leonie Guyer, the artist's daughter and an accomplished painter, will be in conversation with NBIP's Kate Campbell, who has been spearheading an ambitious art program at the firm's offices..