Roberta Loach

 

Roberta Loach lives in Kensington, CA. She has had two children, a son, Robert who is deceased and a daughter, Judith who is Deputy Attorney General, Oakland, Ca. She has an M.A in painting from San Jose State University and two teaching credentials, one in art and one in history and political science. Roberta taught art history for many years at West Valley College in Saratoga and etching, drawing and design at DeAnza College in Cupertino. She edited and wrote for a visual arts journal from 1975 - 1980 using an interview format. From 1990 - 2002 she exhibited her work in the gallery of Michael Himowitz, a major art dealer and close friend. She was also in Smith Andersen Gallery in Palo Alto, the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara as part of their Bay Area Masters Series and her work is part of a number of private collections, most notably, Hunk and Moo Andersen of Atherton. She has curated many shows herself and has also served numerous times as a juror. Her work is currently at the SFMOMA Artist's Gallery in San Francisco and at the Collectors Gallery in the Oakland Museum of Art. She is a member of the California Society of Printmakers and exhibits with them often. She had a solo show with Smith Andersen and with d.p. Fong in San Jose.

Roberta says "My major artistic influences are Francisco de Goya, Bosch, Dix, Kallowitz, Beckman, Daumier, Matisse, Picasso, Robert Colescott, Leon Golub, Ben Shahn, Paul Cadmus and others.”

Angel's Trumpet
2,900.00

By Roberta Loach

48 x 12”

Acrylic

Sunflowers Gone Wild
2,900.00

By Roberta Loach

48 x 12”

Acrylic

Sunflowers
2,900.00

By Roberta Loach

48 x 12”

Acrylic

Orange Pods
2,900.00

By Roberta Loach

48 x 12”

Acrylic

Sunflowers 2
2,900.00

By Roberta Loach

48 x 12”

Acrylic

Persimmons 2
1,900.00

By Roberta Loach

20 x 16”

Acrylic

 
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