Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, January 2018.
Challis Galleries (1950-1984) was an art gallery in Laguna Beach, California, that featured the work of local and regional artists.
Thomas Downing (1928-1985) was a painter based in Washington, D.C. and Provincetown, Massachusetts who was associated with the Washington Color School.
Doug Edge (1942- ) is a conceptual sculptor, painter, and photographer in Los Angeles, California. Edge was a member of the acrylic resin sculpture movement in the late 1960s.
The Jancar Gallery (2006-2016) was a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles, California owned and operated by Tom Jancar.
John Brantley Wilder (1909?-1990) was a painter, journalist, and civil rights activist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Worked for the Federal Art Project of the WPA.
Womanspace Gallery (established January 1973; closed June 1974) was a cooperative art gallery dedicated to showing and promoting work by female artists in Los Angeles, California.
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