The Greenfield Sacks Gallery in Santa Monica is presenting large-scale paintings of 84-year-old Los Angeles artist Ed Moses in simultaneous exhibits at the Frank Lloyd and Greenfield Sacks galleries in Santa Monica through June 5th.

The two galleries, open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, are collaborating to present the works of the veteran painter. The Frank Lloyd Gallery is at Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., B5B, while the Greenfield Sacks Gallery is at 2525 Michigan Ave., B6 in Santa Monica.

The event showcases Moses’ innovative works that layer and juxtapose multiple patterns with bold color, a gallery spokesperson says.

Moses’ work displays decades of experience with painting and his new paintings combine talking heads with floral patterns, placing figure and flower side-by-side, the spokesperson explains.

The artist has transformed flat patterns into abstraction, leaving the viewer with a “vibrating, pulsating interaction of color and vitality,” the spokesperson continues.

Moses has been exhibiting since 1949 and was part of the original group of artists from Los Angeles’ Ferus Gallery.

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