Robert Green Fine Arts Looks Back at the Decade
The Mill Valley gallery begins the new decade with a retrospective.
Mill Valley’s Robert Green Fine Arts has been a showcase for America’s so-called homegrown art form, abstract expressionism, since the gallery was founded in 1969. Owner Robert “Bob” Green, deciding these early days of the 2020s are a fitting time to pay homage to the artists he and his team have represented from the start, designed a show to reflect the painters’ impact on art history. Featuring art by Sam Francis, Ed Moses, Paul Jenkins, Willy Heeks, John Grillo, Jim Bird, Charlotte Bernström and Mark Erickson, the show includes works from post–World War II to the present.
Through March 1.
154 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley.
Christina Mueller is a long-time Bay Area food writer. She hails from the East Coast and has spent way too much time in South America and Europe. She discovered her talent as a wordsmith in college and her love of all things epicurean in grad school. She has written for Condé Nast Contract Publishing, Sunset, and the Marin Independent Journal, among others. She volunteers with California State Parks and at her child’s school, and supports the Marin Audubon Society, PEN America, and Planned Parenthood. When she is not drinking wine by a fire, she is known to spend time with her extended family.