Concurrent Exhibitions:
Guy Dill: Bronze Angels
Matt Phillips: Monotype/Collages

Dates: December 7, 2000– February 10, 2001
Gallery: Meyerovich Gallery 15th Anniversary Season
251 Post Street, Fourth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: 415.421.7171, Fax: 415.421.2775
Hours: Monday through Friday: 9:30 AM 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM 5:30 PM
After hours by appointment
Contacts: Alex Meyerovich, President
Kimberly Cassibry, Registrar

15th Anniversary Season Exhibitions

October 18, 2000 (SAN FRANCISCO, CA)—Meyerovich Gallery’s winter exhibitions will feature contemporary sculptor Guy Dill and Bay Area artist Matt Phillips. The shows will run concurrently from December 7, 2000 to February 10, 2001 and will be the premier exhibitions in both of the gallery’s newly remodeled spaces.

Guy Dill has entitled his most recent series of works the Bronze Angels. These abstract bronze sculptures range from large (6 x 2 feet) to small (2 feet x 6 inches) in scale. Both strongly vertical and softly curving, their resiliency reflects Dill’s interest in "visual harmonics." Henry T. Hopkins, former director of SFMOMA, has found in these works "an intuitive sense of spiritual and physical balance and order." Dill’s works are included in the following collections: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art and many others.

Matt Phillips is the Bay Area artist most strongly involved in the revival of the monotype (unique painted print) tradition founded by 19th century artists Degas, Gauguin and Prendergast. His work often combines monotype and collage techniques and focuses on the strong contours of the female figure and the vibrant colors of landscape. Recent trips to India and China have added new shapes and colors to his palette. In addition to an upcoming retrospective at Stanford University’s Cantor Center, Phillips’s work is included in the following collections: The Art Institute of Chicago; the Metropolitan Museum, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; the Anderson Collection, Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, San Francisco and many others.

Both exhibitions will be shown on the gallery’s website For visuals or more information, please contact Alex Meyerovich or Kimberly Cassibry at 415.421.7171 or