There is a tactile feel to his artist’s hand, akin to the effect of Charles Burchfield’s work yet entirely his own. We sense his drawing acumen and relish his assertive and yet fanciful line quality. The works bridge painting and drawing and offer a rich example of a well-crafted window into a mysterious and magical world.

Brief Bio: Currently resides in Brittany, France. Represented by Craig Krull Gallery, Picot received his MFA from Cal Arts in 1973 and his BFA from UCLA in 1970. He has often shown with Tom Jancar’s Gallery as well. He has been an art professor at Art Center and USC. His work is held in significant collections here and in France.

Opening reception: Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 from 6 - 10 pm (Pasadena Art Night)

All events are free and open to the public. Visitor parking is available on campus for $2.

This exhibition is made possible by the support of the Pasadena Art Alliance, the PCC Foundation, the Office of the President of PCC and the Division of Visual Arts and Media Studies.

Special thanks to Craig Krull Gallery and the artist.