My second career began in 1975 as an assistant at the Jack Glenn Gallery in Corona Del Mar, where I met and began to work with Lewis Baltz, John Divola, JoAnn Callis and Robert Cumming. When the gallery closed just six months later, Jack Glenn suggested that I open a gallery of my own. My husband thought it was a great idea and we started to develop a plan.
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