Orien Lowell Greenough
1921 Born in Los Angeles, CA (February 15)
2008 Died in North Hollywood, CA (April 21)
1945-46 Pasadena School of Art, Pasadena, CA
1946-47 Bisttram School of Fine Art, Taos, NM
1951-52 School of Arts and Letters of The University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico
1965-66 Member, Artists’ Protest Committee
1949 City of Los Angeles Art Exhibition, Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA
1951 School of Arts and Letters of The University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico
1951 The Pasadena Art Institute, Pasadena, CA
1953 San Gabriel Valley Artists Exhibit, The Pasadena Art Institute, Pasadena, CA
1954 California State Exposition and Fair Art Show, Sacramento, CA
1955 The Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA
1958 10th San Gabriel Valley Artists Exhibition, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA
1959 Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA
1961 Lowell Greenough, Galerie de Ville, Los Angeles, CA
1962 Lowell Greenough, Galerie de Ville, Los Angeles, CA
1962 Ankrum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1963 First Annual Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA
1966 The Artists’ Tower of Protest (a project by Mark di Suvero and Irving Petlin), West Hollywood, CA
1977 The Sun and Moon, Jack Carr Gallery, Pasadena, CA
1991 Surrealism 6, Goldfarb Vein Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
1992 They Came from L.A. II, Five artists from LAART in Los Angeles: Chip Ivester, Forrest Meader, Lowell Greenough, Natalie Kahn, Eric Zammitt, Galerie Atelier, Philadelphia, PA
1992 Color in a Dark World, LA Art Installations Gallery, Encino, CA
1992 Holocausts, LA Art Installations Gallery, Encino, CA
1993 Metamorphosis, LA Art Installations Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1993 Geometric Inclinations, LA Art Installations Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1993 Censored, LA Art Installations Gallery, Encino, CA
2014 The Peace Warrior – Reflections of War, Louis Lazarra Gallery, North Hollywood, CA
2015 Orien Lowell Greenough: Lives Matter, 2A Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
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