Lloyd Hamrol has lived and worked in Los Angeles since 1940 when he arrived via Model A Ford from San Francisco at age 2-1/2. A UCLA graduate, he taught at various universities in Southern California until 1979 when he turned his full attention to projects in public art. After decades of public commissions, he refocused his efforts on studio scaled work using industrial felt. The featured image is from “a sky in the palm of a hand,” Lloyd Hamrol and Joan Perlman at Pasadena Museum of California Art, and marks the resumption of the artist’s investigation into the dynamics and scale of landscape phenomena. The exhibition runs until February 19, 2017.