Sacramento painter Laureen Landau died in 2009, but now, thanks to her friends and artistic peers, her legacy continues. D. Oldham Neath, owner of Archival Framing and inheritor of Landau’s home, found unfinished works in the late painter’s studio and paired up these pieces with (mostly) local artists for a posthumous collaboration.
One of the artists, Corey Okada, who met Landau in 1996, said, “Our artistic sensibilities and tastes were similar, which is so rare I can’t even begin to say how much I appreciated knowing her. … She is someone for whom I had, and continue to have, a great deal of respect.”
Looks like he’s not the only one: Some of the other collaborators include Robert Bowen, Gary Dinnen, Fred Gordon, Jack Ogden, D.L. Thomas, Ken Waterstreet and Maria Winkler.