Los Osos painter David Kreitzer says age is an advantage in the art world

My favorite concerts include the performer talking a bit about the songs. I like finding an author QA at the end of a book. And I try to take advantage of the opportunity when visual artists talk about their work.

I was not ashamed to acknowledge that I needed Diana Puntar to explain her orgone accumulator sculpture last month at the Cuesta College Art Gallery. You can walk into some exhibits and “get it” with no problem. Some you can’t.

David Kreitzer’s oils and watercolors are straightforward, but I still enjoyed hearing his take on his work at a recent art talk at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art where an exhibit of his work, “The Painted Memory,” runs through April 27.

When talking about “all the isms,” he said, his work is realism.

However, his paintings are not

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