Laurie Pincus (1951 - )
Like most kids who grew up in the 1950s and ’60s, artist Laurie Pincus spent much of her time camped out in front of the television set watching the adventures and misadventures of her favorite characters.
But with Pincus, that fantasy realm often transcended the small screen. Her father, Irving Pincus, produced one of the era’s most popular shows, “The Real McCoys,” and Laurie often found herself a happy bystander in the process of make-believe.
Pincus, who has exhibited in Japan, Chicago and San Francisco, as well as Los Angeles and Orange County , began her professional career with two-dimensional paintings but wasn’t satisfied. She moved to small three-dimensional wood cutouts arranged in scenes in boxes, and then to her larger tableaux.
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