An exhibition of artist Eric Cameron’s “thick paintings” opens. 

Cameron is a conceptual artist and an active proponent of what is called process painting. His “thick paintings” are, in fact, unremarkable but carefully selected three-dimensional objects—a pair of shoes, an alarm clock, a head of lettuce, a fish—over-painted countless times so that their original form is completely obliterated. Cameron worked on this “thick painting” series from the late 1970s to the early 1990s.