World-renowned Artist worked with Brockman Gallery
John Outterbridge is an extraordinary artist that gained prominence in the 1960's and was a key player and exhibitor at the Brockman Gallery. Several of his works hang in museums and galleries and he is regularly working on commissions and installations for prominent museums around the world. He became director at the Watts Towers Art Center in 1975 and remained there until 1992 - he had been teaching at the Center since the mid-1960s. He still has a studio/live/work space, which he owns, just down the street from Leimert Park.