Paul Reed: 101988 (Diptych), detail 1988, ink on paper
David Richard Gallery, 1570 Pacheco Street, Ste. A1, 505-983-9555 The rarely seen late career paintings of Tom Green (1942-2012) and Paul Reed (19192015), who were part of the Washington, D.C. art scene in the 1960s, are on exhibit in A Fresh Look. Reed, a founder of the Washington Color School, also taught at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. He explored painting on shaped canvases and made photo-based collages, and his compositions make use of complex color relationships. Green, an abstractionist who also taught at the Corcoran, was influenced by Reed and is known for his alphabet-like “glyph” paintings. A Fresh Look opens Friday, March 11, with a 5 p.m. reception.