June Wayne
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Pacific Standard Time artists: From The Times’ archives

Artist June C. Wayne. (Bill Murphy/Los Angeles Times)
Sculptor Peter Voulkos stands beside his 1961 ceramic sculpture “Gallas Rock” in a 1965 photo. (Harry Chase/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Noah Purifoy is pictured in 1966 at a Watts art show with an assemblage he created from a broken car window and other items. (John Malmin/Los Angeles Times)
Ceramicist Beatrice Wood is pictured in her studio in March 1971. (Kathleen Ballard/Los Angeles Times)
Robert Graham in his Venice studio in 1976. (Marianna Diamos/Los Angeles Times)
Ed Moses is shown at an exhibition of his paintings at the L.A. County Museum of Art in 1976. (Gerald Sundstrom/Los Angeles Times)
Richard Diebenkorn stands in front of his monotype in 1976.  (Larry Sharkey/Los Angeles Times)
British artists Howard Hodgkin, David Hockney and Peter Blake with Hodgkin’s “Monsoon Over Bombay” and Hockney’s “Divine” in a Venice gallery. (Hodgkin’s and Blake’s works are not currently featured in Pacific Standard Time.)  (Martha Hartnett/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Judy Chicago works on her “Dinner Party” project in 1978.  (George Rose/Los Angeles Times)
Trees fashioned of steel rope by artist Maren Hassinger adorn a freeway as part of a CalTrans Highway Art program in 1979. (Ken Lubas/Los Angeles Times)
John Outterbridge, director of the Watts Towers Art Center, is pictured in 1980. (Larry Davis/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Ed Ruscha in 1980. (Gary Friedman/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Laddie John Dill with an installation at the art gallery at Cal State Dominguez Hills in 1980. (Mary Frampton/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Billy Al Bengston in 1981. (George Rose/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Betye Saar is shown in 1981 with one of her collages at Baum/ Silverman Gallery. (Ken Hively/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Bruce Nauman in 1982 with his sculpture at the Wells Fargo building in downtown Los Angeles. (Gary Friedman/Los Angeles Times)
Larry Bell is pictured with his artwork in 1982. (Kari Rene Hall/Los Angeles Times)
Chris Burden is photographed in his “participation piece” artwork “Flying Kayak” in 1982. (Mary Frampton/Los Angeles Times)
Artist Helen Lundeberg in her studio in1983. (Marsha Traeger/Los Angeles Times)
James Turrell lies near the center of his “Roden Crater” in 1984. (Con Keyes/Los Angeles Times)