As a young artist in Paris, Lane met Alberto Giacometti, the renowned sculptor and painter. He studied briefly with mime Marcel Marceau. And he’s exhibited his work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, as well as museums in San Francisco, Paris and Japan.

But it’s the work he did at San Francisco’s juvenile hall that he says he’s particularly proud of. During a 22-year period he painted numerous murals on the walls and courtyards of the Youth Guidance Center and supervised art work of those detained at the facility.

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