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‘Faces and Figures of Davis': a collective art show opens

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"Faces and Figures of Davis," — running May 5 through June 1 —highlights work done by local artists during the Art-Is-Davis weekly figure sessions. This exhibit will feature various mediums completed by a total of 21 artists. Courtesy photo

Art-Is-Davis, an art gallery, shared studio, and art teaching space will have a new exhibition, “Faces and Figures of Davis,” starting Monday, May 5, and running through June 1. The gallery is at 222 D St. The show highlights work done by local artists during the Art-Is-Davis weekly figure sessions. This exhibit will feature various mediums completed by a total of 21 artists. Artists included are: Deladier Almeida, Donna Billick, Marie Therese Brown, Sarah Brown, Seana Burke, Carrie Ceniseros, Suzie Chock Hunt, Tom Corbett, Magdalene Crivelli, Nicole Herbert, Karen Josephson, Joey Karwal, Marlene Lee, Ray Manzi, Mary Neri King, Ryan Nevins, Lucy Sargeant, Katie Silva, Mark Spencer, Beth Winfield and Natasha Witt. The opening reception will run from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 9, during the ArtAbout. Other viewing times include 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The reception will include music, refreshments, and figure drawing demonstrations. Musical performers in the courtyard will include Winters soprano Cheri Nevins, performing a variety of arias of opera and two high school young musicians and song writers, Emily Prokop and Anastasia Hartmann-Olden, who will be performing original songs in the courtyard behind the studios.

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