‘Scene in Davis’ artwork goes on exhibit

By From page A9 | May 29, 2014

“Scene in Davis; views of town and country,” will open Sunday at Art-is-Davis, an artist cooperative at 222 D St. in downtown Davis. The show, which remains up through June 30, will feature local artists Dave Webb, Pete Scully, Joe Finkleman and Ben Tuason joining Art-is-Davis members in displaying affordable, portable images of the city and nearby rural areas. Works are for sale and would make great graduation gifts.

Art-is-Davis also will offer a wide range of classes this summer for both beginning and advanced artists. A five-session class in drawing a clothed figure will be taught by Lucy Sargeant for a fee of $125. Classes will meet from 4 to 7 p.m. every Sunday in June. Enrollment is limited to 10 participants; only a few spots remain.

To enroll, contact Seana Burke at [email protected]

Watercolor classes, with Joanne Andresen, continue on Thursdays throughout the summer and “Painting for Relaxation” takes place every Friday at 6 p.m. Check out the Art-is-Davis website at art-is-davis.com for more summer workshops.

Enterprise staff

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