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2nd Friday ArtAbout!
November 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Join us at the Pence Gallery for our 2nd Friday ArtAbout reception on November 11, 6-9 PM (free admission). This is the opening reception for Jan Walker’s exhibit and our annual Holiday Market.
Don’t Fence Me In: Paintings by Jan Walker
Nov. 4 – 27, 2022
Don’t Fence Me In celebrates the beauty and freedom of the wild horses who roam the Western states. As an artist, Jan Walker is deeply inspired by their strength, and the bonds that they form with different generations of their herd. The current plight of wild horses is tied to ongoing threats from the cattle industry, who lobby efforts by the federal government to cull and confine the herds. A portion of the sales from her paintings will be donated to organizations that promote the humane treatment of wild horses.
Oct. 11 – Nov. 27, 2022
Interwoven is an exhibit by a group of artists who have been meeting for several years to pursue shared questions of making art in our time. The exhibit includes a variety of media, including painting, collage, photography, and sculpture, and approaches to artistic expression. Participating artists include Lynn Beldner, Joan Jarvis, Hannah Klaus Hunter, Rachel Kline, Jamie Madison, Edith Sauer Polonik, Sara Post, and Binuta Sudhakaran.
Nov. 11 – Dec. 24, 2022
The Pence’s annual Holiday Market is the perfect place to shop for one-of-a-kind gifts! We will have fun soaps and lotions, candles, scarves, hats, and original works of art. Enjoy a cache of rare vintage jewelry as well! Complete your holiday shopping while also supporting local artists with your purchase. Pence Members always receive 10% off purchases in Holiday Market.
Browse our exhibits and gift shop, and explore other art venues in Downtown Davis. We will have printed ArtAbout maps available that night for your self-guided artwalk. Follow the 2nd Friday ArtAbout Facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/davisartabout.
Images: Jan Walker, “First Light”; Holiday Market 2021; Hannah Hunter, “Navigation 9”