|820 Pole Line Rd.|
|in the office of the Davis Cemetery|
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|Second Sundays 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
Gallery 1855 is a highly respected gallery featuring a number of internationally recognized artists each year. The gallery is open weekdays between 9 AM and 3 PM, and the public is always warmly invited to meet the artists on the second Sunday afternoon of every month between 1 PM and 4 PM. Along with the art and the stimulating conversation, a number of tasty treats are offered, and one can always top off the day with a stroll through the sumptuous 27 acre grounds of the cemetery. Gallery 1855 is for display only; purchases of any art must be arranged directly with the artists. Features about each show can be found on the gallery website listed above, or on the cemetery website listed below.
Gallery 1855: Joseph Finkleman Solo Exhibition “Odd Specie”
Exhibition Dates: November 1-November 30th
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 13th 1-4:00pm
Gallery 1855 is pleased to announce the return of multi-talented artist Joseph Finkleman. His solo exhibition “Odd Specie” will be exhibited throughout the month of November. A special opening reception will be held on Sunday, November 13th 1-4:00pm.
Joseph Finkleman was born in Hollywood California.
He studied literature with a minor in Journalism at Sacramento State University. He changed both major and school in 1973. He received his BFA in art in 1974 and his MFA in 1976 at the San Francisco Art Institute. He received his public school credential in 1976 and taught in Sacramento .
For twenty plus years his career was as a commercial photographer. He worked for himself for thirteen of those years. He had an advertising business at the same time for five of those years. In the early 1990’s he worked for other people in marketing and advertising, business development, sales management, as a telemarketing manager, and finally as the
Community Outreach Director for the Davis Cemetery District.
In that capacity he designed and got certified the Davis Cemetery Arboretum, Yolo County’s newest arboretum. He also developed and opened Gallery 1855 and curated 60 exhibitions in the five years of his employ. He is now retired.
He has been a serious artist for sixty years. His first exhibition was forty eight years ago. He has exhibited in one hundred plus shows in that time. He is in private collections here in the United States and Europe.
Exhibition Dates: December 1-December 30, 2016
Artist Reception December 11, 2016 1-4:00pm
Gallery 1855 is happy to show the latest work by multi-media artist Simon Dvorak. Simon Dvorak has shown his work in multiple mediums throughout the United States. His latest work is an exploration of networks. Nodes, connected and disconnected, forming a greater whole, exist as independent and yet dependent objects. Connected and energy can be transfered. Disconnected and the node exists independently. Electrical circuits, computer networks, your ‘Related Items’ have all manifested as a result of this paradigm.
“Through the vibrant medium of oil paint I have tried to visualize these concepts in diverse formats and styles. In a time of social networks aided by technology, examining the power and beauty of networks becomes imperative so that we may better understand their nature and potential impact of their forms.”
This will be a must see exhibition.