July 20 – August 31

Circadian Buzz
Summer Group Show

Davis Gallery is pleased to announce Circadian Buzz; an extensive group exhibit focused on repetition and daily practice. Every active artist has a deep familiarity with their own daily practices, and each artist has their own sense of respect for repetition, a fundamental principal of any work of art. Each of the participating artists have created a new work, or carefully chosen work from the past, which uniquely recognizes these concepts.

opening reception: saturday, july 20th | 7-9 pm

 

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September 3–7

Tales From the Green Room
Pop-Up Show: Ysabel LeMay

In partnership with the Zilker Botanical Garden’s Conservancy, Davis Gallery is pleased to present Tales From the Green Room, a special pop-up event featuring Ysabel LeMay’s breathtaking digital compositions of natural richness. LeMay’s luminous hyper-collage fluctuates seamlessly between amplified imagery of thriving botanicals and wild animals from around the world and organic atmospheres half-dipped in a dreamscape. This special presentation will be on view for only four days.

Ten percent of the proceeds raised will be donated to the Zilker Botanical Garden Conservancy to help continue its work to restore and beautify the gardens, improve facilities, and enhance educational programming for people of all ages.

opening reception: thursday, september 5th | 6:30–8:30 pm

 


 

September 14 – October 12

Big Pink Blanket of Love
Work by Jan Heaton & Friends

In partnership with the Peabody Fund and Dell Children’s Medical Center, Davis Gallery is honored to announce a unique group show in support of Davis’ own Jan Heaton, one of Austin’s premier watercolorists. In February of 2019 Jan’s daughter, Kristin Peabody, was taken by an aggressive cancer she had battled for ten years. In place of the solo exhibition that was scheduled for Jan, Davis Gallery and Austin’s artistic community are banding together in solidarity to fight cancer and find strength. Over sixty artists have contributed 4x4 inch squares of their own original artwork in an overall pink palette that will be hand-stitched together to create a pink quilt, symbolizing the community’s compassion, strength, and friendship.  The idea for the pink quilt is derived directly from Kristin's feeling that the love she had been shown over the course of her treatments felt like a "big, warm, pink blanket of love". In addition to this collaborative quilt, an extended group show focused on love, gratitude, and family will feature original artwork by Jan Heaton and over twenty other artists.

Ten percent of the proceeds raised during this four weeklong exhibit will be donated to the Peabody Fund, a project set up in direct response to Kristin Peabody’s ambition to help develop innovative work in cancer research through the San Diego Center for Personalized Immunotherapy. The “big pink blanket of love” collaborative quilt will be donated to the Dell Children’s Medical Center’s fundraiser, “The Art of Giving”, an annual fundraiser dedicated to providing art and music therapy for thousands of young cancer patients.

opening reception: saturday, september 14th | 7-9 pm

 

 
   
 

Recent Past Exhibitions

 

METROmorphosis

Annie Darling and David Elliott

June 1 – July 13

Noisy Lullaby

New Work by Philip Durst

April 20 – may 25

A Shared Vision

Denise M. Fulton and Sam Yeates

March 2 – April 13

 

 

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