GALLERY NEWS
GALLERY ARTISTS AT TUCSON AIRPORT
At Tucson International Airport, you can find an 8 ft x 12 ft abstract painting by Andy Polk across from an equally impressive sky painting by James Cook, in the upper level of Center Point, above baggage. And in The Link, in a glass display case that runs parallel to the moving walkway to the car rental agencies, is a landscape by James Cook and a clay sculpture by Joy Fox. Go to www.tucsonairport.org. All airport artworks are available for purchase.

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF ABSTRACT ART: 1910-2010
“I can’t believe its been 100 years!” you say? Well, it does seem like yesterday that the art world was shaken to its core by the biggest revolution in painting in several thousand years. Imagine the stir in polite circles when the first non-representational painting was revealed by Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944) while a member of the radical artists league, Der Blaue Reiter. This season we’ve featured abstract works by Josh Goldberg and David Pennington, Amy Metier (our newest painter), Joanne Kerrihard, Barbara Jo (sculpture), and in the fall of 2010 we are hosting a group abstract show featuring more of our gallery artists (see Exhibit Schedule for October 27, 2010).
Thank you, Mr. Kandinsky!

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARTS HONORS ANDY POLK
This just in: The James Anthony Award for Sustained Excellence in Teaching has been given to our own Andy Polk. This same award had been given to the late Bruce McGrew (1937-1999) when he was on the faculty. Congratulations, Andy.

Celebrating our 37th season of contemporary fine art, DAVIS DOMINGUEZ GALLERY is home to Tucson’s largest exhibits of modern paintings and major sculpture. Featuring works by leading regional artists including JAMES P.COOK, SUSAN CONAWAY, JOSH GOLDBERG, BRUCE McGREW (1937-1999), BEN GOO, LUIS JIMÉNEZ (1941-2006), JOANNE KERRIHARD, ALFRED QUIROZ, ANDY POLK, TIM MURPHY, JAN OLSSON, JOHN DAVIS, JOY FOX, MARK ROSSI and many others.

We are strategically located between the Tucson Museum of Art and the University of Arizona Museum of Art. The 5,400 square foot historic warehouse space is host to new exhibits every 6 weeks during the season, including the recent installment of New Artist Series, introducing AMY METIER, our newest (abstract) painter, from October 28 to December 5, 2009 and our popular summer exhibit, Small Things Considered – 18th Small Works Invitational featuring small paintings and sculpture by over 80 artists, from April 28 to June 26, 2010.

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