Group exhibition showcases local artists
The John Natsoulas Gallery will open a new exhibition showcasing the artistic visions of Northern Californian women artists. Curated by Sarah Posner, “Women of Northern California: Making Meaning for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” celebrates the influential women artists who have led the way in establishing and developing artistic movements and media in our region.
Among the featured artists are several with UC Davis connections: former professors Squeak Carnwath, Lucy Puls and Lynn Hershman Leeson, and students Julia Couzens (M.F.A., ‘90), Maija Peeples-Bright (M.F.A., ‘65), Lisa Reinertson (M.F.A, ‘84) and Seongmin Yoo (M.F.A., ‘23). Additional artists include Salma Arastu, Ruth Asawa, Joan Brown, Jay DeFeo, Allison Fall, Viola Frey, Kim Frohsin, Franceska Gamez, Michelle Gregor, Laura Hohlwein, Mildred Howard, Margaret Keelan, Sahar Khoury, Marilyn Levine, Hung Liu, Pat Mahony, Kara Maria, Klea McKenna, Jenna Meacham, Michelle Murillo, Deborah Oropallo, Emmy Lou Packard, Rachelle Reichert and M. Louise Stanley.
“Women of Northern California: Making Meaning for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” will be on view from March 1-April 1. An opening reception will be held on Sat., March 4, from 7-9 p.m.