A British expression that means “in a state of total confusion” is the inspiration for the title of our current exhibit at Gallery 625. At Sixes and Sevens showcases artwork created by seven artists who came together amid the disarray of the pandemic at virtual painting sessions with well-known northern California painter and Davis resident, Phil Gross.
- Lynn Christensen
- Jan Garrison
- Ruth Santer
- Mark Spencer
- Spring Warren
- Victoria Whitworth
- Steve Wilson
“While the world was hunkering down, these artists dived into painting, many for the first time, and created a fascinating body of new works in styles that span from quirky to sublime, each intriguingly different from the other,” said Gross, instructor, painter and guest curator.
The gallery is open Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. *Face coverings are required indoors at the gallery for all guests in accordance with the most recent recommendations from the Yolo County Health Officer.*
Artwork is also available for online viewing and purchase, at https://yoloarts.org/online-galleries/#current.
For more information contact YoloArts at email@example.com
At Sixes and Sevens runs through February 1, 2022 at Gallery 625, located at 625 Court Street in Woodland, in Yolo County’s Erwin Meier Administration building.
Cover Image: Mark Spencer,The World Turn’d Upside Down (detail), Oil on canvas
Gallery 625 hosts exhibitions and receptions every other month and is located at 625 Court Street in Woodland, in Yolo County’s Erwin Meier Administration building.
New exhibitions typically open on the first Fridays of February, April, June, August, October, and December. Regular open hours are Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information, contact YoloArts at 530-309-6464.