Davis Arts Center is honored to present Woodcut Prints of the High Sierra, a solo exhibition of work by Tom Killion. Strongly influenced by the traditional Japanese ukiyo-ë style Edo Period masters Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshigue, the exhibit will feature landscape prints including tree-scapes, coastal, and mountain views.
Tom Killion’s lifelong interest in print making was inspired by the natural beauty which surrounded him while growing up on the slopes of Mt. Tamapais, in Marin County. In addition to printing, Tom studied History at UC Santa Cruz and holds a PhD in African history from Stanford University.
Note: Killion will be unable to attend the reception. Woodcut Prints of the High Sierra will close in conjunction with Naming Mt. Thoreau.
Naming Mt. Thoreau $10
Phone: (530) 756-4100
Email: [email protected]
2017/02/01 - 2017/02/11
Additional time info:
2nd Fri ArtAbout Reception (2/10) 6pm-8pm
Naming Mt. Thoreau Sat (2/11) 7pm