Laura Hohlwein is now officially represented by John Natsoulas Gallery in Davis, CA.
About the Gallery
For the past two decades, John Natsoulas has pursued his vision of making fine art accessible in a friendly setting. Although this is a rarity in the gallery world, his dedication to art history, arts education, and the exhibition of regional talent and California artwork has fostered the renown of the John Natsoulas Gallery. The gallery maintains a strong relationship to the University of California, Davis’ Art Department. One of the major roles of the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts is to provide a place for cultural meetings, conferences, and public activities, which create a wonderful community dialogue through a variety of visual, literary and musical events.
John Natsoulas has mobilized considerable support from artists and the Sacramento Valley’s public for humanitarian and educational organizations, and he considers this to be one of the gallery’s greatest accomplishments.
“Visitors from out of state might never expect to find one of Northern California’s most ambitious galleries in the university town of Davis . . . But for some years art dealer John Natsoulas has been staging significant shows devoted to less-studied aspects of West Coast art and documenting them with well-made catalogues.” (ARTnews )
The Natsoulas Gallery offers annual events and creative programming in the downtown Davis Area. The California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art (CCACA) takes place the first weekend in May and annually brings the leading national ceramic artists to Davis for a weekend of demonstrations, lectures, panel discussions and exhibitions. Other events include the Davis Jazz Festival and its accompanying Beat Generation and Beyond Conference, the California Landscape and Plein Aire Painting Conference, Art of Painting in the 21st Century: An Annual Conference at Davis, and the Western Biennale of Fine Art.
- Corporate Art Leasing
Framed paintings and lithographs are available for corporate rental on a monthly basis. Price and number of works are negotiable. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Log Cabin Artists and Gallery Program:
The Log Cabin, is located at 616 F Street, housed in an original 1926 Boy Scout log cabin. The Log Cabin focuses on the work of young and emerging artists as well as community and nonprofit events. The Log Cabin Gallery is open by appointment only.
Past Artists: Melissa Chandon, Anna Valdez, and Kerry Rowland-Avrech
Current Artist in residence: James Chaffee (through June 1st)
Upcoming Artist in residence: Alex Reisfar (June – September)
The John Natsoulas Gallery offers educational and private tours of our main gallery and the Log Cabin Annex Gallery. Private tours of 10 or more may be prearranged and school tours for any grade level are also welcome.
Rooftop Sculpture Garden
A rooftop sculpture garden provides visitors views of the surrounding downtown area and arboretum, as well as access to a number of outdoor sculptures by artist Phil Evans.
Through the John Natsoulas Press, the gallery continues its active involvement in California arts education. In publishing monographs, catalogs, and definitive retrospectives, the Press has produced work focusing on regional and national artists such as Robert Arneson, David Gilhooly, Clayton Bailey, Barbara Spring, Hassel Smith, Camille Claudel, and David Hollowell. The press has also published an extensive view of student run galleries in mid-century San Francisco, The Beat Generation Galleries and Beyond.