SAVE THE DATE: Opening of “Milton Davis and Vickie Uyeda: Common Ground” at The Main Museum – Sunday July 8
On Sunday afternoon, The Main Museum will host an opening party for a new exhibition at Beta Main that pairs the work of two L.A. artists. “Milton Davis and Vickie Uyeda: Common Ground” features paintings, drawings and ceramics. All of the artwork on display was created during the artists’ time working with the adult art program at the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF)—a Los Angeles nonprofit that creates artistic opportunities for individuals with special needs and developmental disabilities.
As ECF’s longest participating artist, Milton Davis has spent five days a week for the last 50 years making art at the organization’s South L.A. and Westside Art Centers. Davis works primarily in pen and ink, meticulously utilizing a fine line that references geography, wood grain, and a meditative state of making.
Vickie Uyeda has been working with ECF since 2004 and also devotes five days a week to artmaking. She is a Japanese American artist whose paintings explore gesture, color, and abstraction and are highly process driven.
Top Photo: Untitled by Milton Davis
July 8 – September 2
Open Wednesday through Sunday
July 8 (2 pm – 5 pm)
Admission is free
114 W 4th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013