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Hartman Fine Art Presents Rachel Davis: A Trace History

Thursday, September 03, 2015

 

Showcasing two revolutions (one sociopolitical and one personal) simultaneously, local artist Rachel Davis comments on the recent economic boom that has defined modern China as well as her recent ascent into motherhood. From September 2nd to October 17th, the Charles A. Hartman Fine Art gallery unleashes A Trace History, a fresh exhibition that expresses a visual language through precise watercolor paintings.

Telling the story of China’s recent industrial adolescence, Davis also tells the story of raising her two adopted Chinese daughters. The exhibit itself speaks of the volatility that can stem from either a fiscal or an emotional long-term investment. Indeed, Davis’ work reflects the temperament behind rapid social change.

The Charles A. Hartman Fine Art gallery is known for presenting modern art that examines our world through subtle narratives. The gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM, and you can learn more about the gallery here. 

 

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