Richard L. Nelson Gallery & The Fine Arts Collection
UC Davis, Davis, CA
About The Gallery
The Richard L. Nelson Gallery 's exhibition program is supplemented with lectures, publications and other public events. The Gallery's collection is the major resource and repository for art objects on the UC Davis Campus, and contains over 4,000 works of art in various material and media. It represents diverse historical periods and cultures, as well as significant holdings in contemporary art, most notably artists associated with the Davis faculty of the "Funk" period: Arneson, Wiley, Thiebaud, Gilhooley, de Forest, Hudson, et al. The collection contributes to art education, scholarship and publication, making works of art available for research, loan, and presentation nationally and in the gallery programs at The Richard L. Nelson Gallery and locations on campus, such as The Walter A. Buehler Alumni & Visitors Center and the Art in Public Places Program. (text courtesy Richard L. Nelson Gallery)
The Gallery is located at One Shields Avenue, Davis. For hours and fees please see the museum's website.
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