FSVAA’s 58th Jury Art Exhibition ends January 8


The 58th Annual Regional Art Exhibition of the City of Fairfield-Suisun Visual Arts Association in Nor-Cal draws to a close at the Solano Downtown Gallery.

The show ends on Sunday January 9 with a jury conference for attendees.

Artists from across California and as far away as Baton Rouge, Louisiana took part in this year’s exhibit. Submission of original works of art in 14 categories.

The event is one of the oldest juried art exhibitions in California. We ask you to visit the exhibition and vote for your favorite work of art. At the end of the show, the People’s Choice Award will be presented during the Juror’s Talk. The People’s Choice award winner will be invited to exhibit the winning artwork at the Solano downtown gallery at the upcoming “Sea, Wind, Storms and Fog” exhibition, January 12 through February 26.

The last day to vote for your favorite at closing time on January 7th.

The gallery is located on the second floor of downtown Solano, 1350 Travis Blvd., Suite D-8, outside of Macy’s, next to the AT&T store.

The gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, visitors to our gallery and downtown Solano are required to wear a mask.

For more information, visit www.fvaa-arts.org/juriedartshow or contact Dennis Ariza, FSVAA President / STCG Director at (707) 688-8889.

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