One of California’s historic cemeteries, in existence for 160 years (since 1855), is now also California’s newest arboretum, featuring a collection of 150+ species of native and CA adapted plants uniquely suited for Yolo County’s climate, soil and water.
We are also the home of Gallery 1855, one of the finest premier art galleries in Northern California, featuring monthly shows by international, national, regional and local artists. Please join us for a free open house/reception on the second Sunday of every month from 1 P.M. - 4 P.M., when you can meet the artist, enjoy the art, and tour our 60+ gardens and our extensive grounds. We offer twelve months of art plus twelve months of blooms for your pleasure.
As an historic and contemporary cemetery, you will find the unique stones and intimate stories that comprise the history of our county. Tours are available by appointment or on specific dates. For more information, contact at email@example.com
We are located at 820 Pole Line Road, on the corner of E. Eighth St. and Pole Line Road, in lovely Davis, California. The Pole Line Entrance gate is locked evenings and weekends except for funerals, but the side entrance off E. Eighth St. is always open. You may visit graves or walk our labyrinths at any time.
Staff is normally on site Monday through Friday. Please make an appointment for burial arrangements and plot selection. Limited appointments outside regular hours are available by prearrangement. After hours, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on our regular phone line. We will get back to you.
Office staff: 9:00AM to 4:00PM **** Grounds staff: 7AM to 3PM
Phone: 530-756-7807 **** Fax: 530-756-7850
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If you have trouble locating a grave or need other information, please call 530-756-7807 or email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to help you. We can send you grave location maps by email.
Gallery 1855 Presents Seana Burke "Light on the Port"
Gallery 1855 at the Davis Cemetery, 820 Pole Line Road, presents the new series by artist Seana Burke. “Light of the Port” captures the light and colors of the Port of West Sacramento and the deep ship channel she has witnessed as a rower.
The exhibition will run through Dec. 30, with a reception Sunday, Dec. 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. Burke has translated these into works on canvas, paper and large-scale mylar.
Burke was intrigued by the subtle shifts of the seasons and the major weather events and how the light is ever-changing. There were days in which the sky was bathed in cotton-candy pink and other days in battleship grey.
“Every day is different,” she said. “The sun dictates the temperature, the air dictates the saturation and the Earth, water and sky dictate the hue.”
Burke records the light and its backdrops in a variety of ways. She recreates the place and impression of that shifting light with a point-and-shoot camera, pinhole cameras, sketches and canvas. She manipulates pigment and binders in a variety of materials and media.
For more information, visit https://davisgallery1855.wordpress.com. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 1 to 4 p.m. the second Sunday.
More information can be found at https://davisgallery1855.wordpress.com
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