D. Victor Pytko
Detroit, MI – November 16, 2003 – The Stone Stack-a-thon, a part of Matthew Loflin Davis' Gallery 4731 show originally scheduled for November 28, 2003, has been rescheduled to November 25, 2003, from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Davis encourages anyone interested in stacking stones to attend the event, and is especially interested in getting local grade, middle, and high school teachers to bring field trips to it.
Davis asks anyone interested in attending the stack-a-thon to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Davis can be available virtually any time during the show, which runs until December 1, 2003, to meet individuals or groups interested in his work at the gallery.
The 4731 Gallery, located at 4731 Grand River in Detroit is, in the words of Detroit Free Press writer Keri Guten Cohen, "a new kind of art gallery." The gallery, which features shows by local as well as internationally-acclaimed artists, includes studios housing an eclectic mix of Detroit-area artists. You can reach the gallery at 313.894.4731, or by emailing email@example.com.
Matthew Loflin Davis, a well-known Detroit-area sculptor and photographer,
has received overwhelming public support for his work on Belle Isle—so much so
that the Mayor’s office intervened to keep his installation there standing
when the Detroit Recreation department threatened to take it down. Davis has
been featured several times on WJBK Channel 2 news in Detroit, was the subject
of an episode of Art
Beat on WTVS Detroit, and his work has
been covered by WDIV Channel 4 news, the Detroit Free Press, the Ann Arbor News, the Holland
and other newspapers nationally. Several Detroit-area art lovers have
commissioned him to do stone and metal sculptures.
For more information on Matthew Loflin Davis and his work, visit www.mldavis.com. For more information on the 4731 Gallery, visit www.4731.com. For more information on APLAUDD: Art for Public Life And Urban Development in Detroit, a group that Davis co-founded, visit www.aplaudd.org.
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