When: Thu., Aug. 4, 5-9 p.m. 2016
The French have a term for people like Toby Davis: "flaneurs." In the mid-18th century, flaneurs walked city streets displaying a mild distaste for the speed and complexity of modern life, a fascination with people and a keen sense of beauty.
Davis (tobydavisart.com) has put miles on his sneakers moving along the triangle of cities between Los Angeles; Seattle, Wash.; and Boise in search of subjects for his oil paintings.
Check out some of Davis' flaneur-istic meditations on everything urban, from SoCal fashion to the City of Trees on a drizzly day at Evermore Prints (780 W. Main St.) while partaking of food and drink from The Mode Lounge.