EAST MEETS WEST In 2009 Heeja Sung brought the Korean American International Exchange Exhibition to art6 in Richmond, Virginia and before that to Portsmouth, Arlington Virginia, Daegu and Seoul South Korea and Beijing, China. This year, Art Works is pleased to host the return of this exhibit with all new work. East Meets West once again curated by Heeja Sung features Korean artist and Virginian artists working in a variety of traditional and new stylesJane Sandelin Gallery.

Korean artists are: Jung-Hyo Kook, Dong-Sun Kim, Ok-Hee Kim, Ji-Yeun Kim, Chun-Ok Kim, Chung-Sik Kim, Hyun-Ha Kim, Jung-Ye Nam, Cheon-Woong Park, Pil-Hyun Park, Hye-Lim Song, Young-Na Ahn, Un Yeo, Kyung-Mi Oh, Pal-Soo Oh, Jae-Yeon Woo, Young Lee, Sook-Jin Lee, Soon- Ae Lee, Eun-Kyung Lee, Jung-Ok Lee, Soo-Bin Im, Bo-Youn Jung, Hyun-Sook Jeong, Mong-Ryong Cho, Moon-Soo Choi and Sam-Sook Han

American artists are: Ruth Bolduan, Mark Bryant, Melissa Burgess, Sara Clark, Margaret Porter-Daniel, Thomas Daniel, Cynthia Erdahl, Mim Golub, Sarah Masters, Judy McLeod, James Miller, Amie Oliver, Dale Quarterman, Barry Roebuck, Anne Savedge, Chuck Scalin, Susan Svendsen, HeeJa Sung and Marsden Williams


How many ways can an egg be scrambled? Come see at least 60 versions as Richmond artists present egg-art for the annual Easter Seal Eggstravaganza. On opening night, February 26 th, awards will be presented for “Best Egg” and more. The eggs will be on display at Art Works for one week until they are transported to William Jeffrey Jewelers for a preview party and auction on March 4 th, 2010. The eggs travel to their final destination on March 20 th and hatch at the Easter Seals Eggstravaganza Gala and auction at La Difference.

This is the 6th year that Art Works and Richmond artists donated their time, talent and energy to support Camp Easter Seals. For information on the preview party and Eggstravaganza Gala, see www.va.easterseals.com.


WILD BY GORDON STILLMAN “Wild” is a photographic project by Richmond photographer Gordon Stillman that explores the interaction between humans and nature, providing insight into the story of the built environment, nature's resilience and fragility, and the changing role of different spaces in our society. Initially inspired by Richmond's Church Hill neighborhood, where neglected buildings covered with weeds sit next to historic buildings with manicured ivy and gardens, the project includes scenes from urban and rural spaces throughout Virginia and across the United States.

Gordon Stillman is a professional photographer that has lived in Richmond since graduating from college in 2007. He took his first photography class at high school in New Hampshire, and hasn't stopped taking photographs. Gordon has also studied photography in Santa Fe, London and Williamsburg. Gordon's works have been exhibited at Crittenden Gallery, BECA New Orleans, Artworks and the Smithsonian Institute. His other personal projects include the Virginia Sustainable Agriculture Documentary Project

Stillman's work will be on display this month in the Centre Gallery West


KNOWN AND UNKNOWN LIGHT BY Nick Pollok Pollok's interesting paintings will be on display this month in the Centre Gallery. Nick Pollok has a BFA in sculpture from VCU, is a  sculpter, painter, printmaker, photographer, master-woodworker and furniture-maker. He teaches carving and sculpture The Visual Arts Center in Richmond, VA.

DP70 AND THE GIG GALLERY PRESENT: Phono/Graph An exhibition of original and printed works by Janneke Kotte, Brian Gearing, David Peterson, etc. Skylight Gallery

FEBRUARY ALL MEDIA SHOW Juried by Marjorie Perrin. Call for entries is Jan 15th and 16th at Art Works for this Juried show. See our Call For Entries page to learn more.


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Splendid Oracle by Mark Bryant

Karen's Dog by Nick Pollok, $190

1st Place: Watching Tom and Jerry by Beth Nichols, Oil $500

2nd Place: Mountain Waterfall, Andora by Mary Melton, Mixed Media, $850

3rd Place: Tree of Initials by Adam Goldsmith, Photography, $425

Honorable Mention: Ruther Glen by Jane Porter, Watercolor, $85



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