POST PROGRESSIONS by Roger McClung and Doug Kinnett Roger McClung and Doug Kinnett studied art together in college and took every course possible from painting to ceramics, printmaking to sculpture. After college their careers and families took then to different parts of the country. However they remained in contact and close friends. They are now collaborating in this exhibit in the Corner Gallery and Studio 100 with a progression of their work –as it has developed over the years.
HENRICO CENTER FOR THE ARTS May 28- June 8th. In May and June of each year Art Works proudly partners with the art program at Henrico High. The work is the result of four years of study and ranges from paintings, sculptures, and installations to fashion. Teacher and artist Mary Scurlock curated this exhibition.
MAGGIE L. WALKER GOVERNER's SCHOOL ART PROGRAM June 11-June 20th. In May and June of each year Art Works proudly partners with the art program at Maggie Walker High School. The work is the result of four years of study and ranges from paintings, sculptures, and installations to fashion. Teacher/ artist Jeff Hall curates this exhibit.
GOOCHLAND HIGHSCHOOL ART SHOW Artist and teacher Caroline Long curates her talented student's work showing in the Skylight Gallery.
THE VIEW FROM HERE by Beth Bradford Beth Bradford is a writer, teacher and painter. She is presenting a new body of artwork in the Centre Gallery East.
GIFTS FROM THE SEA by Emma Lou Martin This exhibit features a new series by Martin of sea imagery. Emma Lou Martin is active in the art community in Richmond and she has received ma ny awards, coordinates and executes workshops, is a museum docent and was a moving force in establishing the Uptown Gallery as its founding director in 1992. She is passionate about the arts, and her great joy is passing that on to others. Her mediums are many and vary from watercolor to collage and more. Centre Gallery West.
MAY ALL MEDIA SHOW
Colin Ferguson is the juror for this multi-media show. Cash prizes are awarded for first, second and third place. Submissions are accepted from any artist and any medium. Call for entries is April 16th & 17th at Art Works for this Juried show. See our Call For Entries page to learn more.
About the Juror: Colin Ferguson is a professor of art at John Tyler Community College.
Work by Roger McClung
2009 Henrico student work
2009 Maggie Walker student work
Pool Above Falls by Beth Bradford
Watercolor by Emma Lou Martin
1st Place: Doorway to the Past by Judy Fechino. 11x14 Mixed Media on Wood. $250
22nd Place:Sarah's Day by Robert Peifer. 21x25 Photography, $175
3rd Place: Five Figures by Matt Bass 14x26 Linoleum Cut, $200
Honorable Mention:Red Abstraction by Steven Lloyd. 12x24 Ground Metal Art, $75
Honorable Mention: Untitled #4 by Ravi Sattulri. 4ftx4ftx3ft Wood, $450