See 6 new art exhibits -- all highlighting photography! Join us for the opening reception January 25th 6-9 PM. Live music by Anthony Brazeau, Dance performances by RVA Dance Collective, refreshments and tour 75 artist studios. Free and open to the public. Free Parking. Exhibits continue through February 16, 2019.

 

 

Jorge Ariel Escobar: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going

Mixed-media photography work by Jorge Ariel Escobar will be exhibited in the Jane Sandelin Gallery.

"Jorge Ariel Escobar (b. 1994) is a photomedia and interdisciplinary artist currently based in Richmond, VA. He holds a BFA in studio art with a photography emphasis from James Madison University. As an undergraduate student, he received a CVPA Research Grant and participated in a photography studio in Prague. His work explores the internal dialogues that we have with ourselves, which includes our emotions, thoughts, and memories. As an interdisciplinary artist, Escobar works with analog photography, 19th-century alternative processes, fibers, and printmaking. His use of photographic imagery is a means to visualize his own thoughts or visions that run through his mind and allow him to better understand himself and the human condition.

 

Common Threads - by Matt Torrenzano

Matt Torrenzano has traveled extensively. He has artistically captured cities, landscapes, flowers, people and architecture. His exhibit will be in the Centre Gallery, West.


"It’s easy to forget how similar we really are. Our body language tells a story that is easily interpreted and transcends spoken language. These candid shots, caught in the moment across the globe, remind me that we’re all here together, experiencing similar emotions and sharing common threads."



Recent Work by Doug Turner

Doug Turner travels the United States and photographs breath-taking landscapes. His award wining photography from Banff Canadian National Park and Olympic National Park will be exhibited in the Skylight Gallery.



Water Elements - Patsy Ledbetter

Water Elements is about the power of water; how it affects our senses and envelopes us with its life. From a simple abstract of water droplets to the grandeur of the ocean, water is an element of life that feeds the soul. This exhibit will be in the Centre Gallery East.


 

SIMPLY PHOTOGRAPHY 17

Each month Art Works offers artists from all over an opportunity to participate in a juried art show. Thomas V. Moore will jury this exhibit. Submissions are accepted from any artist with photography-related artwork on January 18 - 19th at Art Works. All submissions must involve some type of photography.

 

About the Juror, Thomas V. Moore:

"For 23 years, Moore was Senior Curator of Photography and Photography Archivist at The Mariners’ Museum in Newport News, Virginia. His jurisdiction included research, cataloging, preservation, conservation, documentation and curating exhibitions from the photographic collection, which numbers over 700,000 images and negatives.

Moore's own photographic work has been shown in exhibitions locally, regionally and nationally. He taught photography courses and workshops at Tidewater Community College in Portsmouth, Virginia and at the Charles Taylor Art Center and at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia, and taught Digital Photography at Christopher Newport University, in Newport News, Virginia. Recently he has been teaching workshops on Pinhole Photography at Studio 23 in Richmond, Virginia." - ThomasVmoore.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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