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UVA Art Museum Final Friday exhibit: "Inspired by Henry Moore"
Published on Oct 22nd, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum's plaza near the installed Henry Moore sculpture, "Seated Woman," features the exhibition, "Inspired by Henry Moore," a First Friday show of work by students in...
Virgina Stone Carvers Guild carve at White Hall Vineyards
Published on Oct 7th, 2011
0 comments Members of the Virginia Stone Carvers Guild demonstrate stone carving techniques under the open sky at White Hall Vineyards. Rte 674, White Hall. For directions, visit www.whitehallvineyards.com. For...
Atlas Coffee: Boaz Curry El's "Gamolocks"
Published on Oct 7th, 2011
0 comments Atlast Coffee shows "Gamolocks," Boaz Curry El's whimsical sculptures made of melted pipecleaners. (Viewers are encouraged to touch and play with the pieces.) 2206-B Fontaine Ave. 920-1700.
Second Street Gallery: Rachel Hellmann and Scott Hazard
Published on Sep 17th, 2011
0 comments Second Street Gallery presents two exhibitions: in the Main Gallery, "Chromatic Boundaries" showcases the geometric abstract paintings of Rachel Hellmann; and in the Dové Gallery, "Typographic...
Feminine mystique: Waldrop wires into women's nature
Published on Sep 5th, 2011
0 comments Is there something in Roanoke’s water? Because who would imagine that a western Virginia railroad hub would become fertile ground for women artists focused on the feminine? Among Roanoke’s luminaries...
Spin doctors: Artists thread the line
Published on Aug 8th, 2011
0 comments In a recent Huffington Post article, biologist Marlene Zuk writes most people are more fearful of insects than of death. I don’t mind bugs; it’s grubs and maggots that give me the heebie-jeebies. If...
Staunton Augusta Art Center opens exhibit by painter Shay Herring Clanton and glass sculptor Kim Clanton
Published on Jul 31st, 2011
0 comments The Staunton Augusta Art Center hosts a reception to open its new exhibition of paintings by Shay Herring Clanton and glass sculptures by Kim Clanton. R.R. Smith Center for History and Art, 20 S. New...
Staunton Augusta Art Center: painter Shay Herring Clanton and glass sculptor Kim Clanton
Published on Jul 31st, 2011
0 comments The Staunton Augusta Art Center features paintings by Shay Herring Clanton and glass sculptures by Kim Clanton. R.R. Smith Center for History and Art, 20 S. New St. 540-885-2028
Disposable beauty: Wood thinks outside the bag
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments The ubiquitous plastic bag—flimsily useful for a minute or two and then thrown away without a second thought. Scourge of the environment, tossed-aside plastic bags clog sewers, foul waterways, and...
UVA sculpture team takes "Byron's Telescope" to the Water Street Parking Lot
Published on Jul 15th, 2011
1 comments The University of Virginia's summer sculpture class and sculpture community travel to the Water Street Parking Lot to present "Byron's Telescope: A Performance Machine of the Rites of Passage,...
UVA Architecture School: K. Wood's "Contain"
Published on Jul 9th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia School of Architecture's Dean's Gallery features "Contain," an exhibition of recent work UVA alumna K. Wood, including collaborative works with Jebney Lewis and Todd...
Staunton's Middlebrook Gallery: Krasso and Ken Smith
Published on Jun 17th, 2011
0 comments Staunton's Middlebrook Gallery presents "The Human Condition: A  Figurative Interpretation," featuring work by Krassimir Mihaylov, a.k.a. Krasso, and Ken Smith. 5 Middlebrook Ave. 540-630-1650.
Assembly lines: Bill balances control and chaos
Published on Apr 25th, 2011
0 comments Every year when the Charlottesville/Albemarle High School Art Show goes up, I'm wowed all over again by Randy Bill’s students at St. Anne’s-Belfield School. Her pupils’ work expresses a mature...
Henry Moore Foundation director, Richard Calvocoressi, lectures at UVA
Published on Mar 30th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a lecture by Richard Calvocoressi, director of the Henry Moore Foundation, who will discuss, "Henry Moore Postwar: The Sculptor Goes Public." Campbell...
Random Row Books shows David Currier's small sculptures
Published on Mar 30th, 2011
0 comments Random Row Books inaugurates its new Alexander Curtis Gallery with a one-night exhibition of small sculptures by David Currier. 350 W. Main St. 434-466-6039.
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