ART WORKS February 2008 Art Shows & Events

The monthly 4th Friday Art Show opens February 22, 2008 with a reception by the artists and live music by The Robbin Steele Blues Band. Click on the show titles to learn more about each exhibit.

 

ALL MEDIA SHOW - Ann Hart 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. For more information about submitting entries to this monthly art show <click here>.

1st Place All Media Show

Danger by Chris Semtner

40x40 Acrylic

$1,600

2nd Place All Media Show

The Code of the Warrior by Kendra Wadsworth

48x62 Oil and Acrylic

$3,600

3rd Place All Media Show

Don Quixote by Paul Beverly and Sandy Dyche

12x19 Leather

$1,000

Honorable Mention All Media Show

Nude Study by Guy Chiazza

11x13 Oil

$300

 

 

Walking on Paper

Clayton Singleton

Rebuilding Faith in Myself

Clayton Singleton comes to us from Norfolk, Virginia. His work "is about transition…cycling from one place or phase to another…a continual transition whether physically, spiritually, mentally or emotionally. Mr. Singleton believes that "we are a reflection and a result of each other regardless of our differences. Our arts should explore...creating until our experience has become our expression". To see some of Mr. Singleton's work visit his website at www.claytonsingleton.com

 

Eyes of the Soul

by Terry Lynn Smith

Gamelyn of Winter, 18x24, Oil

"My portraits illustrate the beauty that resides within despite outer flaws and physical imperfections, reminding us that one's true beauty is found in the eye of the soul."

These soulful figure paintings will be displayed in the Centre Gallery West.

 

 

 

Turn Up the Color by Hugh Harris

Woodsy Boat Rack, Acrylic

Hugh Harris shows new paintings of nautical scenery in a bright new light. Showing in the Centre Gallery East.

 

Richmond Waldorf School

The Corner Gallery features the artistic achievements of Richmond's alternative education community.

 

 

 

 

Celebrating Black History Month with Milton Sears

featured in the Skylight Gallery

The artist was born in 1924 in Los Angeles, CA and educated in the California Public Schools. After graduation, he was drafted into the US Army where he served in World War II until the war ended. After his discharge from the Army, Sears worked as a draftsman designing aircraft parts for Rockwell for a number of years. Sears used his rights offered by the government to further his education in the Fine Arts. His study took him to Paris, France where he studied at the Julian School of Fine Arts for 6 years. Rosa, his wife of 3 years, saw talent in his paintings and encouraged him to showcase and display his work at Art Works.

 

 

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