The monthly 4th Friday show opens September 25th, 2009 with an opening reception, refreshements, live music, and meet the artists at 7pm.

Also featuring 5 other NEW art shows up through Oct 18th....



Chesapeake Bay Artist Association

Marilyn Fergeson, Norene Spencer, Howard Martinez, MaryKay Holliday, Carmen Bittenger, Linda House, Kathy Stacier, Pamela Hill, Terry Bruner, Robert Boyette, Pat DeHart, Linda King, Nancy Bazin, Sharon Dombrowski, Glen Gerdon, Cathy Dixson, Diana Davenport, Wayne Potrafka, Randall Jordan, Valerie Spivey, Thom Curtis, Jim Kallem, Ken Lindblad, Eunice Holland, Mike Wiggins, Mary Haase, Sandra Starkey, Christine Harris, Robbie Garitty, Howard Batkin, Claudia Croneberger, Jane Fuqua, LaVern Leach, George Patrick, Dorothy Hudgins, Sarah  Hansen, Gail Coltrane, Guy Widlicki, Virginia Keith, Dothy Coakley, Annie Moon, Dollner Johnson 


The Art of Surviving Curated by Terry Lynn Smith

Terry Smith is a resident artist at Art Works. This annual group exhibition features work by and about cancer survivors. A portion of the proceeds goes to charity supporting the cause.






Earth, Fire, Water and Air by George Hughes: Paintings inspired from U.S. National Forests;

George Hughes is a graduate of VCU School of Art. Growing up in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains and living in the heart of the fan while going to school created certain man vs. nature conflicts that produced a love for the landscape. The instantaneous expression capable with music was a great influence for the impressionistic style that was developed to enhance the creative flow of the mark and the intensity of color that can only be accessed with the natural free flow of landscape painting.

SEPTEMBER All-Media Show This juried art show features many artists from Richmond and Virginia. Submissions are accepted from any artist and any medium. Call for Entries is on September 18th and 19th at Art Works. The gallery talk and awards are presented at 7:30 at the opening reception.


Honorable Mention: Traveler by Ben Yolton, Epoxy Clay, $1200

SCRIPTS by Janet Visser "Everything we see is representational, if it portrays specific, recognizable physical objects. The show Scripts is pure abstract which is rendered with words, patterns and Color. Abstract art should have the potential to be so powerful that it will keep the conscious distractions to a minimum.  My goal is to open the viewer's mind, let in the energy and spirit of the painting, and allow it to dance with their psyche.

Artist:  Background, have won numerous awards over the past 30 years. Educated in Rochester New York @ SUNY State University of Brockport. Instructs student privately out of her home studio. Member of the Art Works, and CrossRoads Art Center...Works have been shown in NewYork, Vero Beach Museum of Art, and Phildelphia.  Janet is very verstile in her works, pencil, pastels oils, and acrylics ar some of the medium."


Scenes of Inspiration by Sheila Holland Sheila's forest paintings usually feature nature and light shining through trees with a very tactile approach. Come see her first solo show at Art Works.

All images are the property of the artists and may not be duplicated without permission. Contact Art Works, Inc. 804 291.1400 in Richmond, Virginia U.S.A. for more information or if you wish to seek permission for use of images.

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Ocean by Kenneth Lindblad

Uncertainty by Terry Smith

Work by George Hughes

1st Place: Bill's Alzheimer Story by Johanna Stoneking, $250

2nd Place: Drucella & Dinky Dream of Faraway Places by Terry Smith, Oil $1,800

3rd Place: Spiral by Stevel Lloyd, Ground Metal Art, $450

Photo Award: Bridge to River City by Tom Stiles, $500

Work by Janet VisserRed Flag by Janet Visser - 24x36 Acrylic on Canvas



Sept-Oct '09