Landslide by Mary Storms
Opening June 22nd, 2018. Join us 6 - 9 PM for 6 new art shows. Meet the artists, enjoy live music by BJ Nagel, refreshments, cash bar, free parking!
Borderline - Mary Storms
Mary Storms expresses her artistic vision through abstract mixed-media landscapes. As a self-taught artist, with a degree in biology, Mary is intrigued and inspired by the natural environment. Her intent is to provide the viewer with a sense of the symbiotic relationship between primeval elements - stone, soil, water and sky - and the life these elements nurture.
Mary’s canvases are noted for their rich textures and intense color, from bold and vibrant to quiet and subdued. In addition to acrylic paint, she uses sculpting paste, along with layers of torn or cut handmade paper and recycled magazine paper. To add additional depth, portions of some layers are scrubbed or scraped off. Paint is applied with brushes, palette knives and her hands.
Mary’s award-winning work has been exhibited in multiple venues throughout North Carolina and is included in many local, national, and international private collections. She is currently represented by Gallery444 in San Francisco, CA and the Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, NC. In addition to these two galleries, select pieces can also be viewed by appointment at her home studio in downtown Raleigh. All of her work can be viewed on her website.
This exhibit will be in the Jane Sandelin Gallery.
Central Virginia Blacksmiths Guild
This exhibit coincides with the Artist Blacksmith's Association of North America's biennial conference in Richmond, VA. The Central Virginia Blacksmith Guild will showcase their blacksmithing art and skills. CVBG encourages and facilitates the establishment of training programs for aspiring smiths; to disseminate information about sources of material and equipment; to expose the art of blacksmithing to the public; to serve as a center of information about blacksmithing for architects, interior designers, other interested groups and the general public. CVBG holds monthly meetings where anyone interested in blacksmithing may attend. See cvbg.org for more.
This exhibit will be in the Skylight Gallery.
Life in Metal - by James Wilson
This exhibit will be in the Centre Gallery, East.
"I have been working with photography for the last 40 years. After many years of working with film, most of my photos and negatives were lost in a flood. So I have now gone digital and it has been quite a learning curve. Digital editing is a blessing but capturing the moment is a new challenge.
Color Pop RVA - by Perry Matthews
Urban setting. Local architecture. Vibrant color. Color Pop RVA is an exhibition that takes the elements of photographic composition and pushes color onto a local urban landscape transforming the work into architectural abstractions. RVA has emerged as a vibrant, creative city packed with a variety of flavor and experiences. Color Pop RVA brings this vibrancy to Art Works through a series of digital images on canvas with a decidedly local flair.
DANCEDANCE2 by Lew Lott
Lew Lott's Photographed images are laced together to show the motion, emotion, gravity, flight, conformity, discourse, beauty and pain of Dance. He is strongly influenced by the following Francis Bacon personal directive: "I want a very ordered image, but I want it to come by chance.". Lew's work has received many awards in the Richmond area. This exhibit will be in the Corner Gallery.
JUNE ALL-MEDIA ART SHOW
Each month Art Works offers artists from all over to participate in a juried art show. There is no theme. COLIN FERGUSON will jury this month's show. Submissions are accepted from any artist and any medium. Call for Entries is on June, 15th and 16th 2018.
1st, 2nd, 3rd Place winners, TBA
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.