Exhibitions Calendar - 2015
- January 5 to February 6
- February 13 to March 20
- March 30 to April 24
- May 18 to June 19
- August 10 to September 11
- September 21 to October 23
- November 2 to December 4
January 5 to February 6
Willie Anne Wright
Civil War Redux: Pinhole Photographs
Wright, an artist living and working in Richmond, uses pinhole (lensless) photography to create one of her most interesting series. Her pinhole photographs, which feature the characteristics of her chosen medium and an occasional anachronistic detail, present an evocative view, as portrayed by dedicated re-enactors. Wright's approach is evenhanded.
The images include those of men and women, Caucasian and African-American, Federal and Confederate, famous players and the lesser known.
This exhibit is on loan from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
February 13 to March 20
Miguel Corrigan, Faces of Russia, Photo Series
March 30 to April 24
Student Art Exhibition
This exhibit will feature student works from both the Communication Design and Fine Arts programs. Examples of Graphic Design, Visual Imagery, Multimedia Design, Animation, and Web Design from the Communication Design program. Ceramics, Design, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and sculpture from the Fine Art program. A must see show! Below are two works from the 2014 exhibit.
May 18 to June 19
A Delicate Balance
Jo Fleming is a longtime resident of Great Falls, Virginia, a community of ancient woodland landscape alongside burgeoning suburban development, near Washington, DC. Ms Fleming spent her childhood in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia and retains a deep affinity with the natural landscape. She earned a BFA from MICA in Baltimore, Maryland.
Ms. Fleming’s work has been shown regionally in solo and group exhibitions and is held in private as well as commercial collections. Her abstract paintings, giving image to environmental concerns of coal mining and global warming, led her to Exhibit work in the US Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Taipei, Taiwan and on an adventure to the other side of the earth. Sponsored by the US Embassy in Ulaanbaatar and Art in Embassies Artist Exchange Program of the US State Department, Ms. Fleming was able to experience art and culture of a distant nation sharing artistic, environmental and climate concerns.
“For me painting is a way of contemplating the natural world and my relationship to it. I seek out the wild places where unfettered elements of form, pattern and color in the environment are impacted increasingly, by human presence, and development. I incorporate natural materials, printed and mixed media collage into my work.”
August 10 to September 11
September 21 to October 23
Gerry Bannan, Icons, Paintings
Gerry Bannan is an artist and educator who currently lives in Roanoke, Virginia. Bannan earned his BFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art at Temple University and his MFA in Painting from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. In his paintings, Bannan uses a combination of oils, encaustic and gold leaf on linen or panel. Most recently he has been creating intricately detailed drawings in ink on Mylar. His artwork can be seen by visiting his website at www.gerrybannan.com.
November 2 to December 4
Brian Burgess Paintings
Brian Burgess is a multimedia artist from Fredericksburg, Virginia that likes to paint, illustrate and sculpt epic subject matter. His pursuit of art began under the guidance of NVCC Loudoun Campus Art Faculty Jay Orbeck, Bill Shirley and Bill Whipple in 1986-1987. He is a recent graduate of Hartford Art School with a Master of Fine Arts in Illustration and will be showing his graduate thesis paintings.