Our friends at the Louisa Arts Center have sent us information relating to their next open arts show, The Show of Shows:
Please see the attached entry form for our next open show. Please read the directions carefully. There is now a limit of 3 entries per artist. Please note on your entry blank when dropping off which category you are interested in.
The Louisa Arts Center’s Gallery Committee
You can download their Entry Form from this link and follow their guidance to submit your entries.
The Louisa Arts Center is located at 212 Fredericksburg Ave in Louisa, VA. Use this map to visit them:
ENRICH, ENCOURAGE and INSPIRE! The mission of the Louisa Arts Center is to stimulate awareness and appreciation of the arts for both youth and adults. Our aim is to broaden involvement and access to the arts through diversity, interpretive ability and interactive creativity.
Peg Sheridan is showing paintings at Newtown Baking (www.newtownbaking.com) through January 6, 2020. She invites all members to an opening reception this coming Sunday, November 17, from 3 to 5 pm. Refreshments will be served.
In addition to the painting, above, Peg shares the following images as a preview to the show:
Newtown Baking is located at 960 West Beverley St., Staunton, Va.
The phone number for Newtown Baking is 540 885-3799. Check their website for hours.
Our friends at the Arts Center in Orange, Va are having a showing entitled EQUUS V: Horses in the Virginia Landscape. The exhibit runs through November 30, 2019 in the Morin Gallery. More details can be found on their website.
While we have you thinking about art, take a minute to view Judy Ely’s new posting in our Member Gallery.
It is with sadness to tell you that Troy Weidenheimer passed away in September after a long battle with cancer. Troy was kind enough to do a workshop for us last fall despite his failing health. Not only did we learn a lot about art from him, but much about his life as a modern Renaissance man who studied science, was a speech writer, and played and taught music professionally, even becoming friends with the famed Jerry Garcia.
He was a kind, intelligent and talented man that will be missed by many.
Member Judi Ely is being honored by her alma mater, Bridgewater College, with a showing of about 20 of her paintings in the Kline Campus Center throughout the month of October. One of her paintings in the show, above, is entitled, “Magnifying Life”.
As Judi notes,
“In October, I have a show of my work at Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, Va coinciding with my alumni class reunion on October 19. There is a reception on Monday, Sept 30, 5:00-7:00PM which includes an artist talk and another reception on October 19, 10-11:00AM.
It would be great if you are able to come by the show.”
Judi is donating her painting, below, to the school for the October 19 class dinner and silent auction.