The Artful Lawyer
The Artful Lawyer will have on display its Springtime garden themed exhibit featuring artists Charles Bruce, Caleb Flood, Andrew Hill, Ava Howard, Rita Montrosse, Isaac Preston, Ann Shawhan, Annie Waldrop, and George Wills. We will have small refreshments on hand.
Featuring Yumiko Ichikawa, modern realist.
“Working with Live Models” is the title of her show.
Community Arts Information Office
During the month of June artist Susan Hensley, a multi-media visual artist, and Larry Mitchell, a fused glass artist, members of Blacksburg Regional Art Association (BRAA) will be showing at the Community Arts Information Office (CAIO) at 149 College Avenue, Blacksburg. The hours are 9 am – 5 pm weekdays.
Join us on June 2 for a “meet the artist” reception with refreshments 5-7:30pm
The Gallery at Mish Mish
New artwork by Lee Coburn includes an artwork built around a poem (by Coburn) that deals with the breaking down and the transformation and rebirth that occurs. The work questions the relationship of all, or sometimes both, parts that define this new entity. The show is titled: An Afterimage Fond of Latent Ova (A Fragmentation of Fate and Love)
Showcasing Ferjo “The Grand Master’s Staircase”
Matrix Gallery & Crafts
Featuring work by Annie Armistead
Annie is a local Silversmith, and we will be holding a "Meet the Artist Reception AND Trunk Show" with lots of Annie’s Jewelry available from 5-7:30pm
Mill Mountain Coffee & Tea
Suzanne Davis Ross - Watercolors
Kathy Elich - Serigraphs
P. Buckley Moss Gallery
The gallery houses an extensive collection of original water colors etchings and Giclee prints as well ornaments and other collectibles by the artist P Buckley Moss
Michael Farrar: Travelers and other Nurds
June 2 – August 13
June 2 Opening Reception & Art Walk 5 – 7 p.m.
The paintings in Michael Farrar’s Travelers and Other Nurds include invented characters that are curious and memorable in their actions; even if what they are doing is not immediately apparent. Farrar’s titles lead you a little further into his alternative reality where life is explored through the foibles, missteps and clever irony of the characters he paints. The often humorous and poignant subject matter offer the viewer a detour from his or her own reality in a refreshing and openly honest manner.
Farrar has received more than sixty awards, prizes, and ribbons and is a signature member of the Virginia, Baltimore, and Pennsylvania Watercolor Societies. He regularly exhibits at galleries, fine arts festivals and juried competitions across the country. Farrar’s work is held in national and international corporate and private collections.
More galleries to follow. Watch this space!