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ArtSpace January/February 2022 Exhibitions, Opening and Artist Talks!

01/21/2022 to 02/19/2022

2833-A Hathaway Rd., Richmond, VA 23225 in the Stratford Hills Shopping Center, Richmond, VA 23225

Solo exhibitions by artists April Flanders, Donna Frostick, Hope Morgan and a group exhibition by ArtSpace Artist Members, January 21 - February 19, 2022. The Opening Reception is Friday, January 21, 6-9pm. Artist Talks on Saturday, January 22, at 2pm. Opening, exhibit and artists' talks are at our NEW LOCATION: 2833-A Hathaway Rd., Richmond, VA 23225 in the Stratford Hills Shopping Center. Gallery Hours: 12-4pm Tuesday-Sunday or by private appointment. Website: artspacegallery.org. Gallery contact info: Dana Frostick, Publicity Committee Chair. (email) artspaceorg@gmail.com (phone) 804-232-6464

4th Friday Art Shows and Opening Reception @ Art Works!

01/28/2022 to 01/28/2022

320 Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224

It is our 19th year of the annual Simply Photography exhibit at Art Works. Artists from all over Virginia submit their photography showcasing a variety of subjects and photographic methods. Also featured this month is Richmond Reframed—a very different photographic view of Richmond. Jeff Morris, a Richmond artist will present From RVA to Virginia Beach and Karen Palmer will present Notes from the Guitar Strings. Join us on January 28th, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. for the opening reception. Meet the artists. There will be music and door prizes. Parking is free. The exhibits continue through February 19, 2022. This event is free and open to the public.

January Exhibits @ Art Works

01/29/2022 to 02/19/2022

320 Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224

It is our 19th year of the annual Simply Photography exhibit at Art Works. Artists from all over Virginia submit their photography showcasing a variety of subjects and photographic methods. Also featured this month is Richmond Reframed—a very different photographic view of Richmond. Jeff Morris, a Richmond artist will present From RVA to Virginia Beach and Karen Palmer will present Notes from the Guitar Strings. The exhibits continue through February 19, 2022. Admission is free and open to the public. Simply Photography 2022: Photographers get an opportunity to showcase their signature photographs in this juried show. You will see photography of all types including traditional, digital, manipulated, and photographic mixed media. This exhibit will be juried by Anthony Rumley, a professional photographer (https://www.anthonyrumley.com/). Richmond Reframed by RVA Photographers Collective: Janneke Kotte, an award-winning photographer brings together talented photographers from greater Richmond in this exhibit. RVA Photographers Collective, founded by photographer Adam Lewis, focused on strengthening their creative eye by capturing the cityscape through various perspectives. As they photograph the Richmond cityscape the group provides feedback to each other for each study. This exhibit reveals Richmond through fresh eyes. Notes from the Guitar Strings by Karen Palmer: Karen Palmer’s exhibit is inspired by music. As a musician, singer, song writer and guitarist who has played in Richmond cover bands, Karen found the music migrating into her paintings. Guitars and drums found their way onto her canvases. This first occurred during the COVID19 isolation and the results were so intriguing Karen created a full body of work. From RVA to Virginia Beach by Jeff Morris: Jeff Morris enjoys painting the waterways of Virginia and the landscapes of Richmond. His oil paintings are full of color and texture.