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

05/28/2021 to 05/28/2021

320 Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224

In May and June of each year Art Works proudly partners with the art programs at Henrico High School and Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School. The work is the result of four years of study and ranges from paintings, sculptures, installations to fashion. Henrico High and Maggie L. Walker share the main gallery space by exhibiting on different dates. Join us on May 28th, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. for the 4th Friday art shows and reception featuring Henrico High and again on June 4th, 6 p.m. – 9p.m. for the Maggie Walker School art show and reception. The events are free and open to the public. Parking is free. Please wear a facemask and register online to attend so that we may control the number of people in the gallery. More info here:

May – June Exhibits @ Art Works!

05/29/2021 to 06/19/2021

320 Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224

See our new exhibits and tour 80 artist studios. Admission is free. Exhibits include: HENRICO CENTER FOR THE ARTS SENIOR SHOW. Mary Scurlock guides her students through the many facets of art and the culmination of this work is the senior show at Art Works. The opening reception is May 28th from 6-8 p.m. The exhibit will be in the Jane Sandelin Gallery May 28th through May 31,2021. MAGGIE L. WALKER GOVERNOR’S SCHOOL SENIOR ART EXHIBITION: Jeff Hall provides the inspiration and guidance for the visual art students at Maggie L. Walker where he supports a broad range of experiences in both two and three dimensions and a wide variety of media. The students present their work at a reception on June 4th 6 pm – 9 pm. The show continues through June 12, 2021. The exhibit will be in the Jane Sandelin Gallery. Short Stories by Amy Burczyk: Amy Burczyk says, “I am a kid, Mother, Grandmother, Artist, Interior Designer (in that order). With a degree in Interior Design and an "almost" degree in Fine Arts from Mount Mary University in Milwaukee Wisconsin. I ran away to Wonderland, fell down a rabbit hole and ended up in Lynchburg Virginia. My art reflects my approach to life: a childlike sense of wonder, what if and defense. I use whimsey - animals, rhymes, songs, and nonsense to cope with 'adult' issues, much the way children have for centuries. My art may not match your sofa, but I hope it makes you think and entertains.” The exhibit is in the Centre Gallery. Non-Objective Illusions in Black: Is black a color? by Dan Thompson: Dan Thompson was a musician for most of his life. He now channels that energy into his paintings. His new work departs from his previous style and he presents a different vision. Wait and see! The exhibit is in the Skylight Gallery.