An Icelandic Adventure

Experience Iceland through the eyes of Patricia Temples.

Reception  Sunday, October 29 from 3- 5 pm at Kilaurwen Winery.

Pat’s exhibit is on display through November.

 

Kilaurwen is open Friday, Sat and Sun, 12-5 pm during Oct and Nov. Directions at http://www.kilaurwenwinery.com.

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Madison County High School Art Students visit “A View with a Room”

September 27th, Kelly Lonergan, Woodberry Forest Art Teacher, “It was great having this group of art students from Madison County High School visit the FFAC show today in the Baker Gallery. Thanks to Ashleigh Pugh and all of the FFAC artists who came to talk about their work. A good time!”

Photographs courtesy of John Berry

Student Reception: A View with a Room

On September 21, 2017, students from Woodberry Forest School attended a reception for “A View with a Room” at the Walker Fine Arts Center: Baker Gallery.

The exhibit is open through October 29. Gallery hours: Mon–Fri, 9 AM-5 PM & Sat–Sun, 1 PM–5 PM.

Photographs courtesy of John Berry.

 

 

A View with a Room

What an amazing reception we had at Woodberry Forest School on Friday, September 8th! Thank you to everyone who joined us.

If you missed it, the show is still up in the Walker Fine Arts Center & Baker Gallery on the Woodberry Forest campus, and will remain there until Sunday, October 29.  If you have a chance, please stop by and take a look!  And don’t forget to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award.

Gallery hours: Mon–Fri, 9 AM-5 PM & Sat–Sun, 1 PM–5 PM.

The photo gallery includes photographs taken at the reception, as well as photographs taken prior to the opening of the show.

 

 

 

Patricia Temples at Old Rag Gallery, Saturday, September 9, 2017

An invitation from Old Rag Gallery to meet Patricia Temples this Saturday.  

As part of the Artisan Trail program in Rappahannock County, Old Rag Photography and Gallery invite you to their Second Saturday event at Old Rag Gallery at Ginger Hill Antiques this Saturday, September 9, from 12 – 4. The work of two colleagues, Patricia Temples and Alan Dranitzke, will be exhibited over the next several months.

From Patricia Temples, “As a native Virginian and a retired educator, it gives me great pleasure to showcase my beautiful state with photos from various jaunts I have taken. From Tangier Island in the east to Highland County to the west, Virginia has much to offer. I hope you see something among my images that excites you and informs you about my home.”

Old Rag Gallery, Ginger Hill Antiques,12625 Lee Highway, Washington, VA.

Patricia Temples, Photograph, Sunrise on Tangier Island

Patricia Williams’ Solo Show at Touchstone Gallery

Ode to Pi Day, Watercolor, 26″ x 22″

Firnew artist Patricia Williams invites you to her second solo show at the Touchstone Gallery.

Touchstone Gallery, 901 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC
August 30 –October 1, 2017
Ordered Complexities New Paintings by Patricia Williams
Opening Reception ▪ Friday, September 8, 6-8:30 pm
Meet the Artists ▪ Saturday, September 23, 1-4 pm

“Both science and art have to do with ordered complexity.” –L. L. Whyte, 1957

In 2015, a lively discussion of Pi Day (March 14, based on π’s value of 3.141592…) inspired Patricia Williams to paint a π pie. This led to a series of works that seek to translate mathematical and scientific principles into paintings that express the essence of a concept. Whimsical and colorful, the paintings integrate the artist’s lifelong fascination with science, math and creativity in all its forms.

“Creativity is one of the most basic traits of humanity, but we articulate it in different ways, depending on our inclinations and abilities,” Ms. Williams says. “I hope that art people will gain a little appreciation for math and science and that math and science folks will enjoy seeing their subject matter portrayed as a different kind of art.”

The paintings are comprised of layers of transparent watercolor and watercolor pencil or water-soluble graphite on Multimedia Artboard™, a rigid paper substrate. In some paintings, intense colors and murky darks all but obliterate the underlying text. In others, wispy lines of water-soluble graphite are punctuated with jolts of color. The paintings are driven by content, but content is secondary to the interplay of color and form.