Firnew photographer Larry Patterson shares another photo and message:
Remember that mess we posted two days ago? This is what is beneath it. Where does this take us? To the Firnew Farm Artists’ Circle exhibit ‘Firnew at 15’. You are invited to our 15th anniversary celebration on May 6, 2018 to see what this little test turns into!
Firnew Mystery Test Piece, Revealed
Firnew photographer Larry Patterson shares his mystery photo and a message:
The Firnew Farm Artists’ Circle will be celebrating our 15th year together at our annual May show. ‘Firnew at 15’ will be held on Sunday, May 6. Does this pique your curiosity? Stay tuned for the unveiling of test piece!
Firnew Mystery Test Piece
Congratulations to our Firnew Artists!
1st place: Sue Linthicum, “Gnarled Tree on River”
2nd place: Trish Crowe, “Praying Grasses”
3rd place: Janice Rosenberg, “Moon Rise, Setting Sun”
Honorable Mentions: Jon Perry, “Gothic Memories” and
Richard Young, “Morning Azaleas”
The exhibit is open through March 7, 2018 at Peace Lutheran Church, 1510 Broad Crossing Road, Charlottesville, VA.
Sue Linthicum, Gnarled Tree on River
Trish Crowe, Praying Grasses
Jon Perry, Gothic Memories
Richard Young, Morning Azaleas
Our space with the River District Artists (located on Rt 211 at Hazel River Art & Antiques, formerly Ginger Hill Antiques) is spiffed up with new furnishings and paintings on display, as well as a table for our visiting artists to sketch or paint. Drop by and see us if you’re near Sperryville or little Washington! Address is 12625 Lee Highway, Washington, VA.
Photograph courtesy of Carole Pivarnik
Looking for lovely handmade jewelry and beautiful paintings and cards? Visit Leslie Barham & Richard Young at the Arts & Crafts Show.
Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 8:30 am – 2 pm.
Madison County Literacy Council Holiday Shopping Event
Madison County Fire Department – 1223 N. Main Street, Madison, VA
An invitation to the Middle Street Gallery, Washington, VA. Solo and group shows in the new gallery right next door to the Inn at Little Washington.
Solo show by Rosabel Goodman-Everard, Doodling in the Dark, and group show featuring Mary Allen and other Middle Street Gallery Artists.
Through January 14, 2018
Middle Street Gallery, 325A, Middle Street, Washington, VA.
Painting by Rosabel Goodman-Everard
Painting Virginia: Invitational Exhibition
Wayne Theatre Gallery, 521 W Main St, Waynesboro, VA.
Exhibit runs through February 25, 2018, and features six premier Virginia artists who work in plein air: Shay Herring Clanton, M. Stephen Doherty, Christine Rooney, Chee Kludt Ricketts, Peg Sheridan and Jeffrey Stockberger.
Their works highlight Virginia as a land rich and abundant in natural beauty with mountains, valleys, forest, rivers, streams and ocean landscapes.
“There is a determination and enthusiasm demonstrated in this work to capture a mood or emotion, a fleeting moment in time where the visual imprint was interesting enough to follow the creative process through to completion,” curator Elizabeth Moss said. “The exhibit allows the viewer to explore the Blue Ridge Mountains, travel through the fields, forests and waterways of Virginia and celebrate each of the artist’s unique point of view and passion for the natural world.”
Chee Ricketts’ painting, “Reaching the Summit”.