Art & Exhibits

Exhibits | Art Shows

Exhibiting at the Library

Every month, library branches feature local art for our customers to enjoy. See upcoming, current, and past exhibits

Artists
If you are interested in exhibiting your artwork, please read our guidelines for exhibiting art in the library.
Sign up for our artist mailing list to stay informed about our art shows, classes, and events.
If you have questions, contact Travis Fox, travis.fox@crrl.org or 540-372-1144 x7019.


Fredericksburg Branch

December: 2017 Teen Art Show Winners​

Upcoming exhibits:
January 2018: Johnny Johnson's Water Media Workshop
February 2018: Nepali Sister City Association
 



England Run Branch

December: Angela Hopkins Maniece​

Artist's Statement: "After retiring from the military and a life governed by rules and regulations, I began to discover another side of myself. An Easter painting project with my children evolved into a passion for painting with acrylic paints on terra cotta flower pots. A challenge from a fellow artist led to my expanding my horizons and painting on canvas. I quickly realized I have an intense love of faces and a need to create portraits. While attending the University of Mary Washington, exposure to ceramic arts sparked a desire in me to create portraits out of clay. Always amazed by new forms of art, I continue to experiment and incorporate them into my pieces. I am not sure where my art is going but I am excited to continue to on this journey."

Upcoming exhibits:
January 2018: Angela Maniece
February 2018: TBA
Art Over Fireplace: Jeanne Tanks

 


Porter Branch

December: Lori Pikkaart 

Upcoming exhibits:
January 2018: Callie Turner
February 2018: TBA



Salem Church Branch

December: Barb Vanscyoc​

Upcoming exhibits:
January 2018: TBA
February 2018: TBA

 


Snow Branch

Upcoming exhibits: TBA


Art Shows

Uniquely Stafford

Uniquely Fredericksburg

Uniquely Spotsylvania

Teen Art Show

The Teen Art Show is held annually at Headquarters Library. The two artists who receive first place (grades 9-10 and grades 11-12) are given their own show in the Atrium the following December.