Thirty-eight students in grades 9-12 from Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford and Westmoreland county particpated in this year's show. The talent is immense, the art is phenomenal and difficult choices were made. Local artist, Johnny Johnson, generously donated his time to judge the grades 11 and 12 contestants. Those artists experienced the other side of an art show and were the judges for those in grades 9-10.
Best in Show was awarded to senior, Katy Shepard for "Roman Myths of Love" (shown above)
Paintings by Edward Russell are on display in the Atrium Gallery through February.
The paintings in this exhibit were rendered in watercolor and gouache. Most of the scenes were found near Fredericksburg. Other locations include Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Montana.
Mr. Russell retired from the US Government in 1983 after serving thirty three years as Director-Curator, US Army Engineer Museum, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
See works by the students of Johnny Johnson's Watercolor Workshop through January in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.
View photographs by John Bice through November in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.
Wednesday, November 11, All day (9am-9pm), Headquarters Theater
Items from the Museum of Valor collection honoring all veterans and military, especially men and women from World War II, will be on display all day in the theater.
View mixed media collages by Bernardine Meyer through October in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.
Through good fortune, opportunity, and foreign travel, my art career has taken various paths.
Stop by Porter Branch to see the Stafford Piecemakers'ss 14th Annual Quilt Show.
This year's theme is "Celebrate the Seasons."
Friday, October 23 & Saturday, October 24, 10:00–5:00
Sunday, October 25, 1:00–5:00
Monday, October 26, 10:00–6:00
The Library of Virginia, with support from Capital One, is pleased to honor eight distinguished Virginians as African American Trailblazers for their contributions to the state and nation. Through education, advocacy, entertainment, or armed rebellion, these individuals demonstrate how African Americans have actively campaigned for better lives for themselves and their people.
The honorees are Dangerfield Newby, Evelyn Butts, Amaza Meredith, Claudia Whitworth, Oliver White Hill, John Cephas, Edna Lewis, and Leland Melvin. Find out more about each trailblazer by visiting the Library of Virginia web site.
View paintings by Brian Burgess through September in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery.