Works by the Figure Drawing Group of Fredericksburg are on display in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through the end of July.
The Figure Drawing Group of Fredericksburg was founded on May 5, 2010 and meets every Monday night, 6:45 to 9:30pm, at Read All Over Books, 307 William Street.
The drawing session is uninstructed drawing from a live model, and open to all who love to draw in a relaxed atmosphere, at your own pace (over 18 for unclothed sessions, please). Poses range from 5 to 30 minutes.
Bring your own drawing supplies and support board or easel. Dry media only, please.
Cost is $15 for each session. Arrive on time, as the door will be locked at 7 to protect our models.
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This interview airs beginning July 6.
You may lose yourself or find yourself in a Bill Harris painting, but you will always be fascinated. Bill Harris meets with Debby Klein, in his studio, to talk about his work and the thoughts and experiences that inspire him.
Skiffle Lounge on the Sound - sounds like a cool scene for a hot night. Come out Monday night to see Harry & Larry, Hale & Buck at Music on the Steps! Music on the Steps happens every Monday during the summer at Headquarters library.
Find out about Harry & Larry, Hale and Buck in the Free Lance-Star, then come hear them play at 7pm this evening.
Come join the England Run Branch on Monday, June 27th at 7pm for the post-apocalyptic comedy Delicatessen, the first film in our summer series, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet starring Marie-Laure Dougnac and Dominique Pinon.
A futuristic comic feast about a landlord of an apartment building who occasionally prepares a delicacy for his odd tenants.
French with English Subtitles
Lorie McCown holds a Bachelor's Degree in Art from California State University, Long Beach, and attended San Diego State University's Graduate Art program. She was formally trained in drawing, painting and art history. She has made art all her life, mainly in the fields of drawing, painting, paper, yarn and fiber. She lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Fiber works by Lorie McCown will be on display in the Headquarters Library Atrium Gallery through June.
Take Refuge, $175
This interview airs beginning June 1.
Elizabeth Seaver’s printmaking covers a wide range of styles and appears on many surfaces, which result in delightful, often whimsical, works of art and artifacts. She has collaborated with students and teachers, and she has produced, as well, individual items that reflect her interest in photography. Debby Klein visits Elizabeth at LibertyTown Arts Workshop where Elizabeth maintains her studio on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
This interview airs beginning May 18.
Lifetime Achievement Award winner Fred Franklin was recognized for his work with young people as an outstanding drama teacher for 38 years. He talks about his career and his approach to life with Debby Klein on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
Paintings by Priscilla Young and Barbara Thelin Preston are featured in the Headquarters Library Atrium Gallery through May.
In my memories, moments of delight have involved an observation, which often occurs during an insignificant event; the emergence of a cicada from its cocoon, the motionless stance of a prayting mantis, the wild flight of horned beetles around a solitary night light from my bedroom window, or the translucent body of a small putty colored lizard in my hand.
The first decade of my life was spent in Southeast Asia where some of my most vivid images are of insects. I recall unworldly colors and shapes, and the constant background song whose volume rises and falls as the day unfolds.
My most recent watercolors are an attempt to celebrate these memories, which were triggered by visits to the Naturalist Center in Leesburg, Virginia. Currently, I have been consolidating a collection of naturally expired insects for reference in the studio.
Acrylic on canvas, $550
Come join the England Run Branch for the monthly film series Classics in the Afternoon that celebrates the great pictures from the Golden Age of Hollywood!
On Thursday, May 12th at 2pm come see the Singin' Swingin' Glorious Feelin' Technicolor Musical about the difficulty of transitioning away from the silent screen and onto the silver screen, Singin' in the Rain (1952) starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Conner, and Debbie Reynolds.
Come join the Rappahannock Film Club and the Central Rappahannock Regional Library for Il Postino at the Headquarters Library on Tuesday, May 10th at 7:00pm.