This interview airs beginning March 9.
Ashley Belyea brought her talent, charm, and skill to the hearts of the beleaguered children and young women in Bosnia. Her program, Nas Svijet created dance workshops and opportunities never before experienced. Debby Klein talks to Ashley about her involvement and the future of this inspiring program on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
Works by Gunther Meyer are on display in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through February.
See selected works below.
This interview airs beginning February 16.
During an exhibit of his work in the duPont Gallery at the University of Mary Washington, Joe DiBella talked about art, his love of teaching, and the 25 years reflected in the exhibition.
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Artwork by the students of Johnny Johnson's workshop is on display in the Headquarters Library Atrium Gallery and theater this January.
See selected works below.
Graycliff Garden's Cat by Pat Knock
Acrylic on board, $200
See paintings by Nancie Harris in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through November.
Not for sale
Strokes of Brilliance: Dorothy Bourdon, Bev Bley, Penny Hicks, Kay L. Roscoe
The four of us have painted individually for a number of years. We began painting together nearly eight years ago when introduced to a studio and gallery in Richmond, For Arts Sake, owned by internationally known artist Anne Chaddock. Through Anne we have taken painting trips to France, Ireland, and Italy. We have shown as a group at Studio A, Salem Church Library, Keystone Coffee, and Headquarters Library. As individual artists our paintings have been selected for juried shows at FCCA and Liberty Town in Fredericksburg as well as Crossroads Gallery and For Arts Sake in Richmond. We have entered the Fredericksburg Fine Arts Show and King George Art Guild Show.
Artwork on exhibit through October.
Tequila Sunset by Penny Hicks
Film noir is not easily defined. The actual words come from French and mean "black cinema." It was in France during the post-war years that the term was used to describe a certain set of Hollywood films that were saturated with a darkness and cynicism that was not seen before. These movies included The Maltese Falcon (1941), Double Indemnity (1944), Laura (1944), and Murder, My Sweet (1944).
Uniquely Fredericksburg is the library's biennial juried art show featuring works inspired by our region.
Cash prizes are awarded in painting, drawing/printmaking, photography, computer generated art, and mixed media.
The exhibit runs through September 28 at Headquarters Library.
Works are available for purchase.
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Brandon Newton, High on Princess