Uniquely Fredericksburg is an arts show celebrating works inspired by the Fredericksburg experience, sponsored by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library in partnership with the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts. The exhibit will run through June 30 at the Headquarters library.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 show!
Best in Show
Gregg E. Holmes - Dale
Computer Generated Art
1st Place: Carolyn R. Beever, Crossing the Rappahannock - Over & Over Again
2nd Place: Maura Harrison, Boundary - Embry Power Station
3rd Place: Carolun R. Beever, New Kid on the Block
Honorable Mention: Maura Harrison, Mary's Mantle - Saint Mary Church
1st Place: Susan Garnett, Fredericksburg Dog Fair
2nd Place: Faith Galliot, Leavin' the Station
1st Place: Sarah Lapp, Crossing
2nd Place: Elizabeth Shumate, Oh, It's Sophia Street
3rd Place: Jeremy Gann, Chica
Honorable Mention: Casey Alan Shaw, UMW Bell Tower
1st Place: Jim Ramsbotham, Spring Morning - The Tower
2nd Place: Marcia Chaves, The Crossing
3rd Place: Wendy Atwell-Vasey, Fork it Over Festival: Kids at Play
Honorable Mention: Casey Alan Shaw, Leaving Fredericksburg
1st Place: Milton McNatt, Wet Porch Screen in Spring
2nd Place: Adam Desio, Downtown Buzz
3rd Place: Milton McNatt, A Walk in Kenmore Park
Honorable Mention: Donna Hopkins, 2400 Diner
The Art First Gallery/Judith Merrill Emerging Artist Award:
Art First Gallery presented an award to the work they judge as the best in show from an emerging artist. The winner is Gregg E. Homes for his painting, Dale.
Jury & Judge: JeanAnn Dabb
JeanAnn Dabb is a professor of Art and Art History at the University of Mary Washington. She holds a B.A. from Weber State College, an M.A. from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst, and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
Click here for the list of accepted works.
Questions/Information please contact:
540/372-1144, ext. 226
Pick up exhibited work:
Headquarters Library, Meeting Room 2
Wednesday, July 1, 2:00–9:00
Thursday, July 2, 10:00–5:00