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7th Annual Juried Art Show

Thirty-five artists from across the Commonwealth of Virginia will be represented in the 7th Annual Juried Art Show at Riverviews Artspace. The opening reception will take place on First Friday November 6th from 5:30 – 8:00 pm. Juror Mary Holland of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts will give a gallery talk and announce the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place award winners. Riverviews will serve complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine and beer will be available a cash bar. The 7th Annual Juried Show will remain on view through December 18th. Craddock-Terry Gallery Hours are 12-5 pm Wednesday – Sunday or by appointment, free and open to the public.

About the Juror: Mary Holland is the Director of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Studio School, an educator and a visual artist. She also coordinates ONE/OFF Printmakers, a group of Virginia-based Artists who exhibit together nationally and internationally. She has juried numerous exhibitions throughout Virginia.

Artists Represented in the 7th Annual Juried Show

Olivia Baker
John M. Bell
Deliece Blanchard
Meredith Bond
Larry Bowden
Richard Bronson
Janet Bruce
Allison Church
Gayle Cooley
Natalie Crawford
Kathy Cudlin
Alicia Dietz
Ed Dolinger
David Emmert
V. Len Foster
Karen Long Freidt
Gwendolyn Garrett
Erlene Hendrix
Kristin Herzog
Jill Jensen
Kurt Kindermann
Paul Klassett
Elizabeth Krome
Barbara Norman Lashley
Chatham Monk
Michael D. Morris
Amy Nichols
Alan Raasch
Chloë Rain
Hannah E. Scott
Pat Shahrokhi
Jeff Stockberger
Mel Talley
Melinda Wheeler
Shaun C. Whiteside


First Place — Dark Flow, Shaun C. Whiteside (Christiansburg), India ink on paper, 90” x 67”

Second Place — Thesaurus Nebula, Ed Dolinger (Bassett), watercolor, 24” x 24”

Third Place — Fallen Soldiers, Alicia Dietz (Richmond), Bass, Sapele, Cypress, Kevlar, fabric, ink, 62” x 26” x 24”

Honorable Mentions

Henry County Farmer, Barbara Norman Lashley (Roanoke), altered books, 12” x 6” x 6”

Pontypridd Pony, Allison Church (Staunton), photograph, 16” x 20”

I want to be Poetry, Chloë Rain (Fulks Run), acrylic mount art print on metallic paper, 40” x 30”

Rabbit Chase Hanging Plate, Chatham Monk (Lynchburg), porcelain clay with black underglaze, 9” x 8” x 2.5”

Faces, Mel Talley (Petersburg), archival pigment print, 29” x 36”, $800

Violent Volcano, Paul Klassett (Richmond), ceramics, 8” x 9” x 9”

Later Event: January 8
Chorus by Tuo Wang