Art Works Showcases Simply Photography Exhibit
January marks the 17th year of the annual Simply Photography exhibit at Art Works. Over the years it’s been so popular that it has been expanded it to include both the main and upstairs galleries as well as additional photography by groups and individuals in the three smaller galleries. The Simply Photography exhibit will be juried by John Henley—professional photographer and teacher at VCU.
The public is invited for an opening reception on January 24, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. with live music and refreshments. The exhibits continue through February 22, 2020. This event is free and open to the public.
Simply Photography 2020
Photographers get an opportunity to showcase their signature photographs in this juried show. Photography of all types including traditional, digital, manipulated and photographic mix-media are allowed. This exhibit will be juried by John Henley, professional photographer and teacher. The exhibit will be in the main gallery and the upstairs gallery.
Visual Improvisations by Ausra Huntington
This exhibit features semi-abstract photography inspired by the beauty of the natural word and music Ausra Huntington has pursued her passion for photography for over thirty years. Her images have been published in two books and exhibited in several personal, juried, and group shows in VA and abroad. Currently, Ausra is inspired by musical improvisations of different artists and bands, including classical, modern, bluegrass, rock and dance music. This new collection, Visual Improvisations, focuses on the natural, with a bit of digital mixed in, creating fascinating images of curves and colors that are made to resonate with the viewer’s own stories and appeal to people who love music, abstract art, and some of the “weird’ aka improvisations.
Camera Club of Richmond Exhibit
The Camera Club of Richmond meets regularly to pursue excellence in photography and offers its members activities, education, and image evaluations. The club was formed to promote the art of photography. This exhibit will be in the Centre Gallery.