Tuesday, December 01, 2009

First Friday - December 4th

Join us at the Main Public Library this Friday, December 4th, for an opening reception for our new exhibiting artists! Visit with us from 7pm through 9pm and support our local talent on this upcoming First Friday.

Gellman Room
Focus Group Camera Club

Color and black-and-white images of a variety of subjects

"As serious photographers we promote the art of photography through shared experiences, workshops, and exhibits in a spirit of cooperation and fellowship. We are a friendly group of people who all love photography."

Learn more about the club, and view a gallery of works on their website here.

Dooley Foyer
Dave Decker

"Mughal Dreams in Color"

Distinctive rhythm parables from the Richmond Artist.
Dave has shown with the The Gallery @ ALB Tech.

Dooley Hall
Susan Gill Dull

"Coastal Landscapes"

Susan G. Dull comes from a family of artists in central and Northern Virginia. After graduating from Randolph Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg with a degree in art history/literature and a minor in photography, she spent the next 30 years working in photography.

Her life-long interest in photography led the way to oil painting, which Susan began in 1990. Her studies began with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Studio and would grow to include working under Emily Dashwood Naper at the Loughcrew School in Dublin, Ireland and, to pursue her interest in landscape painting, classes with Ross Merrill - Director of Conservation at the National Gallery. For the past 10 years she has painted at the Nimrod Hall Summer Arts Program in Bath Co., VA and studies in Richmond with Curney Nuffer. She uses oil paints on linen canvases and today paints landscapes (mostly plein air) and still lifes.

To view more of her work and learn more about her background as an artist, visit her website here.

2nd Floor Gallery
Richmond area high-school art students

"Holiday Art Cards"

Festive vintage cards by Richmond's local art students.

We look forward to seeing you this Friday!

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