Downtown Blacksburg art

Whet Your Palette: Black & White Exhibit Opening

The subject and medium is up to you as long as work is in black and white.  We are planning a month-long display/exhibit to coincide and occur at the end of the show dates, so sculpture or other medium that needs pedestal display may be more limited.

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Whet Your Palette: Social Commentary Exhibit Opening

This show is not a forum for politics per se, but rather for concerns about more global issues such as environment, poverty, health care, family and relationships, national and cultural identity, economy, violence in society, social media, and lifestyle.  Poetry and music will also be considered.

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Whet Your Palette: Drawing & Sculpture Exhibit Opening

This dual show will feature drawings (dry medium such as pen and ink, pen, charcoal, etc.) and sculpture.  Artists may apply in one or both categories.

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Whet Your Palette: Transportation Exhibit Opening

Join us February 7 for our exhibit on all things transportation, featuring railroad photography by Kirk Carter, paintings by Marie Collier, travel photography from India by Alex Crookshanks, travel journal paintings by Zoe Katz, the “Train Diaries” series by printmaker and photographer L.S. King, travel photography from Cuba by Susan Lockwood, and prints and paintings by Michele Walter.

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Whet Your Palette: Printmaking Exhibit

Join us July 19 for our medium-rich Printmaking exhibit featuring block prints by Erin Collins, inkjet and plexiglass layering technique work by Alex Crookshanks, Vietnamese landscape woodcut prints by RU MFA student Lam Tung Dinh, serigraphy by potter and printmaker Kathy Elich, multimedia and textile printing by Andrew Hill, prints by RU MFA student, printmaker and photographer L.S. King, prints and accompanying sculptures by Darcy Meeker, and calligraphy and prints by Elvira Skuzinski.

 

 

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Downtown Art Walk

Please join us for an evening of art in downtown Blacksburg. Gallery spaces will participate in the Art Walk which is FREE and open to all! Rain or shine the place to be for an evening of arts and culture is Downtown Blacksburg! During this time, we will have on display our Springtime garden-themed exhibit featuring artists Charles Bruce, Caleb Flood, Andrew Hill, Ava Howard, Rita Montrosse, Isaac Preston, Ann Shawhan, Annie Waldrop, and George Wills. Small refreshments on hand.  More information about all the participating galleries can be found at the Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. website

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