January 20, 2005 Carrie Brown has been an associate editor at The Columbia Flyer and held a Henry Hoyns teaching fellowship at the University of Virginia’s MFA writing Carri program. She was awarded the Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Award for her first novel, Rose’s Garden, published in 1998; her later published work includes the novels Lamb in Love, The Hatbox Baby and Confinement, as well as The House on Belle Isle, a collection of short stories.
December 12 2004 – January 23, 2005
Work by Studio Art Quilt Associates of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Large-scale painterly takes on traditional idea of the quilt
October 15 – November 21, 2004
Chisler is a graduate of VCU sculpture department and has an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Kong, from Baltimore, Maryland, also has an MFA from RISD. She teaches at Corcoran College of Art. Sarah Tanguy wrote the catalog publication accompanying the show
August 20 – October 1, 2004
Hudson (MFA, University of Georgia), originally from DC area, long-time member of tri-state sculptors large showed organic abstractions carved from stone and wood. Reynolds exhibited smaller porcelain and ceramic abstractions. Repess, from Charlottesville, was one of the original members of McGuffey Art Center and has taught extensively in Charlottesville area. His works were large-scale funky realism
June 11 – August 4, 2004
An eclectic amalgam of artwork drawn from 32 artists associated with Riverviews.
Graham, a Chicago-based artist, now a faculty member of the art department of Virginia Tech exhibited large figurative abstractions in the Craddock-Terry Gallery and Evans (Piedmont Community College faculty) showed computer-manipulated photomontages in the Studio Gallery