The Co-op Gallery has installed a new exhibit for April and May 2013 with the theme “Mind the Gap”. The gallery is featuring Patty Powers’ fiber art as well as fourteen other co-op artists.
The Co-op Gallery has installed a new exhibit for February and March 2013 with the theme “Just Food”. The gallery is featuring the works of new members Rick Hughes and Sallie Sydnor as well as fourteen other co-op artists.
November 2 – December 7
Riverviews Artist Co-op Gallery (1st floor)
The second annual silent auction returns to the Co-op Gallery. The artists of Riverviews Artists Co-op Gallery will have pieces of art in a silent auction patrons can bid on from November 2 through December 7. Bidding sheets will be next to each piece of art with a minimum bid to start the process. Part or all of the money raised from the sales of these items will be donated to Riverviews. The show opens First Friday, November 2, 6:00pm.
Some of the auction pieces are shown below.
The Co-op Gallery will feature David Eakin’s mixed media, acrylic and oil paintings in November along with the works of 16 other co-op member artists.
Co-op member artist, Karen Bowden, will also be featured at the UpFront Gallery at the Academy of Fine Arts in November.
The Co-op gallery continues it’s fall theme of “Cornucopia” through October. Ginny McCraw is featured artist and will be exhibiting her oil paintings. The show opens First Friday, October 5, from 5:30 – 8:00pm.
The Co-op Gallery exhibit for September will feature artist Patty Powers and her fiber art. The theme for September and October is “Cornucopia”.
The Co-op Gallery continues it’s summer exhibit through August with the theme “Songs of Summer”. Featured artist for August is Gay Tucker with the show opening First Friday, August 3, from 5:30 – 8:00pm.
The Co-op Gallery has installed a new exhibit for April and May, featuring Rosalie Short’s oil paintings and the works of sixteen other co-op artists. The theme for April/May is “Metamorphoses”.
Co-op Gallery Artist Demo / Talk Every Third Thursday (room 110)
November 17, 12-1pm
“The Value of Play in the Creative Process”
Michael Twery will lead an informal discussion with participation on how serious work can result from creative play.
Michael grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia, the son of two artists/professors. He studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the San Francisco Art Institute, where he received his BFA & MFA degrees in painting. Michael has worked as an artist-in-residence and art instructor for over 20 years, exhibited work for over 30 years and currently works out of his studio in downtown Lynchburg.
Bring lunch and join us!