Interpretations of the James, A Traveling Exhibition
Curated by Beth Nichols and sponsored by the Art Center in Orange
Intrepretations of the James,an exhibition of works by twelve Virginia artists who have spent much of their careers studying the environs of Virginia´s Rivers, is traveling through State Art Centers during 2007.The exhibition is part of the celebration of the state´s anniversary celebration of the founding of Jamestown. Curated by Beth Nichols, the work ranges from images of the headwaters to paintings of the mouth of the river. Exhibiting artists are Ron Boehmer of Lynchburg, Richard Crozier of Charlottesville, Durwood Dommise, David Freed, Tom Hale, Frank Hobbs, Maruta Racenis, and Ephram Rubenstein of Richmond, Ray Kass of Blacksburg, Frederick Nichols of Barboursville, and Lindsay Nolting and Tom Tartaglino of Palmyra.
The exhibition was at the Art Center of Orange in March, the Lynchburg Academy of Fine Arts in Lynchburg in June, and will travel to the following locations:
July 31st - September 7th This Century Gallery , Williamsburg
November 11th - December 29th, Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, VA