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Chesapeake Bay Art Association Exhibit

CBAA 59th Members Art Show
ON VIEW: MAY 19 – JUNE 24, 2022
OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, MAY 19, 5 – 7 PM, Free & Open to the Public

Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts is excited to present a new art exhibition featuring the Artists in the Chesapeake Bay Art Association.

Chesapeake Bay Art Association (CBAA) Spring Members Art Show features 36 CBBA Artists, and 9 High School Students, and 98 works of art. At CBAA’s Annual Spring Members’ Show, they award at least one scholarship (usually many more) to deserving high school seniors who will be continuing their art education in the fall.

CBAA was founded in Ocean View, Norfolk, VA on August 8, 1961. The CBAA is a Hampton Roads artist’s group that gets together and makes art, talks about art, looks at art, and raises money for young artists to go to art school. CBAA puts on the best outdoor art show in Hampton Roads, the Ocean View Art Show in October. Our meetings are held at the Mary Pretlow Library in Ocean View every third Tuesday at 6:45 and everyone is welcome to visit and apply for membership.

GALLERIES SPONSORED BY:
Sponsor: Davenport & Company
Sponsor: Suffolk News Herald
Sponsor: Smithfield Times
Sponsor: Tidewater News
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Judge Kyle Kogut

CBAA Art Judge: Kyle Kogut

Kyle Kogut (b. 1990 Philadelphia, PA) is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in drawing and sculpture. Kogut graduated with an MFA from the Mount Royal School of Art multidisciplinary program at MICA in 2016. He received his BFA from Tyler School of Art in 2012. His work has been included in group shows nationally and has had solo and two person exhibitions in Baltimore, Chicago, Philadelphia, College Park MD, Detroit, Richmond, and New York. Kogut was a member of FJORD and taught at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA from 2016-2018. Kogut lived in Richmond, VA where he taught at Virginia Commonwealth University from 2018-2021 and was awarded a Space Grant in the Summer Studio Program at the Anderson in 2019. He will be attending the Summer Residency Program at the Wassaic Project in 2022. He currently resides in Norfolk, VA serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting at Old Dominion University.

There are 36 CBAA Artists and 9 Students featured in the CBAA Members Art Show, * indicates Students.

Julie Beasley / Chesapeake, VA
Marianne Bechtle / Virginia Beach, VA
*Jaylah Belton / Churchland High School
Hyeja Billy / Chesapeake, VA
Alisha Brown / Norfolk, VA
Sherri Brown / Norfolk VA
Gina Buzby / Norfolk, VA
Kathleen Bruce / Chesapeake, VA
*Madison Clarke / Churchland High School
Vivian Davis / Norfolk, VA
Lesley Hildreth / Virginia Beach, VA
Tonya Hopson / Norfolk, VA
*Gabriella Garza / Kellam High School
Vanessa Golson / Norfolk, VA
Mick Grochowski / Norfolk, VA
Loren Hoffmann / Virginia Beach, VA
Ruth Johndrow / Chesapeake, VA
Eafrica Johnson / Chesapeake, VA
Monica Johnson / Norfolk, VA
Tee Jay Jones / Virginia Beach, VA
Maggie Kerrigan / Virginia Beach, VA
*Jada Kimble / Churchland High School
Amy Lee / Norfolk, VA

Sue Mangan / Norfolk, VA
Janet Matthews / Virginia Beach, VA
Ed Obermeyer / Virginia Beach, VA
Janet Osborne / Chesapeake, VA
Val Parnell / Virginia Beach, VA
*Alexia Pilpot / Landstown High School
Kathy Rantanen / Norfolk, VA
Alan Rickman / Virginia Beach, VA
*Camellia Robertson / Norfolk Academy
Jorge Saenz / Virginia Beach, VA
Michael Schimmel / Virginia Beach, VA
Brenda M. Siegel / Chesapeake, VA
Ellen Sinclair / Virginia Beach, VA
Brandon Thompson / Virginia Beach, VA
John Tobin / Chesapeake, VA
*Jade Van Vactor / Deep Creek High School
*Peyton Waters / Granby High School
Tosha Watkins / Suffolk, VA
Shirley Whitenack / Carrollton, VA
Christian Williams / Norfolk, VA
Jake Wille / Virginia Beach, VA
*Jay Yanello / Landstown High School

Here is a sneak peek of a few of the artworks in CBAA’s Member Art Show!

Chesapeake Bay Art Association Exhibit

Walk on the Wild Side 2022

Walk on The Wild Side 2022
ON VIEW: March 24 – May 3, 2022
OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, March 24th, 5:30 – 7:00 PM

Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts presents an exciting new art exhibition, Walk on the Wild Side, depicting the beauty of wildlife throughout our region and the world. The exhibit features highly collectible decoys, wildlife, and waterfowl art.

Walk on the Wild Side art exhibition showcases wildlife artists working in woodcarving, paints, sculpture, photography, and mixed media. This exhibition showcases many talented wildlife artists while featuring six artists: carvers Jim Gordon, Art Latimer, Marty Linton, Doug Brady, wildlife painter Linda Phillips, and wildlife photographer and painter Janet Ogren.

WotWS Peoples Choice Award VOTING


VOTE for your favorite Walk on The Wild Side 2022 piece of wildlife artwork in the People’s Choice Award through May 3, 2022.

Suffolk Center’s two award-winning Art Galleries are FREE and OPEN to the public, Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10 AM – 4 PM.

Enjoy this 2-minute Gallery Tour of ‘WALK on the WILD SIDE’ wildlife art exhibition. Suffolk Center’s art galleries are brimming with 179 amazing artworks created by 48 Artists: decoys, paintings, sculptures, mixed media work, and wildlife photographs.

GALLERIES SPONSORED BY:
Sponsor: Davenport & Company
Sponsor: Suffolk News HeraldSponsor: Smithfield Times
Sponsor: Tidewater News

Walk on the Wild Side 2022 FEATURED ARTISTS

Artist Jim Gordon

Jim Gordon
Medium: Sculptor/Carver

Featured Artist
JIM GORDON
After retiring as Director of Court services in Virginia’s Fifth Judicial District, Jim Gordon decided to see if he had any talent or promise in wood carving.  He had been a fan of folk art and, specifically wood carving, for years and was envious of friends Ryan Dockiewicz and Pete Peterson, who could turn a block of juniper into something both creative and beautiful, with what appeared to him to be of little effort.  Approximately four years ago, he completed his first piece—a snow goose silhouette, that he gave to his sister, Jan.  She fell in love with these birds while on a nature trip.  His attempts at making birds, fish, marine mammals, and the like has been an adventure for him ever since, but he has learned something with each piece he makes.

Artist Marty Linton

Marty Linton
Medium: Decoy Artist

Featured Artist
MARTY LINTON
Marty is originally from a small island on the bayside of the Eastern Shore of Virginia called Saxis.  Water-fowling has not always been a tradition but a way of life for this small community of islanders.  Marty is no exception; he keeps the tradition alive by producing beautiful wildfowl art. Marty began his carving career at the age of 12 with Gerald Moore of Saxis Island.  He continued through high school working with other carvers.  Marty really began to take carving serious in 2005 when he started working with Chincoteague carver Arthur Leonard on gunning birds.

Over the past ten years, Marty took an interest in antique decoys.  In 2010, he entered the Lem and Steve Ward World Championship contemporary antique class for the first time and won 1st place in his category.  In the same year, he won 2nd Best in Show in Havre de Grace, Md.  Again in 2011, he entered the World Championship and won second place in the antique class with an antique goose and Best in Show at Havre de Grace with a shell duck drake. Since he started competing in 2010 Marty has several Best in show wins including the Lem and Steve Ward World Championship Contemporary Antique Division in 2018

Marty’s style of carving birds is inspired by many different locations and carvers.  His most recent master piece, a Northampton Virginia style Curlew, won the Lem and Steve Ward World Championship in Contemporary Antique division. This master piece was inspired by Cobb and Chincoteague styles.  Marty said his love for making antique decoys was inspired by many master carvers all over the Eastern Shore.

Artist Linda Phillips

Linda Phillips
Medium: Wildlife Painter

Featured Artist
LINDA PHILLIPS
Her love of the natural surroundings is reflected in the beauty and splendor of her subjects. Noted for her unusual ability to capture distinct details through soft, muted colors and tones, her work has an endearing quality and sensuality that delights the eye and touches the sol of everyone who sees it.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Linda developed a natural skill for drawing at an early age. She still approaches each new subject with that same child-like excitement and enthusiasm. As a self-taught artist, her work is unique and distinctive.

Linda’s art is displayed in galleries throughout the region. However, being semi-retired now, she produces only a limited number of works annually, primarily for select exhibitions and organizations. Well known for her generosity, thousands of dollars are raised each year because of her art donations to those organizations fund raising campaigns. Linda’s studio is in Suffolk, VA near the historic villages of Crittenden and Eclipse. Should you desire an appointment or further information, please call Linda at 757-620-9106.

Artist Janey Ogren

Janet Ogren
Medium: Wildlife Photographer & Painter

Featured Artist
JANET OGREN
I never attempted to create Art until I was 50 years old. It started with a dare from a neighborhood friend and instruction from a VB MOCA drawing class. At about that same time, I first went for my first trip to Kenya to photograph Wildlife.

Years and many classes and hours of practice later, I have developed my color filled style. Since I am a photographer, I choose to use only my photos as reference for my oil paintings and continue to explore different angles of light on my Wildlife subjects.

Currently, I have a studio with photography and paintings at The Virginia Beach Art Center and paintings at Beach Gallery in Virginia Beach. Learn more at: janetogrenphotography.com

Artist Doug Brady

Doug Brady
Medium: Woodcarver

Featured Artist
DOUG BRADY
I grew up on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in the small town of Oyster. I still reside on the shore today and I enjoy the quite way of life and everything to do with the water.

In the early 1990’s a relative of mine started carving ducks and shore birds. The first time I saw them I immediately had an interest in them. I started carving miniature ducks then moved on to shore birds. As I carved I thought about other things to try. I started doing fish and whales and eventually other things that were unique and different. I enjoy carving it takes time and patience but the finished product is worth it. I encourage anyone who is interested in trying carving to do so, they too may discover a hidden talent.

 

Artist Art Latimer

Art Latimer
Medium: Fish Carver

Featured Artist
ART LATIMER
Is Air Force retired, from the Eclipse Village of Suffolk, VA, married to the former Mary Ainslie Saunders Hazelwood, started carving and painting fish, salt and fresh water species, in 1992. An avid fisherman, when he could not catch fish, he made them from wood and copper.

Art initially made them from old barn wood and called them folk fish as they were not painted in their true colors but a combination of colors women and men alike seemed to prefer. He sold hundreds of them in retail stores, museums, craft shows and from a website. He then started carving and painting fish in their original shapes and colors and has sold hundreds more, plus donating many to local charities, his Rotary Club, churches, and other organizations.

He makes them in many different sizes from 6 to 40 inches. Most of them he places on wood bases, but uses “rusted” fish stringer chain for hanging some fish. Some customers prefer patina copper fins; others prefer the burned copper look.

An idea for a different fish resulted in him painting a rockfish in college colors and using logo stickers to further id them. He refers to them as collegiate fish. Sold them to his north Suffolk rotary members for $100 each and donated $50 for each fish sold to a rotary charity. Others saw them and placed orders for their college or their kids’ college. They make unique, great gifts. He found “Nemo” which has become a favorite for many. Special orders can be sent to art thru the Suffolk cultural art center gift shop. Picture is of Art working in work clothes in his workshop where he is most days.

 

Walk on the Wild Side 2022

Suffolk Sister Cities International Exhibit

Suffolk Sister Cities International
Young Artists and Authors Event 2022

Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All
ON VIEW:
February 3 – March 1, 2022
OPENING:
Thursday, February 3, 2022,  6:30 PM – 8 PM. This event is FREE & OPEN to the public.

Visit Art Galleries on Tuesdays – Saturdays 10 AM – 4 PM.

Suffolk Sister Cities International
Davenport
Sponsor: Suffolk News HeraldSponsor: Smithfield Times
Sponsor: Tidewater News
Arts Support
Generation Rescue Sustainable Water for All
YAAS Winners!

Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All
An Exhibit featuring the work of Suffolk students 13 and 18 years of age.

ON VIEW: February 3 – March 1, 2022
OPENING Reception:
Thursday, February 3 @ 6:30 PM
FREE & Open to the Public

Sister Cities International aims to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time. This year’s theme is Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All. Climate change has become an undeniably harsh reality in our lives, making the importance of raising awareness and taking action more essential every day. As temperatures rise, water patterns are disrupted, ecosystems are disturbed, cultures are affected, and energy resources are proven to be unsustainable for long-term use. These ongoing changes impact our local and global communities in every aspect, and youth are the key to tackle this global reality.

In line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Sister Cities International will adopt climate change as the overarching theme for its Young Artists and Authors Showcase in both 2022 and 2023. For the 2022 competition, SCI is proud to invite all its youth members to create submissions that highlight the importance of climate change and its impact on water resources. The official 2022 Young Artists and Authors Showcase theme is Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All.

Suffolk Sister Cities International sponsors an annual Young Artists and Authors Showcase that help foster a sense of global citizenship and goodwill for young students. Winners from this juried exhibit of both artwork and writers will go on to compete with students throughout the country. Suffolk has two Sister Cities: Suffolk County, England and Oderzo, Italy.


For more information on Suffolk Sister Cites International please visit: https://www.sistercities.org/2022-yaas

Suffolk Sister Cities International Exhibit

The Suffolk Center Project

THE SUFFOLK CENTER PROJECT
An exhibit of works by SCCA students and their instructors.

ON VIEW: January 13  – 27, 2022
OPENING: Thursday, January 13 @ 5:30 – 7:00 PM

FREE & OPEN to the public.
Visit the Art Galleries Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM, or by appointment.

Davenport
Sponsor: Suffolk News Herald
Sponsor: Smithfield Times
Sponsor: Tidewater News
Arts Support
Suffolk Center Project

A virtual sneak peek at this art exhibition!

Amber-Gwaltney-Bee-Butt

Amber Gwaltney
Bee Butt

Barbara Harris Red Roof mountain house

Barbara Harris
Red Roof Mountain House

Beth Blanchard Peppermint

Beth Blanchard
Peppermint

Karen_Sallaz_Pitchkettle Point

Karen Sallaz
Pitchkettle Point

Phyllis Quire The Flight

Phyllis Quire
The Flight

Student Regina Deval in Barbara Harris Plein Air Class

Student Regina Deval in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air Class

Karen Sallaz in Barbara Harris class

Student Karen Sallaz in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air class

Sandy Waters in Barbara Harris Plein Air Class

Sandy Waters in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air Class

Student Mary Katherine Hogg in Barbara Harris Plein Air Class

Student Mary Katherine Hogg in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air Class

Penny Pickel in Barbara Harris' Class

Student Penny Pickel in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air Class

Cindy Lane in Barbara Harris' Plein Air Class

Cindy Lane in Barbara Harris’ Plein Air Class

The Suffolk Center Project

Southside Artists Association

Southside Artists Association presents:
‘Out of the Shadows, INTO THE LIGHT’

ON VIEW: November 4 – December 17, 2021
OPENING: Thursday, November 4th @ 5:30 – 7:00 PM
CLOSING RECEPTION: Friday, December 17th @ 6:00 – 7:00 PM: People’s Choice Award winner announced.

FREE & OPEN to the public.
Visit the Art Galleries Tuesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM, or by appointment.

Southside Artist Association Website
Davenport
Sponsor: Suffolk News Herald
Sponsor: Smithfield Times
Sponsor: Tidewater News
Arts Support
SOLACE logo with Sponsors

Southside Artists Association’s ‘Out of the Shadows, INTO THE LIGHT’ opened last night, November 4, 2021! Juror James Warwick Jones had the difficult job of selecting winners from an outstanding body of artwork featuring 24 artists, with 57 paintings, and 3 wood-turned pieces.

SAA Exhibition Winners: 
First Place: Cliff Guard, “Mahogany Spiral Vase”
Second Place: Jackie Cavish, “Peony Riot”
Third Place: Wilma Clark, “Beach Bum”
Honorable Mention: Cindy Guard, “Deep Mysteries”
Honorable Mention: Mary Lou Andrews, “Hidden Jewels”
Novice Winner: Brian Ross, “Coming Into the Light ” and “HP2312 SB1406 2021
Special Mention: Susanne Rauch, “A Walk in Northwest River Park”
People’s Choice Award TBD Voting ends DEC. 17th ~ Winner announced during Closing Reception!

Southside Artists Association’s mission- “The objective of this organization shall be to promote the creation and appreciation of fine art in the South Hampton Roads area in the Commonwealth of Virginia, to encourage artistic talent and to support such civic endeavors as well as enhance the beauty and cultural development of the South Hampton Roads area.” Southside Artists Association was established in 1965 as the Chesapeake Art Guild. As our organization grew, we added members from Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Norfolk, Chesapeake, and North Carolina. The name was changed to accommodate the addition of these areas.

Don’t miss ‘Out of the Shadows, INTO THE LIGHT’ is on view NOV. 4th – DEC. 17th. This event is FREE & Open to the Public: Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM – 4 PM.

Juror James Warwick Jones

JUROR
James Warwick Jones studied at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts with Will Barnet, Walter Stuempfig, Louis Sloan, and others 1965-68, before graduating Magna Cum Laude form Old Dominion University with a B.S. in Secondary Arts Education in 1971. After teaching in the public schools and working 37 years at arts centers and museums, he retired as a Gallery Manager at The Charles Taylor Visual Arts Center. Over the past 57 years, he has exhibited in more than 300 exhibitions and won over 150 awards. His work is in public and private collections including the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

A Virtual sneak peek of the SAA Exhibition:

Tom Paulk Rocks Around The Block

Tom Paulk
Rocks Around The Block

Wilma Clark Tangier Crab Shacks

Wilma Clark
Tangier Crab Shacks

Wreatha Dalton Earth Dance

Wreatha Dalton
Earth Dance

P. Barcita Rory

Pamela Barcita
Rory

Rebecca Davis Spring Snow

Rebecca Davis
Spring Snow

Sandy West Early Morning Light

Sandy West
Early Morning Light

Susanne Rauch A Walk At Northwest River Park

Susanne Rauch
A Walk At Northwest River Park

Lisa Anderson Out of the Darkness

Lisa Anderson
Out of the Darkness

Lois Thomas Hampton Marina

Lois Thomas
Hampton Marina

Lucy Auer Somewhere In Time

Lucy Auer
Somewhere In Time

Mary Lou Andrews Hidden Jewels

Mary Lou Andrews
Hidden Jewels

Maryse Satz Red Light Over Pumpkin

Maryse Satz
Red Light Over Pumpkin

Pauline Vance Morning Mist Zions

Pauline Vance
Morning Mist Zions

HyeJa Billie In The Beginning

HyeJa Billie
In The Beginning

Jackie Cavish Backyard Light

Jackie Cavish
Backyard Light

John O'Neil Sundown

John O’Neil
Sundown

Cinde Downs Visiting The Baby

Cinde Downs
Visiting The Baby

Cindy Guard Deep Mysteries

Cindy Guard
Deep Mysteries

Cliff Guard Burl Vessel

Cliff Guard
Burl Vessel

Conway Telfeyan La Cocinera

Conway Telfeyan
La Cocinera

Brian Ross Coming to Light

Brian Ross
Coming to Light

Carolyn Riley Class Act

Carolyn Riley
Class Act

Brenda Lawrence Walking Into Sunshine

Brenda Lawrence
Walking Into Sunshine

Bonnie Kaczmarczyk Sunlight In Blackwater

Bonnie Kaczmarczyk
Sunlight In Blackwater

Learn more about SAA!

Southside Artists Association

SOLACE Healing Through the Arts

SOLACE: Healing Through the Arts!
ON VIEW: October 1 – 23, 2021
OPENING: Friday, October 1 @ 5:30 – 7:30 PM

FREE & OPEN to the public.

Davenport
Arts Support
Chasing The Light

‘SOLACE: Healing Through the Arts’
An Exhibit featuring the healing artwork by the Community!

Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts is proud to open SOLACE: Healing Through the Arts featuring visual arts, performances, and community Workshops over a six-week period, October and November. This series aims to bring individuals of all backgrounds together to find solace or healing from trauma, illness, isolation, grief, and/or related experiences, including, but not limited to, the past year’s world, national, and local events. The SOLACE Visual Art exhibition opens on October 1, 2021 during the Welcome Back Open House and runs through October 23, 2021. The SOLACE: OPEN Mic Night showcases the community with performing arts, like dance, song, and poetry, on November 5, 2021 at 8 PM. Both events are free and open to the public.

‘SOLACE started as an experiment. Typically, our galleries at the Suffolk Center host invitational exhibits — amazing, curated displays of artistic ability and prowess. What makes SOLACE so special is that for this exhibit, we invited anyone in our community to contribute their work, no matter their background, medium, education, or skill level, to tell their story of healing through art.’ shares Lorelei Costa Morrow, Suffolk Center’s Executive Director and CEO.

And what a treasure trove — and potent time capsule — the center received from the community. ‘We are proud that this exhibit includes work of such tremendous artistic skill as Torey Hall’s powerful drawing, Hides the Sun, Nansemond. Yet we are just as proud to display works by students, including three paintings by children, who received our art kits at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters as part of the SOLACE initiative.’ shares Rick Byrd, Suffolk Center’s Education Manager.

These pieces tell such a diversity of trauma and healing experiences. Diana Veazey’s sculpture, Broken, shows the artist’s feelings after a breast cancer diagnosis; C. Edward Vann’s oil paintings are haunting depictions of pain. Lisa Jeffress’s acrylic painting, Serenity, was planned to be a gift for a cousin who then passed away unexpectedly; Pat Eelman’s photograph, All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go, depicts longing and loneliness during COVID. Elizabeth Blanchard’s oil paintings are an expression of the solace she finds in nature and in her faith; Walt Hardy’s work, Free at Last: FREE AT LAST! is a celebration of Juneteenth and speaks to an escape from bondage. Renee Cowan’s acrylic works show her hope for a united America.

In various works, you can see anger, grief, fear, peace — and in some pieces, even joy. For some artists, these pieces are expressions of healing, or the need for healing. For others, creating these works became their process for healing. As artist Maia Micou wrote in her SOLACE art statement: “Mental health is a battle and I want my artwork to raise awareness to something that we all face every day. If I can inspire anyone out there to keep going and to fight, my art has done its job.”

We hope the community will discover a piece of art within the SOLACE galleries that resonates with them, or inspires them!


Broken by Diane Veazey
Hides the Sun, Nansemond
Blues by Maia Micou
It's In The Eyes by Barbara Anne Harris
Free at last: FREE AT LAST! by Walt Hardy
SOLACE Healing Through the Arts

Chasing The Light

‘Chasing The Light’
ON VIEW: July 29 – Sept. 4, 2021
OPENING: Thursday, July 29 @ 5:30 PM

FREE & OPEN to the public.

Davenport
Arts Support
Chasing The Light

‘Chasing The Light’
An Exhibit featuring the work of the Suffolk Plein Air Society

On View: July 29 – September 4, 2021
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 29, 2021 at 5:30 PM
FREE & Open to the Public

In preparation for September’s Suffolk Plein Air Festival 2021, the Suffolk Plein Air Society will have an exhibit in the award-winning galleries at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts from July 29 – September 4, 2021 titled “Chasing the Light.” Members of the Suffolk Plein Air Society will display pieces that they have created during their monthly second-Saturday painting sessions, or that they have created in their studios. Works will include landscapes, florals, animals, cityscapes, and abstracts—anything these prolific artists have been painting in oils, acrylics, or watercolor.

Meet the 20-member group during the opening reception on Thursday, July 29 at 5:30 p.m. in the BB&T and Norfolk Foundation Galleries.


For more information on joining the Suffolk Plein Air Society please visit: https://suffolkcenter.org/plein-air-society/
For more information on the Suffolk Plein Air Festival being held September 7 – 11, 2021 in Downtown Suffolk,  please visit: https://suffolkcenter.org/plein-air-invitational-2021/

Chasing The Light