EXHIBITS

EXHIBITS

“WALK ON THE WILD SIDE” Wildlife Art Exhibition

On View: March 5 –
MAY 30, 2020

Temporarily Closed to the Public
Watch ‘Virtual Gallery Tour’ of  Walk On The Wild Side!

 

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SPONSORED BY DAVENPORT & COMPANY
Walk on the Wild Side Exhibition

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‘Walk On The Wild Side’
Featured Artists Ryan Dockiewicz of Townsend, VA on the Eastern Shore and Spencer Tinkham of Norfolk, VA are extremely talented woodcarvers that create non-traditional birds and wildlife.

‘Walk On The Wild Side’ showcases 17 additional wildlife artists, in a variety of media: • Eric Baur • Suzanne Baur • Beth Blanchard • Gloria Coker • Donna Higgins Colson • Germaine Curry • Penny Duke • Ray Edmonds • James E. Gordon • Linda Hackworth • Gary Hansen • Jose Hernandez • Edward Higinbotham • Debbie Hobbs • Sam Maggio • Patricia Outland • Kris Ruyle.

Meet the Artists at the opening reception on Thursday, March 5, 5:30 -7:30 PM.

‘IN PLEIN SITE’ Exhibition

New Date!
On View: September 24, 2020 – October 31, 2020

On view at Suffolk Center’s
BB&T & Norfolk Galleries

Free & Open to the Public
Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-4pm

MEET THE ARTISTS
Thursday, September 24, 2020
OPENING RECEPTION: 5:30-7:30pm

Featured Artist: Thomas Bradshaw of Blackstone, VA

SPONSORED BY DAVENPORT & COMPANY

This exhibit, “In Plein Site” will include works that were created during the Plein Air Invitational 2020 in Suffolk on September 10-12 and other work in the plein air style.

What is Plein Air Painting?:
Plein air painting is about leaving the four walls of your studio behind and experiencing painting and drawing in the landscape. The practice goes back for centuries but was truly made into an art form by the French Impressionists. Their desire to paint light and its changing, ephemeral qualities, coupled with the creation of transportable paint tubes and the box easel—the precursor to the plein air easels of today—allowed artists the freedom to paint “en plein air,” which is the French expression for “in the open air.”

For more information on the Plein Air Invitational 2020 please visit the EVENT page.