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 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.
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:
Rocks Around The Block
Tangier Crab Shacks
Early Morning Light
A Walk At Northwest River Park
Out of the Darkness
Somewhere In Time
Mary Lou Andrews
Red Light Over Pumpkin
Morning Mist Zions
In The Beginning
Visiting The Baby
Coming to Light
Walking Into Sunshine
Sunlight In Blackwater