Identity! RVA: Exploring our Humanity
Using the power of her in-demand headshot photography, Kim Brundage has set out to change not only how people see themselves, but also how others see them. Along with speaking to middle-school children and other groups about body confidence, Brundage is working on a photography exhibit called Identity! RVA: Exploring our Humanity, which will run May 18–July 8 at Crossroads Art Center. The still photos will be accompanied by video interviews of the subjects shot by Memories Videography.
Recent Oil Paintings
David Tanner is an award-winning representation painter. Over twenty new figurative and landscape paintings, all created in the last year, will make their gallery debut at Crossroads Art Center on May 18.
15th Anniversary Show
Curney Nuffer offers classes for beginning to advanced students at Crossroads Art Center. He has created customized, original class materials, including a suggested materials list, information on mixing a palette and paint application, thoughts on drawing and painting, and a sheet on the basic construction of the human face and body. He has taken students abroad to Italy, Portugal, and England to visit museums and paint en plein air in rural settings.
Dimensions in Nature
The Chester Artists Association is a not-for-profit association dedicated to artists, from student to professional, in and around the Chesterfield area. The group mentors artists and supports the arts of Chesterfield, Virginia, offering workshops, critiques, and educational training, and opportunities to exhibit.
A Wealth Builder. A Game Changer.
The Youth Business Exchange equips entrepreneurs ages 5-18 in Virginia with business essentials and support and to assist parents of youth entrepreneurs build a healthy foundation needed for their child to succeed in their ventures. We plan to achieve our mission by providing classes, workshops, mentorship and network opportunities for youth entrepreneurs to showcase their businesses.
These great business will be represented at the event in Classroom 2 and Crossroads:
Great food served by Ma Michele's Café and Dog Wagon at the open house event!
Peekaboo, acrylic, 45x72 inches (two-sided)
The Lovely Giant, oil, 46x84 inches
Colors of Spring, mixed media, 1716x1148 mm
Kaolin Wash, photography on metal, 24x48 inches
Marin County, oil, 32x32 inches