Peri Schwartz Exhibition at Randolph-Macon College

Join us on February 24 from 3 to 5pm for the opening reception of Peri Schwartz: An exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints at the Flippo Gallery. The exhibition features Peri's series of still lifes and self portraits. The work is on view through March 29, 2019.

Sarah Irvin Featured on Artnet News

Congratulations to Sarah Irvin whose exhibition at Massey Klein Gallery made the Editors' Pick: 15 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week. Her exhibition The End & the Beginning is in collaboration with Alice Gibney and is on view through February 17.

Holiday Hours

Holiday Greetings, As 2018 comes to a close, I want to thank the hardworking gallery staff, the talent, drive and fearlessness of the artists we represent, and the amazing support of collectors for the gallery’s success for almost 20 years. Warmest wishes to all for a healthy and joyful holiday and a Happy New Year! We will be closed from December 24, 2018 through January 1, 2019.


Thanks to Karen Newton for her article on Gather opening December 14th. The article highlights four artists in the exhibition, S Ross Browne, Roberto Jamora, Fiona Ross, and Sayaka Suzuki.   "A new group show at Page Bond Gallery offers wide view of talent"

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It gives us great pleasure to invite you to the opening of our annual holiday group exhibition, GATHER, Friday December 14 from 6 to 8PM. We look forward to seeing you and wishing you a Happy Holiday.


Current exhibitions Voyage: Robin Braun and Nocturne: B Millner will be extended through December 8, 2018.


The gallery will be closed Thanksgiving Day and will reopen on Friday and Saturday with limited hours from noon until 5pm.


Join us Thursday, November 8th from 5 until 8pm for an Opening Reception in honor of gallery artist and architect Sanford Bond at the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design. A collection of art, furniture and paintings will be on view. The event is free and open to the public. Here is a link to the Museum’s website.