Thank you Valerie Hubbard and Virginia Living for the kind words about our house at the river’s edge... a small house with a big personality.
" It’s an old idea, but you cannot escape the importance of time, the precise moment, and being in the right place in photography." Enjoy this great interview with photographer William Wylie on his artistic practice and series photographing Pompeii. Pompeii Time: An interview with photographer William Wylie
THANK YOU ED SLIPEK and Style Weekly for the lovely review of work by WILL BERRY! We greatly appreciate Ed's insight and kind words. WIll’s work is ephemeral and hard to capture in a photograph. It has to be seen in person to be appreciated. Come by the gallery for a closer look and a moment of quiet contemplation with these extraordinary and stunning works of art....
We love this drawing by Fiona Ross that was featured in the latest edition of King's Review academic journal. The piece "... when we could be diving for pearls..." illustrates an example of the complexities of the Jordan Curve theorem.
Thanks to Art Daily for their mention of Peri Schwartz' exhibition which opened at the Randolph Macon Flippo Gallery on February 24. Read more about the exhibition here.
Congratulations to gallery artist Sarah Irvin! Her 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. It is on view through February 17.
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"
Thanks to Karen Newton and Style Weekly for their coverage of the current exhibition VANISHING ICE: FROM ARCTIC TO ANTARCTICA: PENNY ASHFORD. The exhibition is on view through August 31.
We are excited to see gallery architecture firm 3North featured in Dezeen for thier modern design of a cabin in Matthews County, VA. View the house here.
Special thanks to Karen Newton whose article on Sarah Irvin's current exhibition IN AND OUT OF WEEKS spectacularly captured Sarah's work and message. Sarah's exhibition is up through March 31. Red the article here.