Interview with Jaydan Moore

Enjoy our interview with artist Jaydan Moore about his current sculptural practice. Jaydan is known for repurposing silver plated platers and other materials to create stunning prints and sculptures.

William Wylie in Epoch Times

" 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

PEIRO FENCI RECIPIENT OF DEANS CIRCLE ENDOWED PROFESSOR 2019-2022, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY, NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS

Piero Fenci received his undergraduate degree in Latin-American studies with a minor in art history from Yale University. He earned his M.F.A. from the prestigious New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Fenci has been with SFA since 1975 and has distinguished himself as both an artist and an educator. His ceramic vessels have been featured in Ceramics Monthly, American Ceramics, The Contemporary Potter and Clay...

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Opening Reception April 5

Join us April 5 from 6 to 8PM for the opening reception of In Color: Matthew Langley and California Medley: Curtis Ripley.

Will Berry Reviewed in Style Weekly

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....

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Modern Richmond Event

MODERN RICHMOND BOOK LAUNCH PARTY April 9th, 2019 | 6:00-8:30 PM Please come join us as we celebrate 10 YEARS of MODERN RICHMOND at Try-me and Page Bond Gallery. VIP Preview at Mid Century Morris 4:30-6:00PM For more information and tickets please visit modernrichmondbook.com/shop

Fiona Ross in King’s Review

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.