Art Events

Fluvanna Art Association meets from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday with a presentation by Linda Staiger at the Fluvanna Public Library in Palmyra. (434) 589-2725.

Virginia Lottery accepts entries through Feb. 2 from kindergarten through 12th-grade students in the Thank a Teacher Art Contest. Winning artwork will be used to design thank-you notes distributed to thousands of teachers during National Teacher Appreciation Week in May. Details are available at (804) 692-7770.


Angell’s Fitness and Dance: Works by Janet Rugari, Catherine Hamilton and Sara Gondwe on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Annie Gould Gallery: Works by Morganne Ashlie, Jennie Carr, Susan Grabber, Louisa Greer and Valerie Sargent on display through Apr. 8. Main Street in Gordonsville. (540) 832-6352.

Art on the Trax: “American Icons,” works by Carrol Mallin, on display through January. (434) 989-0032.

Chroma Projects: “Transmutations: The Reading Series,” works by Martha Saunders, on display through Jan. 27. (434) 806-9667.

Dr. Douglas & Victoria Weiss’ Office: Works by Page Gifford on display through January. 5 Centre Court in Palmyra. (434) 589-2725.

Fluvanna County Government Offices: Works by Windy Payne on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Fluvanna County Library: Works by Susan Lang on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Fork Union Community Center: Works by Windy Payne on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Gallery 527: Works by Susan Lang, Catherine Hamilton and Linda Bethke on display through January. 527 Valley Road in Scottsville. (434) 589-2725.

Les Yeux du Monde: “Cantos for the Anthropocene,” works by Millicent Young, and “Pelago d’Aria,” works by Kris Iden, on display through Feb. 11. (434) 973-5566.

McGuffey Art Center: “Clay, Fiber, Wood,” works by Carol Grant, Jill Kerttula and Renee Balfour, in the Sarah B. Smith Gallery, and “In the Shell: The McGuffey New Member 2017 Showcase” in the Upstairs and Downstairs Galleries, on display through Jan. 28. (434) 295-7973.

Mudhouse Coffee Roasters-Downtown Mall: “siren x silence,” works by Madeline Rhondeau, on display through Jan. 29. (434) 984-6833.

Nelson Memorial Library: Works by Sara Gondwe on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Nichols Galleries: “Small Works Show,” works by Ron Boehmer, Tom Tartaglino, Jane Larew and others, on display through Jan. 28. Barboursville. (540) 832-3565.

Northside Library Quiet Room: Works by Sara Gondwe on display through January. (434) 973-7893.

Piedmont Virginia Community College: Annual Faculty Exhibition in the North Gallery and “Kids in the Black Hole,” works by Jeremy Seth Taylor, in the South Gallery on display through Feb. 7. (434) 961-5374.

Second Street Gallery: “Drawn to Charlottesville,” works by 12 local artists who have relocated to Charlottesville, on display through Friday. (434) 977-7284.

Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital Gallery: Works by Sara Gondwe on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Spring Street Boutique: “Modern in the Abstract,” works by Jack Graves III, on display through Jan. 31. (434) 975-1200.

Studio Ix Gallery: “Please Don’t Ask; It Can’t Be Explained,” collage works by Lisa Ryan, on display through Jan. 28. (434) 242-0905.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church: Photography by Rebecca George on display through Jan. 28. (434) 589-2725.

Union Market Bank — Palmyra: Works by Charlotte McDaniel on display through January. (434) 589-2725.

Welcome Gallery at new City Arts Initiative: Pop-up Artist Exchange Exhibit of works by local artists opens Friday and remains on display through Jan. 26. (434) 202-5277.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge: Works by Blake Hurt on display through January. (434) 972-2622.

Woodberry Forrest School Baker Gallery: “deliberations,” works by Sharon Zarambo, on display through March 3. (540) 672-3900.


Afton Mountain Vineyards: Oil paintings by Page Peyton. (540) 456-8667.

Albemarle County Courthouse: New winter artwork by the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild. (434) 823-5695.

Albemarle County Office Building-McIntire: Works by students of Albemarle County Public Schools on display at 401 McIntire Road. (434) 296-5820.

Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library: “100 Objects + Mr. Jefferson’s Telescope” on display through June 22, 2018. 160 McCormick Road. (434) 243-5861.

ArtInPlace features 53 pieces of art from 23 artists located in public areas throughout the city of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. A list of all works is available at (434) 971-2787.

Brody Jewish Center at UVa: “The Survivors’ Talmud,” a rare collection of post-World War II Jewish texts, multimedia film interview and recollections of Holocaust survivors, plus a copy of the Talmud printed by the U.S. Army, circa 1948-50. 1824 University Circle. (434) 295-4963.

Crozet Artisan Depot: Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. 5791 Three Notch’d Road in Crozet. (434) 205-4795.

Cuppa Joe Café: Paintings and prints by Tom Tartaglino. 90 Joshua Lane in Palmyra. (434) 906-4172.

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia: “Oriform,” sculpture by Jean Arp, on display in front of the museum and Object Study Gallery available in the museum at 155 Rugby Road. Online Collection catalog on display at (434) 924-3592.

Grace Estate Winery: Works by the Blue Ridge Art Guild. Crozet. (434) 823-1486.

Graves International Art: “Roy Lichtenstein & Company: Post-War and Contemporary Art” on display through October. “Masters of Contemporary Art,” an exhibit of works by Ellsworth Kelly, Salvador Dali, Georges Braque, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Francis, Phillip Pearlstein, John Chamberlain, Andy Warhol, Gerald Laing, Joan Miro, Josef Albers and others, on display from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 306 E. Jefferson St. (434) 202-8087.

Greene County Historical Society: “Greene During the Wars,” “Early Education,” “The Mountain People Before the National Park,” “Home & Hearth,” “Early 1900s,” “Meat House” and “Wildlife Gallery” on display at 360 Main St. in Stanardsville. (434) 985-2382.

Greenwood Gourmet Market: Oil paintings by Page Peyton on display on U.S. 250 west in Greenwood. (540) 456-6431.

Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center: “Pride Overcomes Prejudice,” an installation chronicling the history of the Jefferson School, on display 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at 233 Fourth St. NW. (434) 260-8720.

James Madison Museum: “From Regency to the Roaring Twenties — Fashion Exhibit” on display at 129 Caroline St. in Orange. (540) 672-1776.

Linwood A. Rhodes Wildlife Art Gallery on the grounds of the Greene County Historical Society Museum Complex: Open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday and by appointment at 360 Main St. in Stanardsville. (434) 985-1834.

The Loft: A working artist’s studio expanded into a gallery/shop representing 20 artists working in a variety of art forms open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at 107-B E. Davis St. in Culpeper. or (540) 825-4416.

Tim O’Kane Studio: Small oil studies, new work, archival pieces and matted prints. 107 Perry Drive. (434) 249-0424.

RC Art Gallery: Works by Ruby Canody on display from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at 1876 Craigs Store Road in Afton. (540) 456-6262.

Reynard Florence Vineyard: Oil paintings and pastels by Diane Velasco and prints by Carl Prober. Meet Prober between 2 and 5 p.m. Sundays to discuss his work. 16109 Burnley Road in Barboursville. (540) 832-3895.

University of Virginia: “Kings of Freedom,” graffiti art on panels of the Berlin Wall, is on display in the Library Quad adjacent to the Alderman Library and the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. (434) 989-1745.

William Monroe High School Lobby: Ceramic mosaic mural created by the students of the Advanced Placement Studio Art class representing the many facets of what they call “home.” 254 Monroe Drive in Stanardsville. (434) 985-5273.

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