EXHIBIT DATES: February 27 - March 31


Lotta Helleberg: Local Impressions: Plants, Pigments, and Place


Botanical works on textile and paper, using prints and dyes derived from local plants to celebrate our environment and community.


Margaret Embree: Moments

Each of our lives is a work in progress, I have been reminding myself of that a bunch while remembering to focus on each moment; individually unwrapped they contain vast amounts of imagery and sensory perceptions that enhance our experience. I have approached these pieces with a two-fold technique of not quite knowing what the materials will do and making something consciously from the results.


Lindsay Heider Diamond - Woman: Self & Other

This selection of work explores and reflects observations of quiet moments of women, through paintings and drawings in oil, acrylic, gouache and charcoal created over the last three years. Aging, the #MeToo movement and the path of my own life, as woman and artist, continue to be the inspiration for the work. This body of art is a kaleidoscope of women, with an ever-changing view presented in each piece. March is National Women In History Month, please come celebrate the beauty and strength of women.


The Process of Book Illustrating:  From Early Concept to Finished Product

In partnership with the Virginia Festival of the Book, this show will feature artwork by children's book illustrator Kate Samworth, graphic novelist Laura Lee Gulledge, coloring book artist Bob Anderson, and illustrator Michael Powers that demonstrate the creative process behind their illustrated books. 

Robin Harris