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Cheryl Elliott graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a BFA in studio art. The art education I received at UMW was comprehensive and involved most areas and mediums, work in drawing, painting, ceramics, and photography. Using an approach similar to when I was a child to create images for my drawings, paintings, and ceramics. I interplay my reality and fantasy to create dreamlike imagery. My photography focuses on my curious observations from day to day life.

Tom Elliott's ceramics are filled with imagination and fun! Tom received his Bachelor of Fine Arts, from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia in 1977.  As a member National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts and several juried and invitational shows across the country, Tom shares with us now his humor in art.

We are delighted to have this father and daughter exhibit showing this month in our Invitational Gallery. Please stop by and enjoy their show!

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 6th 2017 6-8pm 

Coming in June: 

Member's Annual Anniversary Judged Exhibit

All member's are encouraged to enter one or two pieces in this annual judged exhibit. Here' how it works: 

You bring your work in following our guidelines, outlined below

Pay the entry fee ($15 for one piece, $25 for two)

Come to the opening reception to find out the award winners!

        The judge will be announced as soon as possible. Every effort is made to find a judge who doesn't know all of our artists'                       work!  Identifying information on tags are not added until after the judge has seen the show. Cash awards will be given to the top         three and 4 honorable mentions. All entry fees are returned to the award winners (after judge's stipend)- the more art the better           the prizes- encourage your friends to enter!!   

Guidelines: 

        All work must be original to you. 

        We love to see new pieces. 

        Any media, any size, any subject

        2D must be ready to hang on the wall, including screw eyes or d-rings on the back. 

        3D works must be able to stand freely on their own. 

The first exhibit at 416 W. Main Street Opening Reception: June 16 5-8pm (at our Anniversary Solstice Party) More information coming soon!   

The first exhibit at 416 W. Main Street

Opening Reception: June 16 5-8pm (at our Anniversary Solstice Party)

More information coming soon!