"NATURE OF BEING"
new works by Christopher Cobb
June 2nd - July 28th
"FROM LONDON TO APRIL: TEXTURAL PROGRESSIONS"
new works by Fleda A. Ring
April 7th - May 26th
new works by Mary Beth Lee
February 3rd - March 31st
in collaboration with Planned Parenthood
December 2nd - January 27th
new works by Ann Glover and Dreama Kattenbraker
October 7 - November 27
a bicoastal visual discusion featuring works by Shaun C. Whiteside and Delia Salomon
August 5 - September 29
collaborative, multimedia, multigenerational works by
Gina Louthian-Stanley and Mary Beth Lee
June 3 - July 29
trainscapes by photographer Stacey Evans
April 1 - May 27
As the train glides tethered to the earth, I capture this time as a lasting record of civilization. — Stacey Evans
Feb 5 - Mar 25, 2016
In Kyle Wilson's second solo show at Fleda A. Ring Artworks, Kyle repurposes the cast-off artwork huddled in the corners of Good Will and antique shops; on the tables at yard sales, selling for $3-$5 each. "Why should this canvas be left to collect dust?" Kyle wonders. This incredible collection of artwork shakes of their dust and breathes new life into abandoned artworks, imbuing them with new images and new meaning.
"It's exciting to expiriment outside of the preferred methods, and even forget about the preferred all together." For Kyle, art is about the process of creating, "not just about who can draw the straightest line."
Layered both literally and in its depth, Kyle pushes art's definition to the limits in this tantalizing, beautiful exhibition. We are privileged to host Kyle Wilson's LOVELY SINS and hope you'll join us on Friday, February 5th to celebrate the exhibition opening at Fleda A. Ring Artworks.
Thirty-three Local Virginia artists working in red, black and woodgrain
Rachel Van Liere
PATTERNS OF DOMESTIC BLISS
Ashley Sauder Miller