Exhibitions for October 20

Editor’s Note: Exhibits shares information about exhibits on screen or online in Charlottesville and Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson and Orange counties. Articles must be received by noon Friday for next week’s issue. Include the opening and closing dates of your exhibit and a phone number the public can call with questions. Send your information to [email protected]

The Arts Center in Orange: “Unexpected Paradise” includes works by Diane Wilkin, Joan Dreicer, Christine Rich, Lorraine Momper, Michael McGurk, Lucy Kinsey, Julia Kindred and Carolyn Ratcliffe, all running through November 19. artscenterinorange.com. (540) 672-7311.

The Barn Swallow: New artists joining the gallery are painter and framer Mary Jane Dodge and glassblower Kenny Piper. Lynne Ross’ La Sunflower products are also available. 796 Gillums Ridge Road in Charlottesville. October hours are 1-5 p.m. Thursday-Sunday. thebarnswallow.com.

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Botanical Price Restaurant: Works by Matalie Deane on display until November 15. botanicalfare.com.

Cooperative Gallery of Arts C’ville: “Fall Magic: Color, Form, Pattern and Design,” multimedia works by Judith N. Ligon and wooden works by Floyd E. “Pete” Johnson, October’s featured artists, can be seen throughout the month of October. 118 E. Main St. (434) 972-9500.

The Belvedere Center: Works by Linda Abbey, Susan Lang, Carolyn Ratcliffe and Chris Rich on display on the upper level until October 31. https://thecentercville.org/.

Chroma projects: The gallery is open to visitors from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays. [email protected] chroma.com projects.

The Connaughton Gallery at McIntire School of Commerce: “From Water and Wheels to Abstract Ideals” by Eric Cross and Stan Sweeney can be seen until December 9 on the third floor of the Rouss & Robertson Rooms on the East Lawn. Exhibition hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday; closed on weekends.

Artisan Crozet deposit: “Inspirations and Creations” by October mother-son guest artists Alison Bachmann, a painter, and Chris Bachmann, a potter, can be seen through October 31. crozetartisandepot.com.

Cuppa Joe Coffee: Paintings and prints by Tom Tartaglino on display at 90 Joshua Lane in Palmyra. Opening hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. (434) 906-4172.

Firnew Farm Artists Circle: “Wonderment”, a group art exhibition and sale, continues until October 31 at the Westminster-Canterbury Gallery in the Blue Ridge. No reception is planned. Masks must be worn. Individuals and small groups are welcome. firnewfarmartist [email protected]

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia: “Power Play: Reimagining Representation in Contemporary Photography” on view until December 31. “Kenji Nakahashi: Weighing Time” on view until December 31. “Joseph Cornell: Enclosing Infinity” on view through February 12, 2023. “Earthly Exemplars: The Art of Buddhist Disciples and Teachers in Asia” on view through March 19, 2023. uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu.

The Studio IX Gallery: “Sage and Fire: An Exhibit of Indigenous Visual Arts” can be seen until October 30. Look for acrylic paintings by April Branham on stretched canvas and photographs and hand-woven beads by Carrie Pruitt. Both artists are members of the Monegasque Indian Nation. The artist talk and happy hour are scheduled for 5 p.m. on October 27. Wearing a face covering is mandatory at the entrance to the Studio IX building and at all times in the gallery. Gallery hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. studioix.co. (434) 242-0905.

The Guild Gallery: 300 E. Main St. (434) 227-1333.

Inbio Technologies: “Art, Our View,” a multimedia show featuring oils, pastels and acrylics by Joan Dreicer, Matalie Deane and Julia Kindred, is on view through Nov. 30 at 700 Harris St, Suite 102. Reception scheduled for 14 a.m. to 4 p.m. on October 15. 30. Enter through the side door onto Dave Avenue.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection will present the second part of the two-part exhibition “Irrititja Kuwarri Tjungu (Past & Present Together): 50 Years of Papunya Tula Artists”, celebrating the role of women artists and presenting paintings created during and since the 1990s, until through February 26, 2023. “James Tylor: From an Untouched Landscape” can be viewed until June 23, 2023. Kluge-Ruhe’s in-person artist residency program will resume with Tylor’s residency in March 2023. Read more more at kluge-ruhe.org. Visits have resumed and will be led free of charge by volunteer guides at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. each day the museum is open. Longer tour experiences for groups will be available for purchase. Masks are mandatory. Book at kluge-ruhe.org. 400 Worrell Drive. (434) 244-0234.

Living arts: “Rare Form”, abstract expressionist works in oil with hints of graffiti art by Kris Bowmaster, on view until December 10. livearts.org.

The mirror: Arts from Underground classes will begin with art making from 7-9 p.m. Thursdays and karaoke from 8-10 p.m. for $25 per person. The IX Art Park Foundation has opened a major extension to its immersive art museum showcasing works by new and old artists. Admission is $15, $12 for ages 4 to 13 and free for ages 3 and under. ixartpark.org.

Louisa Art Center: “The Show of Shows”, an open exhibition featuring artists from the region, can be seen at the Purcell Art Gallery until November 22. FREE ENTRANCE. The gallery is open from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and by appointment at other times; call the box office for an appointment. louisaarta.org. (540) 967-2200.

Vineyard and cellar Loving Cup: Open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday to Sunday. 3340 Sutherland Road in North Garden. lovecupwine.com. (434) 984-0774.

McGuffey Center for the Arts: “Home Waters”, paintings and ceramics by Susan Willis Brodie, on display at the Smith Gallery until October 30. “Lisa Macchi: Mindscapes, Landscapes and Insights” can be seen until November 20 in the North Corridor of the First Floor. “Do Trees Speak to the Wind,” oils and acrylics by Lindsay Heider Diamond and encaustic works by Jeannine Regan, can be seen through November 20 in the south hallway on the first floor. “Everything Paper,” a group exhibit of McGuffey members, will be in the second-floor hallway through Nov. 20. “Harvest” is in the Associates Gallery until November 20. mcguffeyartcenter.com.

Piedmont Square: The multimedia show by BozART members Matalie Deane, Judith Ely, Julia Lesnichy, Shirley Paul, Christine Rich, and Juliette Swenson can be seen in the second-floor hallway and lounge from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. Look for acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, oils and pastels. To purchase artwork, email [email protected] or (540) 280-2262.

Piedmont Community College in Virginia: The annual faculty exhibit in the South Gallery and a retrospective of works from PVCC’s The Fall Line literary magazine in the North Gallery will remain on view until November 5. Artists participating in the annual faculty exhibition include Rebekah Wostrel, Rick Weaver, Jonah Tobias, Jeremy Taylor, Ed Miller, Aaron Miller, Lou Haney, Todd Free, Tom Clarkson, and Fenella Belle. pvcc.edu/performingarts. (434) 961-5362.

Quirk Gallery Charlottesville: 499 W. Main St. quirkgallery.com.

Random Row Brewery: “Art for Life,” pastels by Joan Dreicer, can be seen through Oct. 31 as a fundraiser for the University of Virginia Cancer Center. The reception is scheduled for October 14 at 5 p.m. 608 A Preston Ave.

Revalation vineyards: Richard Young’s oil paintings can be seen until the end of October. 2710 Hebron Valley Road in Madison. revaluationvineyards.com. (540) 407-1236.

Rockfish Valley Community Center: “Bigger and Bonier” features pieces from art classes and students from the Nelson County High School Art Club. 190 Rockfish School Lane in Afton. rockfishcc.org. (434) 361-0100.

Second Street Gallery: ‘Mummers’, a solo exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Megan Marlatt, will be on view in the Main Gallery and ‘The Ceremony of Innocence’, a solo exhibition by Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, will be on view in the Dové Gallery through November 18. Individual or group exhibition proposals for Season 50 (Fall 2023 through Summer 2024) are accepted for review by artists and independent curators by 11:59 p.m. on January 1, 2023. Full guidelines available at static1.squarespace.com. secondstreetgallery.org.

Torosiete Museum of Contemporary Art: “Hearts’ Lonely Hunters” (1995) by Daniel Kuttner and Beatrix Ost is streaming in the Virtual Contemporary Art Gallery. Streaming instructions: http://heartsmovie.torosiete.museum/.

Charlottesville Unitarian Universalist Congregation: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. 717 Rugby Road. (434) 293-8179.

University of Virginia Student Health and Wellness Center: “The Cleopatra Project: Poisonous and Venomous Animals in Virginia,” a multimedia and educational art exhibit by the Firnew Farm Artists’ Circle, is on view through October 31. The exhibit is a collaboration between the Virginia Master Naturalists Program, the Division of Medical Toxicology – Department of Emergency Medicine at the UVa School of Medicine, and the Blue Ridge Poison Center at UVa Health. Level 1 at 550 Brandon Ave.

Visible documents: Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Friday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. 1740 Broadway St. visible-records.com.

WTJU Micromuseum: Inside the renovated vintage RV behind WTJU Studios at 2244 Ivy Road. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. wtju.net. (434) 924-0885.

The Water Appreciation Experience: Martha Hester Stafford’s experiential art installation combines art, science, meditation, and aromatherapy to tell the story of water at 1326 E. High St. Open by appointment 2-5 p.m. from Thursday to Sunday; to request an appointment, email [email protected] thewaterappreciationexperience.com.

Woodberry Forest School: “Lena Murray and Juliya Ivanilova. Paintings. Oils and Watercolors” will be on display through Thursday at the Baker Gallery at the Walker Fine Arts Center. Hours of operation for off-campus visitors are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. (540) 672-3900.

Eyes of the World: “Bright Lines: David Summers” will be on view until October 30. Masks will be required for entry and a capacity limit will be placed on the number of attendees allowed in the gallery at one time. Gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Thursday-Sunday and by appointment. To make an appointment, call (434) 882-2622 or email [email protected] Visit LYDM.co for more information. (434) 882-2622.

Julia P. Cluff