The Lisanby Museum at the Forbes Center at James Madison University in Harrisonburg is presenting Woman, Behold Your Son, Images From the Life and Death of Jesus Christ. This exhibit explores Christian iconography of the 16th through the 19th centuries. The exhibition runs through December 11th.
University of Virginia’s Fralin Museum presents Collection: Sol LeWitt and Photography. The exhibition, curated by William Wiley, will feature the photographic work of LeWitt as well as pieces by other artists that relate to LeWitt’s conceptual practice. All works are drawn from LeWitt’s personal collection, and offers the public a rare opportunity to focus on the artist’s investigations with photography.
This is the last week for the Christopher Wynn exhibit at the Cabell Gallery in Lexington. Winn is a nationally known watercolorist who’s images range from still lifes to views of intimate rural life.
The Up Front Gallery in Lynchburg presents Mosaics: Classical Meets Contemporary, featuring the work of Stephen Brailo and Dotti Stone.
This is Beryl Solla, Chair of PVCC’s Art Department. If you have an interesting event coming up in the next month or so, send me an email at Culture@wnrn.org and let me share your WNRN culture Connection.