Lynchburg College’s Daura Gallery presents Maxfield Parrish: Book Illustrations, curated by Museum Studies student Laura Meisner. Known for his distinctive saturated hues such as “Parrish Blue” and idealized neo-classical imagery, Parish helped shape America’s Golden Age of illustration. This exhibition features illustrations from The Arabian Nights, Poems of Childhood, and Knave of Hearts.
The Spritzer Art Center in Harrisonburg presents their annual members exhibition. Expect a wide range of media representing a variety of styles and influences.
In Charlottesville, the Fralin Museum on the campus of UVA presents Fish and Foul. This exhibition explores the diverse cultural connotations exemplified by images of feathered and scaled animals. The exhibition presents sculptures, paintings, and prints from various time periods and across multiple cultures in which species of fish and fowl are prominently depicted.
The Academy Center of the Arts in Lynchburg offers up a new exhibition every month, as well as arts related events and workshops.
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