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Visions of Her

JULY 15TH - OCTOBER 9TH, 2019

OPENING RECEPTION: JULY 25TH, 2019 6:00-8:00PM

ARTIST WORKSHOP: SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2019 6:00-8:00

THE BROAD: 209 N. FOUSHEE STREET, FLOOR 3, RICHMOND, VA 23220

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SDAC is excited to bring you a group exhibition, celebrating the works of Virginia women artists and their various forms of portrait and figure artwork. Visions of Her will be on display through October 9, 2019 at The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220. Hours are by appointment. We will be celebrating the opening of the show on the evening of July 25, 2019 and will have a second event on September 10, 2019 where guests can participate in a figure drawing workshop alongside two of the artists from the show, Austin ‘Auz’ Miles and Amanda Gough. More info on the workshop and how to get a ticket will be posted on The Broad’s website under Happenings.

Visions of Her is a collection of artwork from six artists who capture faces and figures of women in their own unique style. Some artists take us on a visual journey through black and white outlines and more traditional figure works. Others depict portions of the model in great detail while the balance is more abstract, leaving the original form of the subject open for interpretation. Photography captures the stories of single subjects in an exploration of their life and history, revealing how we are more alike than we are different. Digital illustrations offer a commentary on the female figure finding her way through contemporary culture. Blended together, these artists weave a tapestry of the female form that invite the observer to find a face, body or concept of a figure that relates to their life journey.

Thank you to the above Virginian artists for sharing their art and giving us the opportunity to study the faces and stories of each of their models.


Selected Works By:

Austin ‘Auz’ Miles: Oil on Canvas

Amanda Gough: Oil on Canvas

Kasha Killingsworth: Digital Illustrations

Shana Cave: Acrylic on Canvas

Mallory Nuckols: Oil on Canvas

Kim Brundage: Photography




She’s Resilient

April 15th - July 10th, 2019

Opening Reception: APril 23nd, 2019 6:00-8:00pm

Artist Workshop: June 26, 2019 6:00-8:00

The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220




SDAC is excited to bring you a group exhibition, celebrating the works of local Virginia women artists and their various forms of abstract art. She’s Resilient will be on display through July 10, 2019 at The Broad Gallery: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220. Hours are by appointment. We will be celebrating the opening of the show on the evening of April 23, 2019 and will have a second event on June 26, 2019 where guests can create a personal piece of art to take home with them during one of our artist workshops. More info on the workshop and how to get a ticket will be posted on The Broad’s website under Happenings.

With this amazing collection of works we wanted to bring the concept of art as a method of healing and growth to the conversation. From using art as a way to recover from an injury, to incorporating it into one’s daily meditation routine, to charting and recording mental wellness through the creation of works - these artists show us the breadth of how art can lead to various ways of tackling life’s challenges and celebrating your successes along the way. Every artist has a story behind their works and with this show we get a closer look into these six women’s inspiration and journey through their art.

Thank you to the below local Virginia women artists for sharing their art and giving us the opportunity to learn more about the power and healing behind their works.




Selected Works By:

Cate West Zahl: Oil on Canvas

Theodora Miller: Acrylic on Wood Panel

Meredith Hill: Acrylic on Wood Panel

Ashley Bozeman: Digital Illustrations

Kelsey Copeland Lane: Acrylic + Charcoal on Canvas, Mounted on Wood

Courtney Allison Brown: Charcoal + Pastel on Canvas







motHER nature

January 14th - April 10th, 2019

Opening Reception: January 22nd, 2019 6:30-8:30pm

The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220



SDAC is excited to bring you a group exhibition, celebrating the works of local Virginia women artists that showcases art inspired by nature and the changing environment. motHER nature will be on display through April 10th, 2019 at The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220. Hours are by appointment with an opening reception on January 22nd, 2019. A second event will be held March 18th, 2019 to discuss the artists’ works and their inspiration.


motHER nature is a show which both celebrates the beauty of nature and is a cautionary tale of our ever-changing environment. Works in this exhibition are inspired by the delicacies and intricacies of nature, while others bring to light issues such as animal extinction and the evolution of animals for efficiency. It is easy to take for granted the presence of these animals, plants and beautiful seas in our world, but with the visual storytelling of these artists, we can take time to experience nature through her.


Thank you to the below local Virginia women artists for sharing their works with us and highlighting nature in all its beauty.



Selected Works By:

Rolled Paper on Canvas: Ruth Newberry

Oil Paintings: Nico Cathcart

Wire Sculptures + Mixed Media Collages: Danielle Freeman Jefferson

Ink Illustrations: Amelia Blair Langford

Monotypes, Water Colors + Micron, Micron + Cut Outs: Mimi King






She’s Abstract

September 10th, 2018 - January 9th, 2019

Opening Reception: September 27th, 6-8pm

The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA 23220



This show comments on the abstraction of women in society while connecting the works of various abstract artists. Abstract works, usually lacking distinct figurative subjects, provide viewers with ample opportunity to explore and define the art in their own minds. Historically, women were viewed with a similar lens, but this no longer works. Women may appear abstract, but can take the reins and explain themselves to the world as they demonstrate how they would like to been seen.

Thank you to the below below Virginia women artists for sharing their works with us and giving us the opportunity to view their pieces through our own perspectives.


Selected Works By:

Fluid Acrylic Paintings: Shaylen Broughton

Acrylic on Wood Panels: Dari Calamari

Oil Paintings: Whitney Knapp Bowditch

Ballpoint Pen on Paper: Wingchow

Textile Works + Watercolors: Angel Graves


Summer Through Her Eyes

June 4th - September 5th, 2018

Private opening Reception: June 21st, 2018 6-8Pm

The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA, 23220

 

With this show we want you to experience the essence of summer: the feeling of a gentle breeze against your warm sun-kissed skin, the sound of the waves in the background and the smell of the salty air. As you move through the rooms in the space, each section encapsulates those feelings in their own unique way. Whether you find yourself at the ocean, a lake, or the James River, go ahead and dip your toe in, the water is fine.

Many thanks to these local Virginia women artists for sharing their works with us and letting us experience this long awaited season through their perspectives. 

 

Selected Works By:

Oil + Acrylic Paintings: Sophie Treppendahl

Resin Paintings: Austin Warner

Photography: Poochie Collins

Oil Paintings: Stacey Reece

Macro Photography of Resin Art: Jann Edmondson

Acrylic Paintings: Alex Marini

Oil Paintings: Jessica Smith


 

Pastimes: Her Present.

February 2, 2018- May 31, 2018

Private Reception: Friday, February 2nd & First Fridays through May: 6-9pm

The Broad: 209 N. Foushee Street, Floor 3, Richmond, VA, 23220

 

 

A woman’s place. Where we were then and where we are today looks very different in many lights. This exhibition reflects upon pastimes but with a modern twist. While once considered a source of entertainment or hobby - these 5 female artists show us how a return to pastimes turned into their livelihood.

Many thanks to these local Virginia women for their revival of great art forms and breathing new and refreshing life into them.

 

Selected Works By:

Wall Weavings + French Knot Pieces: Kate Koconis

Mixed Media Collages: Nikki Galapon

Cake-Like Confections: Ynes Bouck

Woven Blanket: Justine McFarland

Quilts: Barbara Skolaut