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January 2018

Julie Miles and Tia Maggio Art Exhibit

January 5 - January 27

About Tia Maggio A native New Yorker, Tia Maggio, was formally trained in graphic design and advertising at Pratt Institute, she went on to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to study fine art and art history. Even before then, this pastel artist was immersed in the world of art. Her mother, Patricia, attended the Rhode Island School of design and was a painter and her father, Joseph, “a weekend watercolorist” had his own interior design firm in New York and…

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February 2018

Inuit Art Exhbit

February 2 - February 26

This exhibit is made possible by a grant from the Richard & Caroline T. Gwathmey Memorial Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Desription: A recurrent theme in Inuit art is the relationship between humans and the wilderness of North America's Arctic edge. From colorful tapestries depicting fantastic scenes of shamanism to whale vertebrae carved into totems, the artwork blurs boundaries between the physical and spiritual worlds. Judith Burch fell in love with Inuit art more than two decades ago. Today,…

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April 2018

Sally Veach Art Exhibit: Barns of the Shenandoah

April 6 @ 7:00 PM - April 28 @ 3:00 PM

"With Barns of Shenandoah, I hope to raise awareness of the richness our historic barns, and the value of preserving at least some these majestic reminders of humans’ past struggle for survival and enterprise." Through my practice as an interpretive painter of Shenandoah County landscapes, I have become increasingly aware to our residents’ interaction with nature. I am interested in the fact that as humans, we are a part of nature but also distinctly apart from it. And there is…

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May 2018

Isabelle Truchon Exhibit

May 4 @ 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Artist Statement Exploring themes on the social human experience through organic elements, nature, and living beings are an instinctual essence in my work. My life is a web of experiences interwoven through relationships, living beings, the environment, the quest for truth and non-judgement. These fundamental factors are my driving force in my artistic journey. My inspiration comes from components found in nature, cave paintings, my travels, walks in the woods, and observing animal behavior. I am most interested in how…

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Isabelle Truchon Artist Reception and Film

May 4 @ 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Barns of Rose Hill, 19 Chalmers Court
Berryville, VA 22611 United States
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We are delighted to welcome artist, Isabelle Truchon, to the Barns of Rose Hill.  Isabelle will be speaking about her work that will be displayed in our lower gallery. We also be showing the film Crin Blanc, the film that inspired the horses that she so beautifully depicts in her work. This program is in partnership with the Handley Regional Library Artist Statement Exploring themes on the social human experience through organic elements, nature, and living beings are an instinctual…

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July 2018

Nancy Polo “Real Women Who Work”

July 27 @ 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

About the exhibit: Real Women Who Work  is a collection of paintings (and drawings?) about women living within a world that may not recognize or value what they do every day. The paintings are of women in various stages of life and in various occupations. Children may be a focus too, as that is a huge part of my identity as a woman. My paintings will be scenes (Real and Surreal) as a response to false advertising. Ivanka’s “Women Who…

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