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“Dealer’s Choice: The Samuel Kootz Gallery 1945-1966,” is on view at The Fralin Museum through December 17. Courtesy of The Fralin Museum at UVA

The Fralin recollects the influence of Samuel Kootz

It’s a bit chilly in the air-conditioned exhibition room at The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA, but the temperature isn’t what’s giving Rebecca Schoenthal goosebumps. It’s the art. Specifically, it’s William Baziotes’ cool-toned, blue-hued “Night Form” and Adolph Gottlieb’s earth-toned pictograph, “The Sorceress,” hanging on a Fralin gallery wall, together for the first time […]

Ann Robertson is one of the artists whose work is featured in the Fiber and Stitch Art Collective show on view this month in the Create Gallery at Indoor Biotechnologies. Photo by Eze Amos

First Fridays: November 3

First Fridays: November 3 Ann Robertson made her first art quilt more than 20 years ago, as a way of working through her experience in the Great Hanshin earthquake that hit Kobe, Japan, in the wee hours of January 17, 1995. With no prior quilting experience and only one American quilting book and some Japanese quilting […]

Georgia Webb's drawings are on view at McGuffey Art Center during the month of October. Photo by Martyn Kyle

First Fridays: October 6

When Georgia Webb draws, she tends to draw things that are close to her—her mother, Ali, her grandpa Jim or her friend Sidney. She draws her favorite cartoon characters, iconic items like Spam cans, and often reinterprets famous paintings, such as Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” in her own distinct black line-and-marker style. A […]