Knife & Fork
Made In C-VILLE
Less is more
By Ramona Martinez The paintings in “Solace,” shown this month on Studio IX’s virtual gallery, are large. Most of...
One of the first assignments Stacey Evans gives her photography class is to visit the same place at different times...
Two weeks ago, Eze Amos was “bored as hell.” Usually the photographer is running around Charlottesville at all hours,...
Seeing it through
Art in all its forms accomplishes many things. It can entertain. It can teach us something new about ourselves, or...
In sharp relief
In an effort to help artists facing financial hardship because of venue closures and event cancellations due to...
Sculpture and shadows
By Ramona Martinez The 11 wood sculptures that make up Renee Balfour’s “New Work” at McGuffey Art Center have a...
By Charles Burns firstname.lastname@example.org In this age of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” there are few values more...
February galleries guide
Phuong Nguyen’s small wonders In recent years, artist Phuong Nguyen has learned the truth of a common proverb: Big...
They appeared over the summer, three identical wheatpaste posters of anthropomorphic hot dogs in buns, wearing...
January galleries guide
Precarious balance Polly Breckenridge’s monotypes at Chroma Projects Part of the appeal of printmaking is that it...
An abstract discourse
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