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"Pattern on the Pond," oil on canvas by Greg Osterhaus, part of the artist's show at Glavé Kocen Gallery from March 4 to 26. (Photo by Greg Osterhaus)
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"Coastlines 2, 2015," by Jill Moser (aquatint, photoengraving, and direct gravure), part of an exhibition at Reynolds Gallery from Feb. 27 to April 1. (Image courtesy of the artist and Reynolds Gallery.)
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"Old City Hall, Richmond VA" by Thomas R. Schiff, part of the "Thomas R. Schiff: Virginia 360°" exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. (Image courtesy VMFA)
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"See If You Agree," by Paul Ryan, 2015 (detail), oil and acrylic on canvas, part of an exhibition from Feb. 27 to April 1 at Reynolds Gallery. (Image courtesy of the artist and Reynolds Gallery.)
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"Miss McClung," oil on panel, by Bill Fisher, part of the "Within Reach" exhibition at Artspace Gallery from Feb. 26 to March 12. (Image courtesy Artspace)
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"In the Living Room," 2015 acrylic, graphite on panel, by Jessica L. Sims, part of the "Within Reach" exhibition at Artspace Gallery from Feb. 26 to March 12. (Image courtesy Artspace Gallery)
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"Form of Flattery," 2013, collage, by Blythe King, part of the "Within Reach" exhibition at Artspace Gallery from Feb. 26 to March 12. (Image courtesy Artspace Gallery.)
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"On the Wires," 2015, paintstick and graphite on board by Kathleen Westkaemper, part of the "Within Reach" exhibition at Artspace Gallery from Feb. 26 to March 12. (Image courtesy Artspace Gallery)
Flippo Gallery 211 N. Center St., 752-7337 or rmc.edu. Regional and national artists’ works at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland. • Through-April 9: “Landings: RMC Alumni Exhibition” • April 24-May 27: Recent works by Diego Sanchez.
Gallery Flux 307-B England St., Ashland, 752-3540 or galleryflux.com. An ever-changing body of art in downtown Ashland. • March 3-April 30: "Fine Art and Furniture" • May 5-July 30: "Gallery Artist Group Show."
Henry Clay Inn 114 N. Railroad Ave., Ashland, 798-3100 or henryclayinn.com. Exhibits include pottery, painting and photography by local artists. Expected to return April 2016.
Charles City County
1708 Gallery 319 W. Broad St., 643-1708 or 1708gallery.org. Presenting exceptional new art and providing opportunities for artistic innovation for emerging and established artists.
Atlas, a project of ART 180 114 W. Marshall St., 233-4180 or art180.org. Visual and performing art produced exclusively by young people. New exhibitions open each month during First Fridays.
Artcraft Designs Gallery 508 W. Broad St., 986-5053. A custom woodworking studio that exhibits handmade furniture, sculpture and more. By appointment only.
Astra Design 16 S. Allen Ave., 257-5467 or astradesign-usa.com. Metal sculpture and furniture by Tom Chenoweth; jewelry by Louise Ellis. By appointment only.
Brazier Studio and Gallery 1616 W. Main St., 358-2771 or braziergallery.com. Portraits, paintings, art placement and artist workshops.
Candela Books + Gallery 214 W. Broad St., 225-5527 or candelabooks.com. Art space and publisher dedicated to fine art photography. • March 4-April 23: “Subject to Change” by David Emitt Adams, K.K. DePaul, Heidi Kirkpatrick, Lisa Kokin, Tarrah Krajnak, Rachel Phillips and Kris Sanford.
C’est le Vin Art & Wine Gallery 15 N. 17th St., 649-9463 or cestlevinrva.com. A wine bar and art gallery serving light fare, with rotating artwork every second week of the month.
Chasen Galleries of Fine Art and Glass 3554 W. Cary St., 204-1048 or chasengalleries.com. Paintings, glass and sculpture by more than 100 artists. • Now showcasing work by Bernard Saint-Maxent, exclusively in the USA at Chasen Galleries. Coming April 23-30: "Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection," with special appearances by Madame Christine Argillet, daughter of Dali's legendary publisher and confidante, Pierre Argillet.
Chop Suey Gallery 2913 W. Cary St., 422-8066 or chopsueybooks.com. Contemporary art and photography plus used books. • April-October: “Madame Zoe’s” by Noah Scalin.
Cool Colors Gallery 3417 W. Cary St., 247-2767 or cool-colors.com. Paintings by Mehmet Sahin Altug.
Dementi Studio 121 E. Grace St., 648-9003 or dementi.com. Photographic studio with a permanent display of historic Richmond photographs.
Elegba Folklore Society’s Cultural Center 101 E. Broad St., 644-3900 or efsinc.org. Paintings, prints, carvings, décor, wearables and more created by artists from throughout the African diaspora and the United States. • Through May 31: “Different Trends” by Ugandan artist Hassan Mukiibi.
Eric Schindler Art Gallery 2305 E. Broad St., 644-5005 or ericschindlergallery.com. Rotating monthly contemporary art exhibits, mixed media and gallery rooms with an eclectic collection of antique to contemporary artwork. • Through March 5: Paint and other materials by Dolly Holmes and Mark Pehanich.
Fine Art Images 2306 W. Main St., 353-3230. Original art and limited-edition graphics by African-American artists. By appointment only.
Forinstance Gallery 107 E. Cary St., 757-574-4111. Showcasing an extensive collection of works by Martin Johnson.
Gallery EDIT 8A E. Broad St., 381-6750 or reachthenations.org/edit. A project of Hillside Missions and World Horizons, two Christian mission organizations working together to establish Christian communities in underserved nations. • opening March 4: Oil paintings by Lisie Orjuela.
The Gallery at Corporate & Museum Frame 301 W. Broad St., 643-6858 or corporatemuseumframe.com. Rotating exhibits for emerging Virginia artists with an emphasis on photography. • Coming soon: Photography of Richmond scenes by Joseph Johnson.
Gallery5 200 W. Marshall St., 510-0488 or gallery5arts.org. Art, music and film of the 21st century exhibited inside a 19th century fire station. • March 3-26: “Triangle, Circle, Square” by Jennifer Lauren Smith and Andrew Brehm.
Ghostprint Gallery 1202 N. Blvd., 344-1557 or ghostprintgallery.com. Cutting-edge photography to oil paintings from regional, national and international artists.
Glavé Kocen Gallery 1620 W. Main St., 358-1990 or glavekocengallery.com. Contemporary work by regional and national artists. •March 4-26: New paintings by Greg Osterhaus.
Glitch Gallery 3313A W. Cary St., 342-1981 or glitchgalleryrva.com. High quality gallery presented by Loose Screw Tattoo showcasing some of today’s best tattoo and lowbrow artists. • Current exhibition: Paintings by Travis Franklin and Scott Olive.
Hill Gallery 708 N. Robinson St., 921-1143 or hillgallery.net. A working studio founded by Randi and Claire Hill as a place for artists to work, teach, study and exhibit. • Through March 12: “John E. Shenk - 60.”
James Center One James Center lobby, 901 E. Cary St.; James Center atrium, 1021 E. Cary St., 344-3232 or thejamescenter.com. Rotating exhibits of work by Virginia artists and occasional traveling exhibits.
Mott Gallery 3027 W. Cary St., 443-961-MOTT, 757-912-2604 or mottgallery.com. Art gallery and coffee shop featuring rotating exhibits of fine-art photography, painting, sculpture and mixed-media artwork. • Current exhibition: “Particular Individuals.”
Page Bond Gallery 1625 W. Main St., 359-3633 or pagebondgallery.com. Work by national and regional artists, fine art and photography. • March 4-26: “Constructing from Life” by Peri Schwartz and “Resting On Is Relying On” by Jere Williams.
Quirk Gallery 207 W. Broad St., 340-6036 or quirkgallery.com. Exhibits by established and emerging artists, plus a cool gift shop. Next to Quirk Hotel. • Through April 3: Work by Randy Toy.
Reynolds Gallery 1514 W. Main St., 355-6553 or reynoldsgallery.com. Contemporary art by regional, national and international artists. • Through April 1: “Hold to Drift” by Jill Moser and “The Sun That Never Sets” by Paul Ryan.
Richmond Public Library 101 E. Franklin St., 646-2554 or richmondpubliclibrary.org. Four galleries with changing monthly exhibition. • Gellman Room: March 4-29: “A Limitless Future in the Creation of Artwork” by past and present VUU fine arts students • Dooley Foyer: March 4-29: Original artwork by students from Richmond Public Schools • Second Floor Gallery: March 4-29: Artwork in all media by the Thomas Dale High School Visual Arts department in celebration of Youth Art Month.
Sediment Gallery 208 E. Grace St., 819-1759 or sedimentarts.org. Features hard-to-find, unique artwork including prints, clothing, jewelry, artist multiples and more. • Through March 26: “Celestial Mystic Spirits” by Matt Barton, Josh Rodenberg and Charlotte Rodenberg.
Shockoe Artspace 12 N. 19th St., 209-740-0916 or shockoeartspace.com. A platform for student, emerging and professional artists to show a diverse scope of works and exhibitions. • Current exhibition: “Disputanta” by Blade Wynne.
Shockoe Bottom Clay 1714 E. Main St., 775-0832 or shockoebottomclay.com. Shockoe Bottom’s new art space with eight studios and a gallery for featuring 18 local artists. • March First Friday: VCU Student Potters event.
Studio Two Three 3300 W. Clay St., 254-7302 or printrva.org. Central Virginia’s only community printmaking workshop.
Studio/Gallery 6 6 E. Broad St., Second Floor, 252-207-4677 or toddhale.com. A working studio and exhibition space for Todd Hale, a mixed-media artist. Opened for First Fridays Art Walk or by appointment.
Uptown Gallery 1305 W. Main St., 353-8343 or uptowngalleryrichmond.com. Artwork by 27 local artists working with varied media and techniques.
Visual Art Studio 208 W. Broad St., 644-1368 or visualartstudio.org. Artist-run contemporary gallery and painting/photography studio. • Current exhibition: “Under the Stars” by Diana Urbiztondo.
Visual Arts Center of Richmond 1812 W. Main St., 353-0094 or visarts.org. Local and national artists exhibited, plus classes for children and adults. • Through March 4: “[WORK]” by VisArts faculty, staff and board members.
Virginia Center for Architecture 2501 Monument Ave., 644-3041 or branchmuseum.org. Visiting exhibitions, tours, educational programs and publications. • Through May 29: “The Historic American Buildings Survey: Documenting Virginia’s Architectural Heritage” • On permanent exhibit: “The House That Branch Built.”
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N. Boulevard, 340-1400 or vmfa.museum. One of the finest art museums in the country with internationally renowned collections. Through March 13: “Rodin: Evolution of a Genius” • Through April 24: “A Floral Jubilee: The Art of Louise Cochrane”; “The Likeness of Labor” • Through June 19: "Thomas R. Schiff: Virginia 360°" • Ongoing exhibits: The McGlothlin Collection of American Art; Early 20th-Century European Art; Native American Art: The Robert and Nancy Nooter Collection; Fellowship Exhibitions; Studio School Exhibitions; Art Education Center Exhibitions.
Wilton Companies Gallery 626 E. Broad St., 955-4003 or downtown.richmond.edu Part of University of Richmond Downtown. • Through March 11: “All Our Sorrows Heal: Restoring Richmond’s East End Cemetery” featuring the words and photographs of Brian Palmer and Erin Hollaway Palmer.
Windemere Art Gallery 6162 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, 730-0384 or teressapearson.com. Eclectic works.
Montpelier Center for Arts and Education 17205 Mountain Road, Montpelier, 883-7378 or montpeliercenter.org. Music performances, art exhibits and community events.
Ginter Gallery 1800 Lakeside Ave., 262-9887 or lewisginter.org. Located inside the botanical garden’s education building, this space features rotating work inspired by nature.
Iridian Gallery 1407 Sherwood Ave. at Diversity Richmond, 622-4646 or diversityrichmond.org. Iridian features artwork by LGBTQ artists that relates to their experiences.
The Museum Galleries at Virginia Union University 1500 N. Lombardy St., 257-5660 or vuu.edu. Located in the L. Douglas Wilder Library at Virginia Union University, the galleries include collections of masks, sculptures and paintings from Africa and the South Pacific, as well as African-American folk art. • Current exhibition: The Thornton Dial Art Exhibit.
Pine Camp Arts and Community Center 4901 Old Brook Road, 646-3672 or www.richmondgov.com/parks. Exhibits and art workshops are held in the Spotlight Gallery. • Through March 4: “To Sir With Love: African-American Male as Subject” curated by Shaunn Casselle.
Art Room, The 10 Bollingbrook St., 504-5095 or theartroompetersburg.com. A working artists' studio and gallery in the Old Towne Historic District. •Current exhibition features studio artists Sandhi Schimmel Gold, Lisa Mistry, Ally Stallcup, Ibby & Ommie and Holly Olinger.
Petersburg Area Art League 7 E. Old St., Petersburg, 861-4611 or paalart.org. The league, founded in 1932, features everything from quilts and photography to paintings and sculpture. Changing monthly exhibitions every second Friday of the month.
Petersburg Regional Art Center 132 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 733-8200. Five floors of art with more than 100 studios and two large galleries showing solo and juried exhibitions.
Ward Center for Contemporary Art 132-A N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 252-9233 or thewardcenter.com. Located in the renovated historic Butterworth's building, the Ward Center houses artist studios and galleries. • Through July: "Men in Suits: A Day on the Hill," by Rosamond Casey.
West End/Far West End
Alexander Reeves Fine Art 4818 Grove Ave., 314-5502. Fine arts and antiques broker specializing in the 18th and 19th centuries. By appointment only.
Arte Figura 5320 Twin Hickory Road, 545-0861 or artefigura.com. Contemporary oil paintings and interpretive bronze sculptures by Fredy Staal. By appointment only; gallery openings the last Friday of each month.
Biggs Ltd. 11740 W. Broad St. #105, 1-800-362-0677 or biggsltd.com. Collectibles, including European sculpture.
Crittenden Studio 611 Mayfair Ave., 357-6027 or crittendenstudio.com. Oil paintings by Guy Crittenden.
Crossroads Art Center 2016 Staples Mill Road, 278-8950 or crossroadsartcenter.com. Offers local art and holds shows the third Friday of every other month. • Through March 6: “Mediterranean Harbors and Hillsides” by Jim Smither and group shows by Ellie Cox and Friends, the Tuckahoe Artists Association and World Art Group.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen 2880 Mountain Road, 261-ARTS (2787) or artsglenallen.com. Rotating exhibits. • Through March 13 at Gumenick Family Gallery: LEGO Portraits by Brian Korte • February at Slantwall Gallery: James River Art League Mixed Media • Through March 29 at Midway Gallery: “Perspectives” by Gerry Alferio • Through March 29 at Glass Door Gallery: “Adorn Me II.”
For Art’s Sake 9770 Gayton Road, 740-1400 or forartssakegallery.com. Monthly rotating exhibitions by professional local and regional artists, including a gallery, art classes, framing and art reproduction. • February: Dave Short/Cindy Kinney • March: For Art’s Sake Student Show.
Rick's Custom Frame and Gallery 5702 Patterson Ave., 288-0001 or ricksframe.com. Full-service custom frame shop, offering creative design solutions, conservation materials, 30 years of experience and exhibition framing. Also displays original work. • Through March 30: Student work from St. Christopher’s Lower School • April 1-May 27: Oil paintings by Donald Silverman.
Sara D. November Gallery Weinstein JCC, 5403 Monument Ave., 285-6500 or weinsteinjcc.org. Shows focus on Jewish and general art themes. • Through March 21: “Mom and Pop Restaurant” by Catherine Venable.
Stanley Antiques & Fine Art 5612 Grove Ave., 288-2011 or stanleyfinearts.com. Rotating exhibits, as well as fine art and antiques.
University of Richmond Museums 28 Westhampton Way, 289-8276 or museums.richmond.edu. Enjoy three different venues. • Through April 22 at Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center: “Castiglione to Warhol, The Art of Making Faces” • Through May 13 at Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature: “Massive Rocks & Minerals: Selections from the Collection”; “Stories, Status & Patriotism: Nineteenth-Century American Ceramics from the Collection” • Through June 26 at Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art: “Jazz: Print Series” by Romare Bearden.
West End Gallery 4021 Lauderdale Drive, 740-1569 or westend galleryrva.com. Gallery of national, international and local artwork and custom frame shop. • Now on display: “Maymont In Bloom” by John McLean • “Italy’s Beauty” by Carmen Zenna • “Nature’s Inspiration” by Nesvadba • '"Spring & Summer in Abstraction" by Mary Kim • "Beauty of Orchids" by Gan Salman
43rd Street Gallery 1412 W. 43rd St., 233-1758 or 43rdstgallery.com. Contemporary crafts and unique gifts of jewelry, pottery, glass, wood, mixed media and fine art.
Art Works 320 Hull St., 291-1400 or artworksrichmond.com. Special art shows and 75 artists’ studios.
Artspace 0 E. Fourth St., 232-6464 or artspacegallery.org. Member-operated galleries showing contemporary work. • Through March 12: “Within Reach: An Exhibition and Art Auction to Benefit Artspace” (live and silent auction on night of March 12).
Bainbridge Art Center 1312 Bainbridge St., 230-4544. A mix of events, performing arts and fine art. By appointment only.
Bella Arte Gallery 3734 Winterfield Road, 794-1511 or bella-arte.com. Fine art, studio glass and art jewelry.
Bon Air Artists Association bonairartists.com. This fine artists association promotes the arts within the Richmond metropolitan region. Rotating exhibitions in venues throughout the city, including SunTrust banks, Crossroads Art Center, Johnston-Willis Hospital and Mary Munford Elementary School.
Chesterfield Center for the Arts Chester Village Green, 748-5555 or artschesterfieldva.org. Newly constructed performing and visual arts center, set to open in the second quarter of 2016.
Gather 920 Mount Hermon Road, 379-0441 or shopgather.com. A home goods and gifts shop located in an 1850s country store. Owner Melissa Carr’s landscapes are featured.
Onetribe 211 W. Seventh St., second floor, 230-4480 or onetribe.nu. A permanent collection celebrating the history of body decoration and modification.
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