Elizabeth Howard

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    Twisting. Turning. Twirling. Swirling. Slipping. Sliding. Gliding. Falling. Soaring. Flying free.

    The magic of carnival rides, animals and the whistle of a circus calliope are evoked like silver […]

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    Images come in my imagination, either imposed by impressions from the movies, music or theater or by simple communication with another person. Some think my works are based on literature, but this is not […]

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    As her life changed so did the patterns of her art.

    “I love patterns…I surround myself with patterns,” says mixed media artist Judy McLeod, a Charlottesville resident for more than four decades. “Whe […]

  • Since changing paths on my photographic journey about three years ago, I continue to find great excitement and inspiration—as well as endless thematic possibilities—while experimenting with light painting tec […]

  • My selected photographs belong to two different periods and locations but stem from similar motivations. They are studies, each leading to the next image, knowing that images birth one another. They are all […]

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    “To me photography is a blend of serendipity, of good fortune and conscious selection and structuring. I need to apply skill and I need to get lucky,” says Charlottesville photographer Will Kerner. “The […]

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    (Unless otherwise noted, all paintings are watercolor/mixed media on hand-felted wool and rice paper.)

     

    I am kind of an image junkie, especially images of the subconscious or […]

  • Most things, no matter how trite and mundane, have intrinsic beauty or interest when presented in just the proper way. This is the core premise underlying Forensic Foraging, an alternative technique for […]

  • The New World Order Blues is inspired by the late conspiracy researcher and radio personality Mae Brussell, updated for today’s concerns and presented in one of the greatest music styles ever created by A […]

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    Maybe Joan Söderlund’s mother was on to something.

    “My mother wanted to keep me off my bicycle because I had broken a few bones. I think she thought, ‘If we get her into art and painting, it will ke […]

  • Streetlight art editor, Elizabeth Meade Howard, had her book Aging Famously: Follow Those You Admire to Living Long and Well published by Jefferson Park Press on September 10thth. Jane Barnes, author of Falling in […]

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    I wander through urban places, mostly near my home in Brooklyn, New York, rolling a Whole Foods cart jammed with a collapsible chair, a bristol pad, pencils, pastels, an easel and canvases. I make i […]

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    Book Launch of Best Intentions
    Tuesday, August 15th at 7 PM
    Mudhouse Coffeeshop Crozet
    5793 The Square, Crozet, VA 22932

     

  • Elizabeth Howard started the topic in the forum Art Shows & Exhibits 5 years ago

     

     

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                                                  The Swede
               August at Chroma – Blake Hurt: August Persons
     

    August 4 – 26, 2017

    Artist Talk & Reception on Sunday, August 20, 4:00 PM

    York Place
    112 West Main St. Suite 10
    Charlottesville, Virginia

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  • Elizabeth Howard started the topic in the forum Art Shows & Exhibits 5 years ago

     

     

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                                                  The Swede
               August at Chroma – Blake Hurt: August Persons
    August 4 – 26, 2017

    Artist Talk & Reception on Sunday, August 20, 4:00 PM

    York Place
    112 West Main St. Suite 10
    Charlottesville, Virginia

      Also Showing in the PCA Gallery

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    My favorite flower is an iris, inspired by Van Gogh’s painting, Irises. It’s a painting of blue irises with one white iris symbolizing his loneliness. I feel loneliest in a group so I strong […]

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    Whether nature, still lifes, intimate interiors or portraits, John Randall Younger aims for the sense of reality rather than an exact, perfect replica.

    “I paint more illusion of reality,” says Youn […]

  • Elizabeth Howard started the topic in the forum 5 years, 1 month ago

     

     

                                       SUMMER GROUP SHOW: NICHOLS GALLERY, ANNEX AND STUDIO

                                                             Gallery Hours: Thursday thru Sunday, 11-5

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                                                       Fred Nichols’ Sherando Island, watercolor 18”x 24” 

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                                                                   SO I TRAVELED A GREAT DEAL…..

    Opening Reception: July 5th, 6-8PM

    Exhibit: July 6th – August 18th

    Matthew Mark Gallery
    522 West 22nd Sreet, New York

     

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    Sarah Boyts Yoder, Soft Spring, 2017, acrylic, spray paint, oil stick, watercolor on cotton duck, 36 x 44”

                              Summer Perspectives & More Light to Show at Les Yeux du Monde Gallery 

                                                                              June 23 – August 13

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