Art First Gallery

Art First Gallery
Art First Gallery is listed in the Art Galleries Dealers & Consultants category in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Art First Gallery which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Art First Gallery on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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824 Caroline St
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 371-7107
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Jessica Cannon at Art on the Square Art on the Square is one of JWCW's principal fundraisers to support community art initiatives. We are proud to announce our 54rd Annual Art on the Square (in Williamsburg, VA) will be held on Sunday, April 30th from 10am to 5pm. Art on the Square is a juried show that is dedicated to providing original, high quality, handcrafted and diverse mediums of art. It is located on Duke of Gloucester and North Boundary Street in Merchants Square, Williamsburg, Virginia. The event features more than 170 artists and is free and open to the public. Proceeds from artist booth fees are donated to visual and performing arts organizations throughout the greater Williamsburg area including Williamsburg, James City and York counties.
Art on the Square

Jessica Cannon at Gallery Flux Jessica will be participating in a show entitled CONTEMPO (a modern take on contemporary art) Opening reception is April 6th from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Additional 2nd reception is May 4th from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Fine Art Gallery Representing Local and Regional Artists in Ashland, Virginia

Fredericksburg Call for Photographic Entries! The Project: The Fredericksburg Tourism and Fredericksburg Sister City Association plan to publish a book of photographs of Fredericksburg City to use as diplomatic gifts to governments of our four Sister Cities and as a tourist sale item in the downtown Visitors Center. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Fredericksburg Arts Commission. The Theme: Traditional photographic art that depicts the artist’s interpretation of MY FREDERICKSBURG. Entry rules: No Entry Fee Color and or black and white photographs will be accepted No more than three (3) images per person will be accepted Only digital images will be accepted. Images should be emailed as a JPEG with a maximum of 1000 pixels on the longest side. Include your name, email, mailing address, and contact phone number in the body of the email. Title each piece with Photographer Last name and title. Example: CathyHerndon_MyHome.jpg Artists are encouraged to include a one sentence description of each title submitted. Submit application via email to Cathy Herndon at By entering the Artist agrees to Allow unlimited use of photographs to be used by the City of Fredericksburg for promotional purposes. Copyright of the image is retained by the photographer. Provide a high-resolution version of the image upon acceptance into the book Allow the use of name for credit purposes Awards: $100 for one cover photo, and world wide recognition for all. IMPORTANT DATES: Entries Due | April 30, 2017 Notice Of Acceptance | May 15, 2017

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FCCA April Exhibit Barbara Taylor Hall and Cathy Herndon had paintings juried into the April Regional Exhibit at the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts. Juror, Greig Leach of Richmond, Virginia, is a widely exhibited and collected artist with works in the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Vatican, and corporate collections throughout the United States. The exhibit will run from April 1-28, with an opening reception on First Friday, April 7, from 6 - 8:30 p.m. The juror will speak and present awards at 6:00.

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“Eye Candy” by Sandra Kennelly Opening Reception: First Friday, April 7 from 6 pm to 9 pm Exhibit on View: Daily during the month of April from 11 am to 5 pm Sweet revenge and delight in the creative process continue to fuel octogenarian artist, Sandra Kennelly. One professor at the University of California, Berkeley, told her: “It’s a shame you’ll marry and have children and never do anything with Art”. She went on to receive an art degree there, raised a family, taught art and has shown her work at Art First since 2009. Each piece in this new show of sparkling dichroic glass jewelry, three dimensional photographs and wall hangings will be on display for the first time.The shifting colors and appearance of dichroic glass result from layering glass with thin metals or oxides. Kennelly assembles tiny pieces of the glass, then uses a pottery kiln to fuse a wearable work of art. The unpredictability of the process sustains her enthusiasm, as does the realization that her works are worn