Pints & Pots One Day Only!
Come see the works of eighteen of Richmond’s premier potters, and enjoy a pint or two, and, while you’re at it do something good for the community by purchasing a raffle ticket to help support the Circle Preschool Program, a therapeutic preschool program for children ages three to six.
To be held 11-6, April 28 at Strangeways Brewing, this will be one of the largest gatherings of Richmond potters in many years, and it’s a perfect opportunity to purchase art for your home.
Each potter will be donating one piece of their work for a raffle which will benefit the Circle Preschool Program. Children in this program have all experienced one kind of severe trauma or another, which prevents them from attending typical preschool or childcare centers. Circle Preschool provides therapy to the children, and trauma-informed group meetings and individual therapy to the caregivers.
Featured potters are Carren Clarke, Cindy Eide, Maria Galuszka, Lee Hazelgrove, Jane Hendley, Denise Hennig, Karen Hull, Sharon Kincaid, Philip Mills, Chrisana Reveley, Kelly Riggs, Carolyn Royce, Nancy Sowder, Steven Summerville, Jeff Vick, Nga Weaver and Lindsay Wood. Their work spans the gamut of the clay arts, from functional to decorative, contemporary to traditional. All booths will be under-tent for this rain or shine even. Food trucks, and beer, glorious beer.
For more information visit https://strangewaysbrewing.com/
Faces Beyond Portraits
At Uptown Gallery
Twenty-four artists present 33 studies of the human face in lithography, watercolor, acrylic, oil on canvas, wood cut, graphite, collage and mixed media. Exhibit runs through May 26 at Uptown Gallery, 1305 West Main St., Richmond, VA 23220.