Amanda Dalla Villa Adams

“Social”

Visual Arts Center of Richmond

July 2015

“Social,” a group exhibition of Charlotte Potter’s glass cameos, Ariel Brice’s ceramics, and Lucy Louise Derickson’s repurposed pewter, asks the viewer to reconsider communication and relationships in the digital world. For example,… READ ON

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Daniel Leivick

Candela Books + Gallery

May 2015

Daniel Leivick’s exhibition underscores the necessity of seeing photographs in person. Offering richly composed aerial photocollages that allude to cartography, systemization, and early twentieth-century abstraction, these sixteen photographs… READ ON

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Amy Feldman

Reynolds Gallery

April 2015

New York–based artist Amy Feldman’s exhibition “Mirror Cool” features four large paintings in two colors: cool gray pigment against stark white canvas. Each work is a 6.5-foot square canvas, but the painted images—bubbling rectangles… READ ON

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Susie Ganch

Visual Arts Center of Richmond

April 2014

Ethical metalworking, sustainability, and recycled detritus figure prominently in Richmond-based Susie Ganch’s two-part exhibition. “Susie Ganch: Tied” offers independent work while the Radical Jewelry Makeover project, founded by Ganch… READ ON

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Siemon Allen

Reynolds Gallery

January 2014

South African–born, US-based artist Siemon Allen’s current solo show, succinctly titled “Exhibition,” explores the mental space devoted to creating a work, the interlocution between the idea and the execution of a piece, and the … READ ON

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