a non-profit gallery for the visual and performing arts

Zero East 4th St.
Richmond, VA 23224
2nd Entrance at: 31 East 3rd St.
Wed.-Sun., 12-4PM and By Appointment
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Call for Entries for Exhibitions in January through August 2020
Submission Deadline Extended to August 1, 2019

All proposals must be submitted through the online form located here. The form and all data submitted are saved on formsite's secure site. You may also access it directly at this address: https://fs23.formsite.com/artspacerva/fnid6mntzs/index.html

Opening July 26, 2019

Gallery Closed Mondays and Tuesdays this July and August

Richmond, VA – artspace is pleased to present five new gallery exhibitions, featuring artists Adam Bradley, Nick Candela, Jennifer Printz, Martha Prideaux, and a group exhibition of work by artspace Artist Members. Exhibition dates are July 26 through August 18, 2019. An Opening Reception for the Artists will take place on Friday, July 26, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. This event will be Free and Open to the Public. A closing talk will take place on Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. This event will also be Free and Open to the Public.

In the Main Gallery, Adam Bradley presents Vulnerable and Predatory. This body of work is a response to feelings of grief, isolation and the powerlessness of loss. Bradley's figures are shown with varying degrees of disfigurement which represent feelings of helplessness, desperation, and a loss of self in a world that no longer makes sense. Based in Washington D.C, Adam is primarily a figure sculptor, constructing work from found materials such as welded steel, wood, cast metal and ceramics. He teaches 2d and 3d Foundations, Drawing and Sculpture at George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College and Catholic University. His work has been showcased in Atlantic Gallery, Chelsea, New York, 2018 Foggy Bottom Outdoor Sculpture Biennial in Washington D.C., and Hillyer Art Space.

On view in the Helena Davis Gallery: Dealing with the Archive by Richmond artist Nick Candela. Candela's work is born of images plucked from various media which are reused to create dissonance. His paintings consist of images and text that meld assorted themes into collages of often absurd scenes. He received his MFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017. Candela's work can be found in permanent collections at the University of Mary Washington and the Savannah College of Art and Design, and in private collections across the country. He has been featured in Studio Visit Magazine, CreativPaper, and Whurk Magazine.

Gentle Equanimity, mixed media drawings by Jennifer Printz, will be featured in the Frable Gallery. For Printz, there is something that makes her "wonder about the imperceptible quality of stars in the noonday sun, what forces hold clouds up in the sky, and what arranges the sundry of the universe." Her work explores the relationship of these things and a faith in their existence. Through a buildup of graphite or manual printing relief block, she asserts her hand over photographs she has taken of the sky over her home. Printz earned her MFA from the University of Georgia in 2001. Her work has been featured in both solo and group exhibitions across the country. Jennifer lives in southwest Virginia.

smallspace Gallery features the oil and cold wax paintings of Martha Prideaux's Grounded in Water. Prideaux says, "I am trying to create work that balances the effect of human choice with chance, futility, nature and other forces that we may not be able to control, understand or even recognize." Martha has been using oil paints and cold wax medium to create abstract paintings since 2017. Born in Virginia, raised in North Carolina, and a high school student in St. Louis, Prideaux came to Richmond to attend the University of Richmond. She is married with two sons and two dogs.

The Suzanne Foley Gallery will show The Hard and the Soft, works in all media by artspace Artist Members.

The gallery will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays in July and August, 2019. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 12-4 p.m. Please contact the gallery administrator at artspaceorg@gmail.com, or phone the gallery at 804-232-6464 for additional information. The gallery is located at Zero East 4th Street in Richmond, Virginia 23224, with a second door at 31 E. 3rd St., and online at www.artspacegallery.org.

-- News Release by Aaron Stein, PR Volunteer

>> July/August 2019 News Release (PDF)

Opening July 26, 2019

Gallery Closed Mondays and Tuesdays this July and August

Adam Bradley
Vulnerable and Predatory

Figure Sculpture / Main Gallery

Jennifer Printz
Gentle Equanimity

Mixed Media Drawing / Frable Gallery

Nick Candela
Dealing with the Archive

Paintings / Helena Davis Gallery

Martha Prideaux
Grounded in Water

Oil and Cold Wax Paintings / smallspace Gallery

The Hard and the Soft -- artspace artist members

works in all media / Suzanne Foley Gallery

>> July/August 2019 News Release (PDF)

Thank you for celebrating
our 30th Anniversary in 2018

We look forward to another exciting year of exhibitions in 2019!

artspace loves to help artists bring their creative dreams to fruition by sharing their artwork with the public. Watch this video for a reminder of all the great exhibitions we presented in 2018 and a preview of the shows we have scheduled this year.

2019 Exhibition Calendar

January 25 - February 17, 2019

Haylie Zapantis—Chemistry of a Color - Main Gallery
Collective Efforts—JMU Art 3D faculty exhibition - Frable Gallery
Kay Franz—Burnt Offerings - Helena Davis Gallery
Maureen McCarron—The Birds - smallspace Gallery
Something borrowed, something new—a new year, a new view - Suzanne Foley Gallery

February 22 - March 9, 2019

Within Reach 2019 Annual Auction - All Galleries

March 22 - April 21, 2019

radius250 2019 - All Galleries

April 26 - May 19, 2019

Because OF: VCU Crafts and Material Studies Department graduate student group show - Main, Helena Davis, Frable and smallspace Galleries

May 24 - June 23, 2019

Morgan Craig—Identifying with Artifice: the Specter of Capitalism - Main Gallery
Naomi Swyers—Richmond Through a Needle's Eye - Helena Davis Gallery
Signal:Noise—Collaborative Composite Works by Robin L. Ryder, William Brian Porter, and L. Daniel Mouer - Frable and smallspace Galleries
Elements - the parts and the whole: artspace members -- works in all media - Suzanne Foley Gallery

June 28 - July 21, 2019

Julie Comnick—Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra - Main Gallery
Tom Monsees—INT/EXT. DAY/NIGHT -THE WOODS - Helena Davis Gallery
Margaret Buchanan—Subterranean - Frable Gallery
Shannon Gilbert—Unprotected - smallspace
Points of Interest—artspace members -- works in all media - Suzanne Foley Gallery

July 26 - August 18, 2019

Adam Bradley—Vulnerable and Predatory - Main Gallery
Nick Candela—Dealing with the Archive - Helena Davis Gallery
Jennifer Printz—Gentle Equanimity - Frable Gallery
Martha Prideaux—Grounded in Water - smallspace
The Hard and the Soft—artspace members -- works in all media - Suzanne Foley Gallery

August 23 - September 22, 2019

Beverly Ryan—Drone Zone - Main Gallery
Cindy Mehr—Celebrations - Helena Davis Gallery
Bizhan Khodabandeh—The Art of The Little Red Fish - Frable Gallery
Mitzi Humphrey—Another Way - smallspace
Sight Lines and Shadows—artspace members -- works in all media - Suzanne Foley Gallery

September 27 - October 20, 2019

Kim Rice - Main Gallery
Kathleen Craig - Helena Davis Gallery
Giulia Livi - Frable Gallery
Martin Brief - smallspace

November 8 - December 15, 2019

ThinkSmall10 - All Galleries

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