Art Gallery at Brightpoint
The Art Gallery at Brightpoint is located on the first floor, E107 of Eliades Hall on our Midlothian campus and hosts exhibitions from professional artists, as well as showcasing Brightpoint student work.
The gallery hours: Open Mondays – Thursdays, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., and by appointment
To schedule an appointment outside of regular operating hours, please contact Dr. Paula Winn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chance / Intention
The Art Gallery at Brightpoint is pleased to present the first solo show from student artist, Josh Cloninger. Initially interested in photography, Cloninger’s recent exploration of materials and process has led him to non-objectivism in watercolor. Each work documents the outcome of Cloninger’s experimentation with media and reveals the choices that he made in the work’s production. Cloninger lives in Powhatan, VA.
The exhibition dates are May 31–July 29, 2022.
Eqqumarka: New Artifacts from an Ancient City to the Upcoming Exhibition section. The exhibition dates are August 15–October 7, 2022 and the artist is Patricia Silva-Santisteban.
Ceramic work by Patricia Silva-Santisteban eqqumarka.com.
Juried Student Art Show 2022
Enter up to three of your favorite pieces in any media for an opportunity to win awards for your art! See the online submission form for full rules. Submissions will be accepted March 21–28 in the Art Gallery, E107. The Juried Student Art Show will be on view in the Art Gallery April 11–29, 2022.
Stream of Consciousness
Artwork by Gerry Bannan and Genesis Chapman
The exhibition runs through March 11, 2022.
Artwork by Anne Savedge
January 24-February 28, 2020
Opening Reception: January 24
For a number of years, Savedge has been photographing people involved in dance and other movement through space. Her fascination with capturing movement began with belly dancers and now includes ethnic dancers, modern dancers, ballroom dancers, acrobats, and twirling monks. Savedge uses in-camera techniques and digital processing to capture the energy and excitement of a performance in images.
Then and Now
Artwork by Diana Detamore and Laurie Carnohan
October 25-December 13, 2019
Opening Reception: October 25
Diana Detamore has taught in the Visual Arts program at Brightpoint for nearly twenty years; during this time Laurie Carnohan was one of her students. After Laurie graduated, they maintained their friendship, encouraging and inspiring one another’s creative pursuits. Both artists use mixed media to create richly layered images, which move between abstraction and representation. Their work shares several common themes and sources of inspiration: the mysteries of nature, the transcendence of time, and the inherent beauty discovered in obscure and fleeting moments.