Astra Design VCU professor and local artist Jude Schlotzhauer's new cast glass and mixed-media exhibit titled, "New Work: Masks and Boats." Through Sept. 30. 3141 W. Cary St. 257-5928.
Brazier Fine Art "Oil Painters of America East/Southeast Regional Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils." Through Oct. 5. 3401 W. Cary St. 359-2787.
Column B Gallery "Dave Moore: New Works." Through September. Chop Suey Books, 1317 W. Cary St.
Cudahy's Gallery New work by oil and mixed-media artists Michael Crespo and Pamela Black Wagner will be on display through Oct. 16. 1314 E. Cary St. 782-1776.
Cultural Arts Center "Fields of Visions," paintings and sculptures of Virginia's landscapes by eight local artists. Through Oct. 19. 2880 Mountain Road. 261-6200.
Flippo Gallery Inspired by Rembrandt's "Night Watch," artist Carole Garmon creates her own installation titled "mort main: The Night Watch." Through Oct. 26. Located in the Pace-Armistead Hall on the Randolph-Macon College campus. 211 N. Center St. 752-3712.
Gallery at Brandermill Inn "Original Abstract Acrylic Paintings" by Norman Wyatt Jr.; "Original Oil Paintings" by Paul Bertholet; "Original Watercolor Paintings" by Maria Rabinky, and "Original Pastels" by Elaine Bankston. Through September. 13550 Harbour Pointe Parkway, Brandermill. 739-8871.
George M. Modlin Center for the Arts "True Grit: Seven Female Visionaries before Feminism" is a collaboration of paintings, sculpture and drawings made between 1951 and 1975 by seven American female artists, who have influenced the course of modern art. Through Sept. 29. University of Richmond, George M. Modlin Center for the Arts. 289-8276.
Hand Workshop Art Center "Pushing Paper: Prints & Artist Books from Pyramid Atlantic," features diverse works by 50 artists from around the globe. Through Oct. 27. 1812 W. Main St. 353-0094, ext. 17.
Historic Weston Manor "Architecture in Virginia: The New Dominion," features 30 photographs portraying Virginia architecture. Through Oct. 25. Hopewell. 458-4682.
Ink Tattoo & Art Thea Duskin's exhibit titled "Whatever happened to 1984?" Through Oct. 16. 1825A W. Main St. 359-4755.
Lora Robins Gallery "Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature." Through Oct. 27. "Heads or Tails: Ancient Coins from the Permanent Collection," features a small selection of Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins from the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature. The coins include common themes, and this is the first time the coins have been exhibited as a group. Through Feb. 2, 2003. "Structures of Nature" features nature-inspired photographs by the late Andreas Feininger. Through May 15, 2003. 289-8276.
Main Art Gallery "The Pap Paintings," and exhibit by VCU Qatar professor and artist Kipp Greene. Through Sept. 30. 1537 W. Main St.
Marsh Art Gallery "Going with the Flow" features prints by Pat Steir, who is known for her unique gestural style that sometimes resembles waterfalls. Through Dec. 15. University of Richmond, Marsh Art Gallery. 289-1894.
Reynolds Gallery "Equations Currents Chariots," features the complex abstract paintings of Richmond artist Stephen Clark. Through Oct. 5. 1514 W. Main St. 355-6553.
Richmond Public Library A quilt and visual family history by Unicia Buster on extended loan. Also, "Clay Works" by Nora Green, "The Fifth Commandment" by Caroline Young Long and "Spirals in Nature." "Life, Memory and Imagination," features monotypes, collagraphs and mixed-media works by Mary Andrews Melton. Through Oct. 1. The Gellman Room. Richmond Public Library, 101 E. Franklin St.
Riverfront Plaza (East Tower) More than two dozen original works in oil, watercolor and pastel by Richmond artist Doug Zeigler. Through Sept. 27. 951 E. Byrd St. 788-8218.
Shockoe Bottom Art Center "September All Media Show." Through Oct. 12. Beverly Nelson's solo-photographic exhibit titled, "Flowers-Namibian Sand-Water" in Gallery 131. Through Oct. 16. 2001 E. Grace St. 643-7959.
Virtual Art Studio "Photo Impressions: Transcending Public Spaces into Private Places," by Susan Lamson. Through Sept. 28. 208 W. Broad St. 644-1368.
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