The Hand Workshop Art Center The Craft & Design Show has a reputation for hosting some of the finest contemporary crafts in the country, and opens Friday at 7 p.m. It runs daily through Nov. 17 at the new Convention Center, Fifth and Broad streets. Adults $10. 353-0094.
Interaction 21 VCU presents works on paper by 25 graduating seniors from the Painting and Printmaking Department, on view in the Fish Bowl Gallery on the third floor of the Fine Arts Building Nov. 18 through Nov. 23. The selected works display the artistic achievements and developments of emerging graduating artists. The reception is Thursday, Nov. 21, 5-7 p.m. 1000 W. Broad St.
Shockoe Bottom Arts Center The November all-media show and reception takes place Friday (Nov. 15) at 7 p.m. and hangs through Jan. 11. 2001 E. Grace St. 643-7959.
Starch New drawings and monotypes by Chris Palmer on view through Dec. 6. 105 E. Main St. 344-3334.
Uptown Gallery Brenda Bickerstaff-Stanley and Linda Wetmore exhibit for a winter show called "Tropical Getaway." It opens with a reception Friday (Nov. 15), 5-7:30 p.m. 1305 W. Main St. 353-8343.
1708 Gallery Jennifer Van Winkle's drawings and sculptures and Joann Brennan's large-scale photographs. Through Nov. 30. 319 W. Broad St. 643-1708.
Abattoir Fine Arts "Private Spaces: An Inside Look By Nine Artists." Through Nov. 17. 210 E. Grace St. 643-7118.
Anderson Gallery "Fiber, Clay and Mixed Media: Three Master Artist/Craftsmen." Through Dec. 1. 907 « W. Franklin St. 828-1522.
Artemis Gallery Expressionist paintings by Lee Olsen Weaver. Through Dec. 31. 1601 W. Main St. 254-1755.
Artspace "Paper Sculptures" by Shelia Gray; "Work in Progress: first installment" by John Bailey; "Faces" by Daniel Page; and "Faces, Places, and Human Spaces" by Susan Alma Singer. Through Dec. 1. 6 E. Broad St. 782-8672.
Astra Design Susan Patrick's "Dresses, False Doors, and Buildings." Through Dec. 7. 3141 W. Cary St. 257-5928.
Brazier Fine Art "Painters' Preference" by Loryn Brazier. Through Nov. 30. 3401 W. Cary St. 359-2787.
Chasen Galleries "Highly Diverse" featuring abstract landscapes and one of a kind jewelry by Joanne Miller Rafferty, continues through Nov. 29. 3554 W. Cary St. 204-1048.
Crossroads Art Center "Autumn Through the Artist's Eye." Through Oct. 31. 2016 Staples Mill Road. 278-8950.
Cudahy's Gallery "Shapes and Shadows" features oil paintings by Roberta Schofield and sculptures by B. Millner. Through Nov. 18. 1314 E. Cary St. 782-1776.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen "Five Lessons From Nature" considers the manifestations of the natural world's evolutions. Through Dec. 21. 2800 Mountain Road. 261-6200.
Flippo Gallery Monotypes and paintings by Ken Buhler. Through Dec. 13. Randolph-Macon College in Pace-Armistead Hall. 211 N. Center St. 752-3600.
For Art's Sake The annual Anne Chaddock Bolton and Susan M. Stuller Art Exhibition, new watercolors, acrylics and pastels from these artists. Through Jan. 4. 3451 W. Cary St. 353-8101.
Gallery 5800 Lynn Blakemore's "Giverny" features her inspired renderings of the house and gardens of Claude Monet's home in Paris. Through Dec. 4. 5800 Grove Ave. 285-0774.
The Gallery at Corporate & Museum Frame John McCarthy's "Recent Works" feature oil paintings of Virginia's landscapes. Through Dec. 4. 301 W. Broad St. 643-6858.
The Hand Workshop "Burma: Something Went Wrong, Photographs by Chan Chao" and "In Situ: Portraits of People at Home, Photographs by Taylor Dabney, Tom Hunter & Zwelethu Mthethwa." Through Dec. 22. 1812 W. Main St. 353-0094.
Ink Tattoo & Art "Solid," a series of cartoon influenced paintings by Chad Middleton. Through Nov. 20. 1825A W. Main St. 359-4755.
Lora Robins Gallery "Art Nouveau Glass and Pottery"; "Heads or Tails: Ancient Coins from the Permanent Collection," 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 "75% Reality; 25% Other" features photographic images by Alyssa Salomon. Through Nov. 30. 1537 W. Main St. 359-3499.
Marsh Art Gallery "Adolph Gottlieb: Monotypes" features 40 monotypes created by Adolph Gottlieb during the last months of his life. Through Dec. 8. "Going with the Flow" features gestural style prints by Pat Steir. Through Dec. 15. "The Brotherhood of Free Culture: Recent Art from St. Petersburg, Russia" features nonconformist paintings by seven contemporary Russian artists. Through Dec. 15. University of Richmond. 289-1894.
Montpelier Center for the Arts Members of the Lee Artists Association exhibit new works through Dec. 31. Western Hanover. 883-7378.
Orange Door "Episal," photography by Sherry Griffin. Through Nov. 30. 12 W. Broad St. 648-7771.
Reynolds Gallery "Fictions in Wonderland" features installments by Christopher Chiappa, E.V. Day, Tara Donovan, Sally Mann, Roxy Paine and Alyson Shotz. Through Dec. 14. 1514 W. Main St. 355-6553.
Spirit of Art "Selected Works" by Barbara Duke Jones. Through Dec. 20. 17112-B Mountain Road, Hanover. 883-7760.
Spotlight Gallery The Best of the National Arts Program. Through Dec. 13. 4901 Old Brook Road. 646-3674.
Three Miles "Dia de Los Muertos: Celebrate the Dead" features art and installations by local artists. Through November. 1 W. Broad St. 677-1151.
Uptown Gallery "Tropical Getaway" by Brenda Bickerstaff-Stanley and Linda Wetmore. Through Jan. 11, 2003. 1305 W. Main St. 353-8343.
Visual Art Studio "Silent Reflections" features black-and-white photographs of dawn's early light by local artist and VCU professor David Bremer. Through Nov. 30. 208 W. Broad St. 644-1368.
West End Antiques Mall "Frankly French," features original fine paintings created by French artists during the past 150 years. Through Nov. 16. 419 Dellbrooks Place. Call 740-1471 for more information.
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