Art in the Woods Gallery "Expressing the Moment," works in acrylic and oil pastels by Nimrod Group member Jane S. Scott, opens with a reception March 28 from 6-8 p.m. with music by Reflections. Through April 1. St. Mary's Woods Retirement Community. 1257 Marywood Lane. 741-8624.
Astra Design Oil paintings on found metal by Charlottesville artist Michael Fitts, opens with a reception March 29 from 6-8 p.m. Through April 26. 3141 W. Cary St. 257-5467.
Chop Suey Books The upstairs gallery features three new exhibits: "Vinnie's All Purpose Custom Cardboards;" "Superstructure VI;" and "What We're Made Of" by Sarah Sockit, all opening with a reception from 6-10 p.m. Through April 27. 1317 W. Cary St. 497-4705.
Anderson Gallery "The Student Design Exhibition," featuring works by VCU's School of the Arts. Through March 30. 907 « W. Franklin St. 828-1522.
Arboretum Gallery "Barbara Duke Jones: Visual Diary," works curated by Main Art Gallery, now on view. Through May 30. 301 Arboretum Place. 330-8888.
Arstpace Gallery The gallery features four new exhibits: "Signs of Immortality," a journey into Burma and Laos by Regula Franz; "Fifty Words," small-scale mixed media by Robin Bray; "Kilverkleter," large-scale painting blending pointillism and perceptual abstractions; "Evolutions," work in mixed media involving photomontage and oil on canvas by Carol Meese. Through March 30. 6 E. Broad St. 782-8672.
Brazier Fine Art "Quiet Places," recent oil paintings by Alabama artist Les Yarbrough. Through March 30. 3401 W. Cary St. 359-2787.
Chasen Galleries "Purity and Beauty," oil paintings using geometric shapes and abstract patterns by Russian artist Oleg Zhivetin. Through March 31. 3554 W. Cary St. 204-1048.
Crossroads Art Center "The Ides Have It," March gallery show featuring artist interpretations of classics. Through March 31. The gallery also features works in oil, pastels, pen, ink and watercolor by Kay Krapfl, artist of the month. 2016 Staples Mill Road. 278-8950.
Cudahy's Gallery "Recent Work," paintings and drawings by Ephraim Rubenstein and Erling Sjovold. Through April 23. 1314 E. Cary St. 782-1776.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen "45 Centuries of Latin American Art," textiles, pottery, jewelry, silver and oil paintings. Through May 17. Also, artwork in various media on display in the Slant Wall Gallery. Through April 30. 2880 Mountain Road. 270-4315.
Eric Schindler Gallery "Thirtyonenewdays, thirtyonenewpieces," by Chris Milk Hulburt. Through April 4. 2305 E. Broad St. 644-5005.
Flippo Gallery "The Art of the Elegant Line: Pen and Ink Drawings from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration." Through April 4. Pace-Armistead Hall. Randolph-Macon College. 752-3712.
For Art's Sake Gallery "Spring Invitational 2003," features work by Kim Eubank, Joanne Gill Worth, Memhet Altug, Michael Farrar and Cynthia Rector Jones. Through Sep. 1. 3451 W. Cary St. 353-8101.
Hand Workshop Art Center The art center features two new exhibits: "Making a Mark," works on paper by four influential Richmond artists; "Mapping Memory," works by two emerging artists from New York and Texas. Through May 18. 353-0094.
Lora Robbins Gallery "Structures of Nature," a three-installation exhibit featuring nature-inspired photographs by the late Andreas Feininger, concludes with "Structures of Nature (Plants and Patterns)." Through May 18.
Also, two special exhibitions featuring Pre-Columbian ceramics now on view: "Worldviews: Maya Ceramics from the Palmer Collection," through Aug. 3; and "Vessels and Ritual Objects: Pre-Columbian Ceramics from the Permanent Collection," through June 22. University of Richmond. 289-8276.
Main Art Gallery Recent work by Murry DePillars. Through March 30. 1537 W. Main St. 359-3499.
Marsh Art Gallery "Arnold Mesches: Echoes, A Century Survey," includes more than 100 paintings and drawings that present a survey of the last century. Through June 28.
Also, "Senior Thesis Exhibition," featuring the works of graduating studio art majors. Through April 6. University of Richmond. 289-8276.
Old World Prints Art Gallery "Russian Realism," an exhibition and sale of more than 500 museum-quality paintings. 2601 Floyd Ave. 213-0600.
Orange Door Gallery "Rame Panorama," site specific and related artwork from 12 Richmond artists. Through March 29. 12 W. Broad St. 648-7771.
Pine Camp Arts Center The Spotlight Gallery presents "The Masters," an intimate collection of Willard Taylor's photographs of internationally known jazz and cultural icons. Through May 2. 4901 Old Brook Road. 646-3674.
Reynolds Gallery The gallery features two exhibits: exhibition of new works by Virginia artist Robert Stuart and plant lithographs by Ellsworth Kelly. Through April 5. 1514 W. Main St. 355-6553.
Richmond Public Library In the Art and Music Foyer, large-scale geometric abstract paintings and works on paper by Mark Pehanich, the Blue Hall features new abstract paintings by Dolly Holmes. Both through April 1.
Two new exhibits: In the Gellman Room, watercolors and oil pastels from travels in Hawaii and South Africa by Richmond artist Sara Camlin; the Second Floor Gallery features drawings, prints and paintings by Richmond artists Jon Clary, Madeline Hoch and Bruce Wilhelm. Through April 1. 101 E. Franklin St. 646-4740.
Shockoe Bottom Arts Center "March All Media Show," works in various media now on view in the Tobacco Gallery. Through April 12.
Also, Red Group exhibition by Amanda Arwood featuring Michael Milli and Angela Schlueter, now on view. Through April 4. Also, "Art is ," painting and printmaking by Patrick Binks, now on view. Through April 5. 2001 E. Grace St. Studio 108. 643-7959.
Uptown Gallery Painted palm-tree images by Nada Askew and various works in multimedia by Fran Thomas. Through May 10. 1305 W. Main St. 353-8343.
Visual Art Studio "Scar Series," large-scale evocative and brightly colored ultrarealistic pastel drawings by Richmond artist Susan Singer. Through March 29. 208 W. Broad St. 644-1368.
Zeus Gallery "Bad Girls Art Show," new works by Georgia Terry and Keithley Pierce, now on view. Through March 30. 201 N. Belmont Ave. 359-3219.
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