John Edward Welch “I Cannot Accept This Wonderful Gift…”

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John Edward Welch

“I cannot Accept This Wonderful Gift…”

Opening Reception: Friday September 5th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM

John Edward Welch (1918-2011) was a self-taught sign painter and artist, and longtime resident of Newport News, Virginia. His mixed-media paintings combine African-American history, biographical portrayals of cultural figures, and social commentary. Working in obscurity until 2010, Mr. Welch garnered the art world’s attention at age 93 when his artwork was exhibited at the Ricco/Maresca Gallery in New York City.

This exhibition was co-curated by Thomas Moore, who is an artist, and Senior Curator of Photography at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News, Virginia.

Special thanks to Michelle Erhardt, Anna Holloway, Thomas Moore and Elaine Viel for loaning artwork for this exhibition.

Learn more: History, Art and Experience Collide | Mark St. John Erickson, Daily Press

Friday July 11 Exhibit Opening + Art Creep!!!

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Territory Maps

A photography exhibition by Jenny Hueston

Opening Reception: Friday July 11th 6:00 – 10:00 PM

Jenny Hueston’s photographs are a visual record of subcultures and communities, and the surroundings in which they exist. Her work has been recognized by The New Yorker and she travels extensively for her ongoing photography projects. Hueston currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

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ArtCreep

Norfolk Art Creep

Friday July 11th 6:00 to 10:00PM

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The Norfolk Art Creep combines a traditional gallery crawl of some of the city’s best contemporary galleries with an art & party shuttle that takes you from gallery to gallery to ensure added safety, convenience, and a continuous evening of culture and fun.

+ GALLERY ADMISSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES.
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Elizabeth Huey “Endless Immersions”

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Elizabeth Huey

“Endless Immersions”

Opening Reception: Friday May 16th 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Elizabeth Huey’s paintings and collages reflect a broad spectrum of quandaries surrounding humanity and healing. Luminous pairs exchange intimate caresses while individuals immerse themselves in remedies and recreation. Myriad forces — nature, architecture, and history — impact the minds and perceptions of each protagonist. Chaos and order collide and coalesce in the paint handling and spatial constructs. Excavating imagery from a diverse array of sources, Huey continually draws from her own photographs as well as her ever-expanding collection of found photos.

Born in Virginia, Elizabeth Huey presently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Before obtaining her MFA from Yale University, Huey earned a BA in Psychology from George Washington University and studied painting at both the Marchutz School in Aix-en-Provence, France and the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture in New York City. She has been awarded an Artist Research Fellowship from the Smithsonian Institution, a travel fellowship to Italy through Johns Hopkins University, a Terra Foundation of American Art Fellowship and Residency in Giverny, France and most recently, an Artist Residency at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY.

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Feigning Repose, 2014, Acrylic and Oil on Wood, 20 x 24 Inches
Feigning Repose, 2014, Acrylic and Oil on Wood, 20 x 24 Inches

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AIAHR First Young Architects Forum (YAF) – Social Event

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Following the AIAHR Hardhat Tour at NSU, the first Young Architects Forum (YAF) social event in Hampton Roads was held in our office. Congratulations to the steering committee led by Corrie Machado of PF&A Design for a successful night with an impressive turnout. The purpose of YAF is to be the voice of recently licensed (up to ten years) Architects and architectural interns and to be a catalyst for progress and action within the AIA. It promotes leadership, mentorship, and fellowship for the future of the profession. WPA is proud to be a supporter of this vital organization, and we’re excited to see it be getting off the ground.YAF-wpa-01YAF-wpa-02

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