Friday, February 28 at 6:00pm to 9:00pm
MURMURATIONS in the Blackburn Gallery, featuring works by Isabelle Coppinger of Belle Ceramics, is an exploration of nature and is a study of form, weight, place, material, light and shadows, and the simplicity of repetition through clay. It invites the viewer to explore the beauty of the natural world through delicately sculpted clay assemblages and is part of NCECA’s 54th annual conference - CLAY, MINDFULNESS, AND MEMORY - taking place March 25-28, 2020 in Richmond, VA.
WHAT WE MAY BE in the East Wing, featuring mixed media works by Mona Dworkin, explores the fragility of human connections. Influenced by political and social instability, the artist portrays vulnerability, questions of self worth, and expectations from others within the context of the subjugation of women and people of color.
3300 W Broad St, Richmond, VA, 23230