Mystical and geometrical, this collection of multimedia paintings and prints by Sozra, John Sosnowsky, will take your breath away and leave you inspired. We had the pleasure of having his works in our gallery since May First Friday. There are only a couple days left before we return the pieces to their artist and make room for a new artist’s works. We also have a permanent display of his hand crafted jewelry. Talk about multi-talented!
Artemis Gallery is looking for talented artists in Crafts for the next few art openings of September through December, must be original, must be made by the artists themselves, must be in either glass, ceramics, wood, mixed media, painting, or photography!
Artist to attend first Friday opening, show will last 30 days!
Looking for excellent craftsmanship and artistry with a creative flair!! Limited to pieces no bigger than 1 square foot.
1)Befriend Artemis Gallery on facebook
2) Send photographic images to our facebook site
3) Look for Artemis gallery theme show applications on facebook!
4) Only need 5-10 pieces max
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For the First Friday of April 4th, 2014 Artemis Gallery
will be featuring the impactful work
of environmental artist Judith Schwab. The show, titled
Making Waves, will be up First Friday April 4th through
the month of April!
Judith Schwab is an Environmental Artist whose work has
been featured in numerous shows around the world, including
the traveling exhibition Woman Collared for Work, which
Schwab curated. She has received many awards including the
Individual Artist Cultural Arts Award from Broward County,
the Delaware Division of the Arts Opportunity Grant in
Painting, and the Facilitator James T Doty Award for the
International Art for Peace Project. Judith Schwab was also an
Honorary Professor at the Xi’an Art School in Xi’an, China. Her
work is heavily influenced by the social and environmental
conditions of the world.
Come and see the unique work at Artemis Gallery
this First Friday April 4th from 5-10 pm!
The artist will give a lecture and speech on her environmental
works at 8:00 pm Friday and again at 3:00pm on Saturday! Free and
open to the public, you are welcome to stop by!
1601 W Main Street
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On November 1st, 2013 Artemis Gallery featured top metal artists in our First Friday show Millenium Metals 2013! The Millennium Metal Show 2013 celebrates the creative spirit of metal smiths everywhere and the end of 2013. This metal will feature mixed media works by artists and their unique final statements on society and the hereafter. Includedare works in 3-D miniature sculptures, multiple metals, wood, graphics, accessories, jewelry and more…
A decade has passed since Artemis Gallery was chosen to host the SNAG Conference International Metal Show “Millenium Metal 2001.” The current show strives to update the current metal work of several artists who were there and many new undiscovered metalsmiths…
The metalsmiths featured in the show included well-known artists Arthur Hash, Robert Ebendorf, Susie Ganch, John T Crutchfield, Donna D’Aquino, and C. James Meyer. The show also featured young up-and-coming metalsmiths Rebecca Holt, Michelle Selwyn, Ginny Rush, Danielle Andrea as well as VMFA Fellowship Award winner Brittany Arnold.
The focus of the show was cutting edge mixed media metals and included many first time seen objects of art!
Artemis Gallery featured talented and unique ceramic artists on March 7th at the First Friday show Ceramic Contradictions Revisited 2014! Richmond & Regional Ceramic Artists show their divergent works at Artemis Gallery! From Raku to Handbuilt, Thrown, and Pointillism; ceramics take a new direction!
Artemis Gallery presents “Garmezy Glass & Friends” featuring the highly individualistic glass work of up and coming artist Grant Garmezy and other glass artists. On display First Friday September 6th, 2013 through the end of September. 5pm-10pm. 1601 W Main St.
Grant Garmezy is a professional glass artist based out of Richmond, Virginia. Grant, originally from Nashville
Also to be featured are Sports Cars by car restoration specialist Ken Knehr, who details Ferrari, Alpha Romeo, Maserati, Porsche, and other sports cars!
September 6th, 2013
1601 W Main Street
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Artemis Gallery presents ;VIVA #2 Fashion Photo Shoot First Friday event! A fashion photo shoot featuring hand made jewelry designs from artists Sylvie Harwin, Jim and Tori Mullan, and John Teal Crutchfield! This beautiful collection of works was featured on some beautiful models with contemporary cutting edge Futuristic designs ! Thanks to professional photography by Keith Derringer.
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Artemis Gallery is currently featuring Silk Lantern Light Sculptures by Barbara Woods!
Barbara Woods is an artist from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her experience in the textile industry dates back over 30 years and includes designing and constructing everything from ski parkas and large tents to a clothing line and functional art. In 1988 she began studying the eastern techniques of Shibori, Katazome and Batik while experimenting with surface design on textile.
The Gutta Serti technique is her preferred choice for silk-painting. A strong background in tailoring and pattern drafting allowed her to create unique one-of-a-kind clothing. From 1990 through 1996 Barbara owned and operated the Wood silks Clothing Gallery in Santa Fe. Wood silks Clothing Gallery represented her work as well as works by textile artists from around the USA. The gallery specialized in custom hand-painted silk clothing, loomed knits and hand-weaving serving a worldwide clientele. In 1996 she closed the retail gallery to concentrate on her art.
Appealing to a broader audience, Barbara developed and sold a line of painted silk lampshades for the Buyers Market of American Crafts in Philadelphia. Then in 1998 she began designing a silk & ceramic sculptural light. Working in slab-constructed clay she carves and forms the bases and bodies. Using patinas and paint she adds color to go with the painted silk. The results are free standing lighted sculptures and sconces, some depicting winged wall creatures. She continues developing unique lamp shades in painted silk in a collaborative effort with H. Tom Thomas, her husband and partner.
Barbara Wood’s Silk Light Sculptures are currently on display at the Artemis Gallery, 1601 W Main Street!
Artemis Gallery is currently showing a beautiful selection of Hudson River Beach Glass!
“Our works are a collaboration grounded in texture, color, and the infinite viscosity of glass.”
For more than 18 years, Hudson Beach Glass- comprised of artists John Gilvey, Wendy Gilvey, Michael Benzer, and Jennifer Smith- have designed and produced an original line of sculptural tabletop glass works in an amazing pallete of 14 rich gemstone colors.
To date, Hudson Beach Glass artists have experimented with a variety of glass techniques, including lamp working, casting, traditional freehand blowing and mold blowing.
Combining functionality with elegance, Hudson Beach designs are inspired and excited by forms found in the natural environment. Many of their pieces are used by food stylists for publications such as Food and Wine, Bon Appetite, and Gourmet Magazine. They have also appeared on several cooking shows on Television’s Food Network. The Hudson Beach Glass line has expanded over the years to include functional serving pieces as well as perfume bottles, jars, and bar ware. It has been well received by galleries and gift stores across the nation and internationally.
The Hudson Beach Glass show took place Friday May 3rd at Artemis Gallery.
Hudson Beach Glass works can still be seen in the Artemis Gallery at 1601 W Main Street!
On June 7th Artemis gallery will present VIVA #2 a Fashion Photo shoot & Show
Also featured at the show will be the Fashion Photography skills of Keith Deringer and Sports Cars by car restoration specialist Ken Knehr.
1601 W Main Street
Sylvie Harwin is a California artist who works in anodized aluminum-
a colorization process converting silver aluminum into multiple colors
through electrolysis. Sylvie makes a widely distributed line of “high tech”
jewelry that has been seen in many films such as Star Trek. Her work is in
private collections throughout the United States.
Jim and Tori Mullan of Mullanium work using recycled metal parts to create jewelry with organic plant and animal themes. The couple combined their individual talents and formed a partnership in work and life. Their fascination with birds, nature, and antiques is still present today and their vast collection of vintage hardware, bird carvings, and watches fill up a 3300 square foot studio in Pompano Beach, Florida. Jim and Tori’s collections can be found in over 1,000 galleries, museum stores and specialty stores worldwide.
John Teal Crutchfield of Metallic Art Graphics works using a unique graphics art technique which he applies to a high quality brass base and casts in a durable clear fiberglass encasement. The purpose of his designs is to evoke the inner desires of one wishing to escape from the present to explore the past civilizations of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Persia. To achieve these results, John draws on his influences from his studies in Europe. His work has been photographed, written about, and showcased in several galleries including the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York and the Artemis Gallery in Richmond, VA.
The show will take place at
1601 W Main Street
June 7th, 2013
Artemis Gallery will present unique challenging art glass by up and coming young artists who challenge Dale Chihuly’s concepts of
For years, Dale Chihuly has been
impressing museums and collectors with his over done decorative glass
chandeliers that are dificult to install and can only be hung with his
At Artemis, you will see refreshing
new glass that you can instal yourself and be able to enjoy for years.
New color, new technique, and new artists will show a contradictory vision to Chihuly’s museum show and more
accurately represent the next
generation in glass.
Karen Newton wrote a piece on Artemis Gallery’s new glass and ceramic vases
and was impressed with the Contemporary Contradictions in Glass going on at the same
time as Dale Chihulys show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art.
Below is the link to Bell magazine online!
Published: July 29, 2012
RICHMOND, Va. –A band played outside Artemis Gallery as dusk set on Richmond’s Main Street.
People were standing outside the art opening, but there was one character you
couldn’t miss. John T. Crutchfield was wearing large sunglasses with metallic
stripes across the lenses (he made them himself), a straw hat and a scarf.
Crutchfield, the owner of Artemis Gallery, specializes in metallic art graphics. The lights
in the gallery sparkle on his customized musical instruments with metallic features and
nostalgic images. His work has been featured on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and in Vogue.
He participates in art and music festivals and has applied his art to a $10,000 guitar for musician
Robert Francis, who toured with singer Jason Mraz. Crutchfield’s art also has appeared at
the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in New York.
Crutchfield started putting customized designs on instruments after a musician gave him a broken guitar.
But his style extends beyond instruments and includes jewelry, clocks, sculptures and more.
Ever since he was 5, art has been a part of his life. His parents wanted him to be a scientist.
“I pretended to be a scientist,” Crutchfield said. “I got out of school and did artwork. Follow your heart.”
Last years Sunglasses and Rock n’ Roll show attracted a huge audience. Not only at Artemis Gallery, but at art and music festivals all summer! At the Gold Coast Art Show in Chicago, John was called by CBS and asked to be interviewed on Good Morning America!
This year we broke out some great new,one of a kind, fashion sunglasses. Just in time to celebrate the beach, music festivals, poolside parties and friends. So come to Artemis Gallery and get ready to see more outrageous sunglasses!
1601 W. Main St. Richmond Va. 23220
The Floating Folk Festival presented their 15th Anniversary concert at Artemis Gallery Friday, June 1st at 6pm.There was three stages of music during the evening featuring Pam McCarthy, Norman Nortledorf, Meade Skelton, Harry Gore, Brooke Saunders, Chuck Kerwath, Chris Branch, Wendy Paace and much more! The Floating Folk Festival was created by Brook Saunders in 1997 as a musical co-op that “floated around” many different venues in Richmond. The first show was held at the Main Street Grill on July 17th, and there have been hundreds more over the years. As the Floating Folk Festival developed, it has added many more artists, even a bit of a rock and roll scene! The Festival has received a lot of attention over the years, by 1998 the organization was on the cover of the Weekender section in the Times Dispatch, had the first of three compilation CD released by Plan 9 Records, and was playing venues small and large throughout the area. But the core group always remained and stayed active in various ways, and has chosen Artemis Gallery to celebrate all of the hard work over the years to help make Richmond a great music town.
A Runway Fashion, Photoshoot, & Music Event First Friday May 4th.
Artemis Gallery presents a Fashion Runway show featuring
hand-painted Cavalli inspired boots used for rain or fashion wear.
We are calling artists from all over the Richmond area assemble
for an intense workshop on April 21st. Then the fun begins by
creating outlandish and creative galoshes and fashion boots
designed to make heads turn when walking down the street!
Haven’t you been at a rainy summer outdoor music festival?
Or been caught in a rainstorm only to wish you had some
knee high boots instead of your soaking wet sneakers covered
in mud? Let this be your problem solver!
Artemis Gallery, in a long tradition of workshops like our
decorated bras or our outlandish sunglasses, even our
Mardi Gras masks, let us present Fashion Runway Boots!
Artists such as Anna Zaccaria, John Crutchfield, Debbie
Talman, Lindsey Phillips and Tunde Hidvegi will feature
these boots in a runway show on First Friday, May the 4th.
We will walk every hour, on the hour from 7 until 9pm.