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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About Artemis Gallery
A Unique Gallery of Handcrafted Arts and Crafts located in Richmond Virginia's Historic Fan District. Owned and operated by John Teal Crutchfield of Metallic Art Graphics, Artemis actively participates in Richmond's First Friday Art Walks and hosts a variety of individual events.