The Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg is displaying the work of Susan Lapham in an exhibit titled “Play Land”, through October 4th. Lapham’s quilting style depicts colorful and abstract urban street layouts, demonstrating the ability to take something originally structured and make it playful.
In Charlottesville, the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is showing “Radioactive Inactives” by Patrick Nagatani and Andrée Tracey until the end of November. Combining photography and painting, these two artists portray their subject watching television while a nuclear apocolypse occurs outside of the window behind them.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center presents Anne Hanger’s Paintings and Prints in an online gallery and in the Center through September 16th. Hanger’s work is a combination of abstract plants and color blocked shapes.