Each autumn, student artists who are residents at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury exhibit their works in the facility’s Gallery Hall. This year, they’ve had a spectacular new space to create those works—the studio in RWC’s Life Enrichment Center, which opened in May.
The exhibition will open Sunday, October 1. An artists’ reception will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. October 10.
“Every year, the exhibit is unique in that it’s another year where the artists have tried new techniques, subject matter and taken on new challenges,” said Pamela Bowers, who has taught art classes at RWC for the past decade.
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