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Juror:  Jackie Mancini is a visual artist living in Richmond and currently serving as the Public Program Coordinator for the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, where she runs many of the youth and adult programs.  As Program Coordinator, Jackie creates educational gallery materials for youth, gives gallery talks, and provides opportunities for students to become informed and engaged in the world of contemporary art.  Working closely with the curator, Jackie has helped to shape class programming around the exhibition schedule in an effort to bring engaging, innovative artists to the Richmond area for artist residencies, teaching opportunities, and other community events.
Jackie attended the University of Mary Washington, where she received her BA in 2005 in Studio Art with a concentration in Printmaking. In 2005 she received a grant for her work on non-traditional portraiture in woodblock printmaking. She currently teaches printmaking, book arts, and drawing at Visarts. Her current body of work is focused on the reclaiming and repurposing of old children’s books and illustrated dictionaries. She uses images from old texts to create artist books and glass jewelry. Jackie is a member of the Richmond Craft Mafia, a supportive community of like-minded independent artists and small business owners, dedicated to supporting and raising awareness of the independent craft community.

The current Frederick Gallery August Regional Art Exhibit
on exhibit August 2 - 29, 2009
Opening Reception Aug 7th.
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Slideshow
of accepted works into August Regional
by Carolyn Beever

Late Spring Syria, VA - oils by Kathleen Willingham Rogers Ford Vineyard - oil by Kathleen Willlingham Summer Sky - oil on aluminum by Jane T Woodworth Ruth in the Garden - acrylic on masonite by Nancy Brittle Barns at Nimrod - oil on board by Alexandria Mehta
Pink Iris - watercolor on Yupo by Sue Henderson The River - acrylic by Rick Klingbeil Ready for the Reaper - oils on gessobord by Jeanne Marie Tanks Chunks of Chincoteaque - watercolor by Vicky Hlunchanek Peariscope - mixed media by Toni Scott
Happy Feet - watercolor by Dorothy Bourdon The Muse - watercolor by Vicky Hlunchanek Omega - wire, glass, shell sculpture by Patte Ormsby His Eminence the Cardinal of Falls Run - acrylic by Odette Anderson The Green Hat - oil by Nancy Brittle
Irish Port - photograph by Jim Stagner His Hobby - mixed media by Rita Rose Apler and Ray Rose Cohen Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge - acrylic by Shirley G Whelan Unaware in St Kitts - acrylic by Diane B Russell Ripples - watercolor on Yupo by Sue Henderson
Total Joy - watercolor by Dorothy Bourdon Marshal Point Light - digital photo by Shirley G Whelan Coral Reef - acrylic by Carol Baker Curry Jars - watercolor by Penny Hicks Tree Please Dyer II - mixed media by Patte Ormsby Strumming - oils by Sandra Treggett Feeding Frenzy - watercolor by Carol Baker
Sun and Sea - photo abstract by Jim Stagner Still Small Voice - mixed media by Barbara Taylor Hall Night Time Folly - digital photo by Cindie Brown Evolving - mulit-media by Darlene Wilkinson Morroco Series Souk 2 Mint Tea - mixed media on board by Cathy Herndon Fleeting Sparkles - acrylic by Diane B Russell Mainistir Ros Oirailaigh - photograph by Jay Olin
Northern Exposure - photography by Mary Ann Stagner Last Vestige - mixed media by Barbara Taylor Hall Calli Lily - watercolor by Carolyn Beever Blue Tenor - oil on linen by Alexandria Mehta Summer Colors - watercolor by Sandra Staley Mirror - pastel by Aryn Leigh Garfield Clematis - watercolor by Meg Martin
No Exit Cognac, France - acrylic by Diane B Russell Spotsylvania Courhouse Cemetary - digital photo by Susan Krieg Households Still Life - enhanced digital photo by Susan Krieg Hide and Seek - watercolor by Dorothy Bourdon Coming Storm - photography by Mary E Johnson
War - acrylic by Rick Klingbeil Braids and Bridles - oils by Rick Klingbeil Challenge Yourself - assemblage by Darlene Wilkinson Morroco Series Prayer Rug 6 - mixed media on canvas by Cathy Herndon Good Enough to Eat - digital photo by Cindie Brown
Missed the Mark - photography by Jay Olin Explosion in the Sky - photography by Mary E Johnson Lonely Train - photography by Mary E Johnson
Purina Tower I (well-knonw landmark of old town) - digital photo by Cindie Brown

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Previous Exhibits

July 09 - Connections

June 09 - Visual Melodies

May 09 - Fine Line

April 09 - April Regional

March 09 - Powerful & Fragile Earth

February 09 - February Regional

December 08 & January 09 - Color of Money

November 08 - Child's Eye View

Oct 08 - October Regional

Sept 08 - Personal Commentaries

Aug 08 - August Regional

July 08 - July Celebration

June 08 - Student Show & Invitational

May 08 - May Reclamation

April 08 - April Regional

March 08 - March Fragments

February 08 - February Regional

December 07 & January 08 - Small Works

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