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Join CHF Accelerator Fellow Karen Whitman and artist Richard Pantell at the home of Tom Haines & Polly Cleveland as they present Art for the Holidays. A percentage of sales will be donated to Graham Windham.
Our three-day conference kicks off on Nov. 7th with a dialogue between artists and other industry stakeholders at the Belmont Estate. The next two days, at the University of Mary Washington’s Stafford Campus, will feature presentations and interactive sessions to support artists in becoming self-sustaining entrepreneurs. Register here!
Clark Hulings Fund Fellow Belgin Yücelen has an upcoming solo show at the Customs House Museum in Clarksville. This installation of sculptural garments, entitled Clothes From the Past, will feature stunning pieces like […]
Everyday Objects presented by Studio Montclair will feature a variety of artwork including In the Garden by CHF Accelerator Fellow Andie Freeman.
In collaboration with DSWF Wildlife Art Ambassadors, this powerfully curated 3-day show will feature thought-provoking work celebrating elephants—their habitat, and exposing their desperate plight.
This exhibition brings together artists, writers, and performers intrigued by how the quest for intimacy can alter the trajectory of a woman’s life.
CHF Accelerator Fellow Donna Lee Nyzio has 3 paintings juried into this exhibition, Orange Hat and Evening Catch from her 6-pack of working boat series, and Flooded Field from her Roadside Fields series.
CHF Accelerator Fellow Andie Freeman presents her first solo show, Nature & Nurture. The pieces are nature inspired and have objects from everyday life that remind the viewer of home and nurturing.
For the fourth consecutive time, CHF Accelerator Fellow Donna Lee Nyzio has had her work selected for the Mystic International, a show that highlights the best in maritime art from around the world.
Heading Out by CHF Accelerator Fellow Donna Lee Nyzio, is one of the 125 jury-selected paintings from over 885 entries for NOAPS Best of America 2019.
CHF Accelerator Fellow Carrie Cook’s piece ‘Rudi’ took Best of Show, and her other piece, ‘Chaos’ took 3rd place in the 2-D Representational competition category at Art Hop.
The Artists for Conservation Festival features a wide range of international wildlife artists, including CHF Accelerator Fellow Carrie Cook. The Vancouver event includes world-class conservation-themed art, music, cultural performances, and live art demos.