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The Sara D. November Gallery is committed to expanding and enriching cultural life in Richmond by presenting the finest Jewish artists and Judaic artwork, encouraging the preservation of Jewish culture and heritage and nurturing new creativity in the arts.
Monday–Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Artist Ronni Jolles creates her signature paper paintings using a process that offers infinite possibilities for texture and color. She layers cut and ripped paper from all over the world, then adds acrylic paint to create uniquely textured paper artistry. From beauty in nature to scenes from everyday life to clients’ own special themes, Ronni’s paintings from paper give each subject special vitality and energy, while the sources of each individual piece of paper add depth of meaning to each piece.
Dr. Bob Weisberger taught himself the fundamentals of photography on his father’s Balda rangefinder camera. Using the same camera, he photographed the streets of Jerusalem during his junior year of college. Medical school and a medical career took Bob away from photography until his retirement a few years ago when a Nikon DSLR replaced the Balda, along with a bag of lenses. He says of this exhibition, “These shots are the result: my attempt to freeze moments of life and space and feeling and color, stopping time to see the things which might otherwise pass by, perhaps unseen, perhaps unappreciated.”
Susan Singer fell in love with Iceland when she first traveled there in the summer of 2015. Ever since she returned stateside, she has been drawing images from that land of Fire and Ice, working to capture the magical beauty she experienced. Waterfalls, volcanoes, massive cliffs, ponies, flowers, lakes and rivers and ocean - all are subjects Singer renders using the vibrant palette of soft pastels.
The Weinstein JCC loves helping children become strong, creative, connected members of our community! Thousands of children make their way through our doors each year participating in Preschool, Kids’ Place, camps and programs. Over the course of this six-week period, Patrons and community members will get to experience beautiful, whimsical works from the children of the Center.
Interested in having your work featured in the Undiscovered Artists and Photographers Exhibit? Submissions are due to the Weinstein JCC by April 10 at 5PM. For more information, contact Erin Mahone at 545.8644 or email@example.com.