Tiny But Mighty : A National Exhibition of Small 3D Artworks
Reception: Thursday, May 10, 5:30-7:30pm
Dates: May 3-June 9, 2018


Coming Soon or Current Exhibitions

Material : National Fiber Arts Exhibition
Reception: Thursday, February 22, 5:30-7:30pm
Dates: February 20- March 29, 2018

On-Site Exhibitions

This exhibition features a wide range of original fiber artworks created by 43 artists, from 20 different states! Included works are created from both natural and synthetic fibers, and are a mixture of functional and non-functional explorations.​ This exhibition was curated by the d'Art staff,  and juried by Liana Graham, the visual arts department chair at the Governor's School for the Arts!

An exhibition of small three-dimensional works from across the country, works must not be larger than 8” in their longest dimensions. Original works in all media, traditional or non-traditional, are welcomed. Included are both freestanding and wall-mounted three-dimensional works. 

More Upcoming 2018 Exhibitions

Reception: Thursday, June 28, 5:30-8:30pm
Dates: June 26-August 4, 2018

Exploring the concept of urban artwork, this exhibition will include works that are inspired by the city, whether through concept, subject matter, media, or process. Original works from across the country will be included. The reception will feature a live demonstration from a local artist.

Tidewater Turners Member Show
Reception: Thursday, August 23, 5:30-7:30pm
Dates: August 14- September 22, 2018

Featuring original wood-turned works from the local Tidewater Turners, a variety of high quality functional works will be on display and for sale.

Solo Exhibition: Ralph Irby
Reception: TBD
Date: October 2-19, 2018 

This is a solo exhibition of recent drawings and paintings by d’Art resident artist Ralph Irby. The exhibition and reception are open to the public.

Solo Exhibition: Vonnie Whitworth
Reception: TBD
Dates: October 30-November 16, 2018

This is a solo exhibition of recent paintings by d’Art resident artist Vonnie Whitworth. The exhibition is open to the public and the reception is invitation only.  ​​​​