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See images of the selected work: radius250 2013 Finalists

Artists featured:

Gerry Bannan Roanoke, VA
Roy Baugher Roanoke, VA
Heather Beardsley Virginia Beach, VA
Patrick Binks Hampton, VA
Kelly Blevins Pittsburgh, PA
Greg Braun Hartwood, VA
May Britton Norfolk, VA
Nancy Bruce Yorktown, VA
Wilfred Brunner Takoma Park, MD
A. Elizabeth Butler Midlothian, VA
Sara Clark Richmond, VA
Irene Clouthier Fairfax, VA
Catherine Day McLean, VA
Ed Dolinger Bassett, VA
Jennifer Eason Richmond, VA
Dee Glazer Richmond, VA
Belinda Haikes Philadelphia, PA
Todd Hale Richmond, VA
Barbara Hall Fredericksburg, VA
Eric Hunter Raleigh, NC
Blythe King Richmond, VA
Gracelee Lawrence Chapel Hill, NC
Kyu-Jin Lee Washington, DC
Steven Lloyd Chester, VA
Jon Malis Washington, DC
Thomas Moore Barhamsville, VA
Cory Oberndorfer Washington, DC
Keith Ramsey Richmond, VA
Jeffrey Scott Robinson Afton, VA
John Roth Norfolk, VA
Kari Scott Philadelphia, PA
Jennifer Small Waldorf, MD
Matthew Spahr Richmond, VA
Irena Stanisic Roanoke, VA
Andrea Vail Richmond,VA
Kristin Walsh Charlotte, NC

radius250 2013

June 28 - August 18, 2013

the 5th installment of our biennial juried regional exhibition

Juror: N. Elizabeth Schlatter

Deputy Director and Curator of Exhibitions University of Richmond Museums Richmond, VA

The Practice of Thinking Artspace's "Radius250" has some compelling work hiding in its corners.

Artspace showcases mid-Atlantic region’s artistic talent

Richmond Arts Review by MEGAN ZALECKI: RADIUS REWARDS



Congratulations to our Award Winners for radius250!

Best-In-Show:
Kyu-Jin Lee "jump jump II"

2nd Place:
Jennifer Eason "Valentine" and "Untitled 2 from series Uses of Sorrow"

3rd Place:
Belinda Haikes "Desert Monster#3-Mushroom"

4th Place:
Kari Scott "Shrine to My Scale"

Honorable Mention:
Patrick Binks "White Haired Woman Kneeling"

Honorable Mention:
Dee Glazer "Suck it Dry"

Honorable Mention:
Todd Hale "As Is"


July 26, 2013 (Fourth Friday Reception)

artspace is pleased to present radius250 2013. The exhibition opens on Friday, June 28th 7-10pm (with a preceding Juror Talk and Awards Ceremony 6-7pm). There is a mid-show reception on Friday, July 26 from 7-10pm. The show continues through Sunday, August 18th, 2013. This is the fifth installment of the juried exhibition that represents artists creating within 250 miles of Richmond, VA.

The juror for radius250 is N. Elizabeth Schlatter, Deputy Director and Curator of Exhibitions at the University of Richmond Museums, Virginia, where she has curated more than 20 exhibitions. Ms. Schlatter additionally organizes exhibitions for contemporary art spaces in the Mid-Atlantic region and has authored articles and reviews for Focus and Photovision magazines, the National Women in the Arts Bulletin and the American National Biography (Oxford University Press).

radius250 is a signature exhibition of artspace, highlighting and representing the talent of the Mid-Atlantic region. Selected works this year include painting, drawing, sculpture and installation pieces. One hundred twenty-seven artists submitted work with over 450 individual submissions. Of those, forty-eight pieces were selected from thirty-six artists. The exhibition will be in all galleries of artspace, including the Main, Helena Davis, Frable, Suzanne Foley and smallspace Galleries. Several prizes will be awarded by the juror; including a solo exhibition in our Helena Davis Gallery.


ARTSPACE is a non-profit, member-run gallery, which has been in existence since 1988.  It has become an urban pioneer, moving to and improving "undiscovered" areas of Richmond.  One of the most beautiful gallery spaces in Richmond and Virginia, artspace exhibits works by regional, national, and international artists.

Plant Zero, the home of artspace, houses sixty studios for working artists, a Cafe, event space, and offices for area arts-focused, non-profit organizations.  Plant Zero takes up an entire block in the Manchester Arts District, which was primarily an industrial area until 2004. Manchester is just across the James River from Shockoe Slip and Shockoe Bottom, historic districts that have long been favorite destinations for visitors.



radius250 2013 exhibition postcard



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