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October 13, 2017 - October 31, 2017 @ Goose Creek Studio
"Animal Nature" Show at Goose Creek Studio
During the month of October, Goose Creek Studio will be featuring wildlife photography by Debi Farley and Paul McCroskey and animal sculpture by Lori Stetson in an exhibit titled "Animal Nature." Farley and McCroskey travel around the world capturing unique images of wildlife in their natural habitat. "Animal Nature" features shots from Africa and Alaska. For this exhibit, Stetson has created quirky creatures from wire and pipe cleaners. A centerpiece of the show will be her nearly six-foot tall animal totem pole with critter stacked on top of critter.
An opening reception with the artist will be held during 2nd Friday in Bedford, October 13, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
October 13, 2017 - October 31, 2017 @ TECAC
Susan Miller Bradbury is a quiet, unassuming Roanoke, Virginia native who enjoys capturing the events of life. She especially appreciates taking her memories captive and placing them on the canvas. Her greatest love is utilizing provocative lighting and/or expressive situations to capture the viewer’s heart. Susan graduated from Radford University with a BA in Graphic Arts as well as a minor in French. Later in life, she discovered a love for portraiture and went on to take classes from many well-known instructors such as Daniel Greene, Paul McCormack, Vera Dickerson, Lee Boynton and Debbie Gualco. She has illustrated several published books and is in the process of illustrating others.
October 20, 2017, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Bedford Library
October 20, 2017, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Bedford Library
Kathleen will be talking about her books as part of our Friend’s 40th Anniversary Celebration.
Born Kathleen Doepker, I was privileged as a child to be raised in Annaheim, Saskatchewan, a hamlet on the plains of Canada. Although we lived in a small, tightly knit Roman Catholic community, I was fortunate to have parents who encouraged learning about other religions and cultures and books were the windows that expanded my world.
Years later, when my husband and I began restoration of an old plantation home in rural Virginia, I started to research the history of this house and the land that surrounded it. It was then I discovered an old map and there a notation that read ‘Negro Hill.’ To this day I am uncertain why those words captured me so, but I gradually set aside everything else to pursue the research and writing of the story that is now The Kitchen House.
October 20, 2017, 7:30 PM @ Liberty High School Auditorium
Minutemen Music Presents - BAND-A-RAMA
Featuring the Liberty High School Percussion ensemble, Symphonic Band, and the Marching Minutemen in a special concert performance!
To purchase tickets in advance, please call: 540-586-2541