A Really Big Shoe Show

A shoe-themed exhibition presenting the work of over thirty Virginia artists.

This very unique show highlights the history of the Riverviews building—a former shoe warehouse—while providing our viewers with a truly distinctive and contemporary exhibition.
Part of the Year of the SHOE.

A Really Big Shoe Show brings together an extensive variety of styles. Artists were asked to create work that used the shoe as either subject or medium. The response to this proposal was immense and diverse with painting, photography, print-making, ceramics, textiles, digital media, installation pieces as well as performance. Many of these artists have ties to Riverviews as previous artists or building residents while some are exhibiting their work for the very first time.

Artists in show Cameron Ayres, Lesley Bloom, Stephanie Booth, Larry Bowden, Karen Bowden, Caryl Burtner, Allen Campbell, Ryan Carlton, Barbara Cornett, Doris Craddock, Owen Dubreil, Nicholas Hahn, Michael Heroux, Nina Imajo, Jill Jensen, Dave Keebler, Aimee Koch, Becky Lambert, Nancy Laurent, Ashley LeFew, Jillian Lum, Terri Miller, PJ Moon, Tom Morris, Eric Pawloski, Patricia Placona, Anne Savedge, Saandholland, Michael and Jeanette Twery, Ann Van de Graaf, Nancy Wood, Sarah Yoder.

Year: 
2007