Missing Richmond has been extended through January 12. Don’t miss this important and moving exhibition.

Caryl’s “Missing Richmond” series has expanded dramatically. Come see her latest timecapsules and relics at the University of Richmond’s downtown gallery.

626 E. Broad Street
Sept. 6 – Dec. 23, 2014
Opening reception: Friday, Sept. 5. 5-7 pm

Gallery hours: M-F 8:30-5:00.

“Inside Out” is a show of art work by Virginia Museum staff. The show will run through August 22 at the VMFA Studio School on Grove Avenue across from the museum. Caryl is exhibiting Picasso’s “Jester on Horseback” from her TV Home series. A reproduction of this painting–owned by the Virginia Museum–hangs in the living room of The Jeffersons. “Movin’ on Up…”

Here she is discussing Picasso with Lulan Yu and museum director Alex Nyerges and his wife Katherine.

Where do you go when you need a little glamour? Art For My Sake, of course. Caryl’s flyer for a 1980 yardsale was selected as cover art for Dale Brumfield’s “Richmond Independent Press A History of the Underground Zine Scene.”

Artists from around the country were invited to create yardsticks-as-art-objects for the “National Yard Sale”–an online exhibition and sale that will benefit the VCCA / Alonzo Davis Fellowship Fund. . Caryl’s submission is called “Arithmetic Progressions.”

Caryl was featured in the August 6, 2013 issue of Style Weekly.
Photo by Scott Elmquist. View full link HERE

In the May 31, 2013 Washington Post, Michael O’Sullivan names “Hair Apparent” Gallery Event of the Week. He describes Caryl as “a wonderful Richmond artist whose work centers on the documentation of life’s small rituals.”

Come by Sunday, June 2, from 4-6 and contribute a lock of your hair to the installation.

Sunday, June 2, 4-6 pm
Alexandria Athenaeum
201 Prince Street
Alexandria, Virginia

Caryl learned that The Exorcism of Page 13 has entered the collection of Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain in Marseille, and will be included in the database of public art collections in France! Take a look at FRAC’s new building designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, shown here at their inauguration on March 22.

If you’re in San Francisco early this month, stop by Steven Wolf Fine Arts. Some of Caryl’s Marginalia will be on view there until March 9. For those who don’t know, Marginalia are notations in the margins of books!

Thirty-five years ago today, I met Andy Warhol! When Andy came to the Virginia Museum for his Athletes Portraits exhibition, my friend Carl Andersen and I were invited to the press conference! We videotaped the session with VCU’s gigantic portapack and shot SX-70 polaroids. Here he is signing my press pass!

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