Crossroads Art Center exhibits the work of emerging and established mid-Atlantic artists and promotes awareness and understanding of art forms, from crafts to fine art. The gallery represents more than 225 artists and is a cultural resource and an active participant in Richmond's thriving arts community.
In addition to more than 25,000 square feet of art exhibition space, Crossroads offers art classes and workshops to the general public and provides space rental for special events. Crossroads’ broad client base comprises private collectors, art and corporate consultants, architects, and interior designers, among others.
Crossroads Art Center
2016 Staples Mill Road
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Mon–Sat: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sun: noon – 4:00 p.m.
360 VIRTUAL TOUR
Sunday, December 23, we will be open noon-6:00 p.m. to help last-minute shoppers.
Monday, December 24–Wednesday, December 26 — CLOSED
December 31–January 1—CLOSED
Abstract Polysemy: New Work by Danny Trent and Katherine Goldsby
Just as a polysemic word or phrase contains two or more distinct meanings, Danny Trent and Katherine Goldsby’s paintings celebrate the diversity of personal interpretation.
The Metropolitan Richmond Artists Association Exhibition (MRAA)
MRAA is a not-for-profit professional association of juried artists offering group sponsored workshops, programs, and art exhibitions of contemporary fine art throughout Richmond, Virginia. With its roots in Richmond Professional Institute (now Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts), MRAA welcomes application for membership from all artists and art enthusiasts. For more information, please visit our website. Dues are $40 annually, and activities and art demonstrations of high quality take place the second Saturday of the month, September through May, at 10:00 a.m. at Crossroads Art Center.
Adele Castillo and Students: Variations in Acrylic
An annual exhibit for Adele Castillo and her students to show off their yearly accomplishments studying acrylic techniques and color theory.
About Adele Castillo
Adele Castillo is an acrylic painter and art instructor who lives in central Virginia. She is most recognized for her colorful paintings of dogs, but is also known in the region for her knowledge and use of acrylics.
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