Borrowed Space Reception To Feature McClintocks
Published 3:59 pm Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Art of Virginia’s Borrowed Space Gallery will feature Deborah and Richard McClintock at a rescheduled reception on Friday, April 4, 5 to 8 pm, 1 Mill Street, Second Level, near Charlie’s Waterfront Cafe.
The community is invited to view the latest work of the McClintocks and other artists in the cooperative. Refreshments and the music of Marcus Pendergrass will add to the festivities. The gallery will also be open on Saturday, April 5, 11 to 5. A wide variety of artwork and gift items will be on display.
Deborah and Richard McClintock are well-known for their art and volunteer contributions to the community. The McClintocks have been recipients of the Community Achievement in the Arts Award of the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts.
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Deborah works in a variety of media but concentrates on pen-and-ink and watercolor painting. She has been commissioned to paint many watercolor portraits and her work has been exhibited locally and hangs in numerous private and institution collections. Active in organizations in the community, including Central Virginia Arts and the Woman’s Club of Farmville, VA GFWC, she was on the Board of the Heart of Virginia Festival for many years.
Richard constructs three-dimensional objects, especially of architectural designs. He also makes artist books, marble raceways and collages of incongruous items, making these objects for his own and others amusement. He is active in the local art scene, as former co-president of Central Virginia Arts, as a member of the advisory boards of the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts and of the Atkinson Museum at Hampden-Sydney, and as a volunteer designer for local groups, such as the Visitor Center and the Moton Museum.