Press Releases

  • Les Yeux du Monde is pleased to present The Livestock Marker Show: Gwyn Kohr, Kathy Kuhlmann, Russ Warren 9 June – 15 July 2018 From June 9 through July 15, Les Yeux du Monde will feature paintings using livestock markers as the medium by Gwyn Kohr, Kathy Kuhlmann and Russ Warren. Kohr and Kuhlmann have been taking studio critique classes from Warren for over six years. Early in 2014, Kohr brought Warren some livestock markers that her husband used to mark his cattle. Warren was captivated by these inch-wide sticks that came in myriad bright colors from neon yellow to

  • Les Yeux du Monde is pleased to present Jessie Coles: New Still Life Paintings 5 May –3 June 2018 Opening Saturday, 5 May, 3 –5 p.m. Jessie Coles will exhibit her latest still life paintings at Les Yeux du Monde from May 5 through June 3 2018. Coles is a graduate in Studio Art from the University of Virginia and is well known for her luscious and dynamic still life paintings in oil and in acrylic.  Ironically, her “still life” painting are anything but “still.” She says “energy and movement” are the real subjects of her art. It is the

  • Les Yeux du Monde will present Three Voices: Pam Black, Sally Bowring & Lou Jordan in the main gallery and Judy McLeod: Recent Work in the rear gallery from 17 February through 25 March 2018.  There will be an opening reception with the artists on Saturday, February 17, from 3 – 5 p.m. There will also be a Lunch with the Artists (reservations required, $15) on Wednesday, April 16 and a Closing Reception on Sunday March 25 from 2 – 4 followed by a talk by Judy McLeod about her recent work. Pam Black, who teaches at the University of Virginia in the Drama and

  • Les Yeux du Monde is pleased to present Millicent Young: Cantos for the Anthropocene & Kris Iden: Pelago d’Aria 5 January – 11 February 2018 Opening Reception, Friday, 5 January 5 – 7 p.m. To open the New Year, Les Yeux du Monde will present Millicent Young: Cantos for the Anthropocene and Kris Iden: Pelago d’Aria, two exhibitions by artists who view art as a lens or means of reflection, meditation, and possible change. Millicent Young’s haunting installations created with a variety of materials from horse hair to lead, fabric, wood and stone have for many years garnered prestigious awards from