James River Art League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of more than 110 member artists from throughout Central Virginia. Our goal is to encourage the creation and appreciation of the visual arts. We provide our member artists with motivation, association, and continuing education through programs that feature qualified artists and art professionals, and we provide opportunities for members to exhibit artwork in venues throughout the Richmond area.
Our juried member artists work in a wide range of art media, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite, pen and ink, collage, mixed media and more. Information regarding membership and meetings, as well as a members’ art gallery, may be found on our website at www.jamesriverartleague.com.
JRAL is one of the oldest art organizations in Richmond and was organized in 1964 by members of a painting class taught by Helen Hull Bailey. Through her persuasion, an art league was formed south of the James River. Noted Richmond artist Chuck Larivey was a charter member of JRAL, and over time the League grew through the addition of many artists from the region. Today, JRAL remains anchored in the Greater Richmond area but includes members from throughout Central Virginia.
To learn more about the organization, please visit the website, www.jamesriverartleague.com
July - August - JRAL Gallery at Crossroads Art Center
The following members of the James River Art League will display their artwork in the JRAL gallery at Crossroads Art Center, with an opening on Friday evening, July 21, 2017: William Campbell, Mike Haubenstock, Elizabeth Hood, Jean Miller, and Jan Priddy. Crossroads Art Center, 2016 Staples Mill Road, Richmond, VA
Above Left - Jan Priddy "Handle On It" Above Right: Mike Haubenstock "Millies"
Above Left: Elizabeth Hood "River Twilight"
Above Right: Jean Miller "Looking Across the James"
William Campbell "Phil"