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Cabell Gallery of Virginia Art


Good Art Makes a Good Home

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Cabell Gallery of Virginia Art


Good Art Makes a Good Home

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Take a look at july's featured artist!

The Cabell Gallery is proud to present, from charlottesville Virginia, Tanya bRODERICK

Much of Tanya Broderick's work, such as "Enduring Freedom" (above) is patriotic. And why not? Unlike most of us, she chose the United States as her home and we couldn't think of a more appropriate artist to celebrate during the same month that we celebrate our country. Come see an all new collection of her work at the Cabell Gallery of Virginia Art.

This solo show runs through July

See Tanya BRODERICK'S work and learn of her journey from her native ukraine and geophysical engineering, to fashion design to painting and living here in the USA.

In 2010 she started painting and with no formal training began to produce these astounding works of art. It's almost a modern folk art style but the fine detail is just incredible. Come see for yourself, her show will be on display throughout the month of July.

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The Cabell Gallery  

5 W. Washington St. 

Lexington, VA 24450

(540) 461-8488

 

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The Cabell Gallery focuses on fine art from regional contemporary artists, both emerging and established.

We have a variety of original oil paintings, watercolor and pastel, along with clay works, blown glass, jewelry, furniture and other artistic objects.

Please browse the Artist section of our website and see the work that we currently have in our gallery. Of course every effort is made to keep the website current, but we do have constant change in our gallery. Visiting in person will give you the most complete view of our selections.

  First Friday fun at the Cabell Gallery!

First Friday fun at the Cabell Gallery!


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Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." - Edgar Degas