The 9th Annual Jax Instructors Exhibit features the work of 19 instructors that currently have a class scheduled in 2013 or have an OnDemand class listed at The Jax. The exhibit showcases The Jax’s educational programs and provides instructors a venue to display their work.
Steve Kalb, an accomplished blacksmither, has “Shooting Creek 3 A.M.” on display, a metal sculpture created using a French method called Repousee. He is teaching a class at The Jax titled “Beginning Repousee” on June 29-30. Sharon Hall is displaying a large wool appliqué design and will be teaching a “Traditional Fiber Arts” class for seniors starting July 13 and another for youth starting July 17. Batya Weinbaum will be instructing and leading “Painting from the Divine Feminine” and holding a public reception for the artwork at the conclusion of the class on June 1. She has “Remover of Sorrows” displayed currently as well.
The next Breezeway Gallery exhibit will showcase student art from Floyd County High School and begins June 7. The next Hayloft Gallery exhibit, Chiaroscuro, begins May 24. The 11th Annual New Works and Chiaroscuro exhibits are sponsored by The Bank of Floyd.
For more information about the Jax visit jacksonvillecenter.org or call 540-745-2784. The Jax is located at 220 Parkway Lane South in Floyd, ½ mile south of the stoplight on Route 8. Regular hours are Monday to Saturday, 10-5pm and Sunday, 12-5.