The Colonial Center has several gallery spaces available for exhibitions and display. All artwork is shown either on easels, free standing pedestals, or hanging systems. Applications are currently being accepted for future showings.

Complete the Application Form and send it to The Colonial Center at the following address. You may also send by email. Please call for more details.

The Colonial Center
Attn: Karen Terry
220 South Mecklenburg Avenue
South Hill, Virginia 23970
(434) 262-4170
kdmosley1@hotmail.com

In the Main Gallery:
Artwork by Diana Hrabosky


Prints available for sale - pricing provided upon request.

     
 

Diana comes from the corporate world where she worked in Administrative and Human Resource Management before semi-retiring and moving to Raleigh, NC, in 2012. She currently works part-time for HD Reach, a non-profit organization which provides access to healthcare, education, and social assistance for individuals and families in North Carolina who have been affected by Huntington’s disease.

With no formal training other than a six-week drawing class in 1992, she began colored pencil self-instruction in 2009. Production was slow due to limited available time for the labor-intensive process of colored pencil work. Now that she is able to devote more hours to her artwork, development, production, and experimentation have increased. Diana has now also begun to learn about paint and acrylic techniques, and a bit about photography and Adobe Photoshop Elements.

Diana is a member of the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA), CPSA District Chapter #114 in Raleigh, and Fine Arts League of Cary (FALC). She is the current President of Cary Gallery of Artists after serving as the Vice President during its 2015-2016 year.

Her works have been exhibited at Labor Day Art Show in Glen Echo, MD; FALC 21st Annual Juried Art Exhibition in Cary, NC; Museum of Natural Sciences in the Nature Art Gallery in Raleigh, NC; Cary Gallery of Artists; and in NC Aquarium Exhibitions in both Roanoke Island and Pine Knoll Shores, NC, where her colored pencil piece titled, “Crazy Legs” was chosen to be featured on the shows’ posters.

Aside from painting, she is also passionate about social dancing. She began partner dancing in 1998, and her favorite styles include Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, Folk Waltz, Slow Blues, Cajun, Zydeco, Texas Two-Step, Latin, and Ballroom. Additionally, she has spent hundreds of hours volunteering, hosting dances, teaching, and recruiting new dancers.

The Galleries are open for free, public viewing Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and during all Colonial Center public performance events.

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In the Craft Gallery:
Park View High School Art

     

Featuring works by:

Destiny Anderson, Mackenzie Bowen, Lane Dunn, Jace Easter, Brooke Glynn, Avery Kellett, Devin Maslen, Ella Patton, Lexy Sjurseth, and Trinity Walker.

The Galleries are open for free, public viewing Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and during all Colonial Center public performance events.



 


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