“The Dover Quartet players have it in them to become the next Guarneri String Quartet—they’re that good. Expert musicianship, razor-sharp ensemble, deep musical feeling and a palpable commitment to communication made their performances satisfying on many levels.” —Chicago Tribune
MARINUS in the VINEYARD
Wine, Socialize and BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic)starting @6:30PM
The GRAMMY® nominated DOVER QUARTET will perform a short intimate concert with seating in the round.
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 76, No. 3 “Emperor”
Come with friends around 6:30PM to sip a glass of wine (*available for purchase) as you watch the sun set over the mountains. Then join us in the carriage house for a mini concert of world-class quartet playing. You will not want to miss this rare opportunity to hear one of the most in-demand string quartets as you sip wine in a gorgeous venue!
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***DON’T MISS OUT! Join MARINUS again on Tuesday, September 20 as the DOVER QUARTET plays sextets in the round with RACHEL KUIPERS YONAN (viola) and JOSEPH KUIPERS (cello). Works by Brahms and Schoenberg. Click here for tickets!
Local watercolor painter John Russell will be at Crozet Artisan Depot on May 8th from 2 – 4. John’s 5 x 7 watercolors express luminosity within life, within people, within our world. John Russell’s paintings encompass people to landscapes.
Local photographer Cass Girvin will be at Crozet Artisan Depot from 2- 4 pm on Saturday April 10, 2021. Meet Cass and find out the details behind his fabulous images. Cass is a self-taught photographer who grew up in Crozet. Cass now lives in Charlottesville and teaches English at Western Albemarle High School. He loves being outside hiking, running, and taking photographs. This meet the artist event is part of a two month show that lasts through April 30. The show will feature spectacular local landscapes and captivating wildlife images. Cass excels at capturing vibrant sunsets, enchanting sunrises, and the soft moody light of mist in a forest. He takes the opportunity to seek out wildlife whenever he is traveling around. This is a Second Saturday Crozet event.
“Chasing the best light is my main passion, as I’m a total geek for a radiant sky.”
– Cass Girvin
Meet ceramic artist Ruchi Gupta at the Depot on Saturday May 8th from 12 – 2 pm. Ruchi has won many awards for her colorful, inventive ceramics. Ruchi allows colors, texture, nature, ideas to influence her work.
Explore the amazing world of printmaking. Learn to make linocuts, wrapping paper, monotypes and more. Students can express their own personal style while learning classic art techniques.
5 weeks starting April 22
Register online at CrozetArts.org
Questions? Email: [email protected]
Join us at Starr Hill Brewery for an instructor led Paint Nite event! Get creative while enjoying your favorite Starr Hill Brews. No experience required ages 21+
During the month of May, Crozet Artisan Depot proudly presents new work by graphic designer and illustrator Barbara Shenefield. Barbara will be at the Second Saturday Opening Reception on May 12th from 3-5pm in the historic Crozet train depot.
In this month-long show and sale, Barbara presents her beautiful art posters which represent many of Virginia’s most scenic features and locations. These posters are in a style reminiscent of the classic posters commissioned for the National Parks. Though they have a retro sensibility, they are also very clean and contemporary-looking.
We encourage you to visit The Depot soon to view her work! For more information please sign-up to receive our monthly newsletter – www.crozetartisandepot.com –or like our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/crozetartisandepot.
A native New Yorker, Barbara Shenefield currently resides in Charlottesville, VA. Her education is in art, architecture, and science. She earned a BFA in visual art from Purchase College, and attended architecture school at Cooper Union.
“Living in such a beautiful place makes making art easy and inspiring. I draw either on paper or directly in the computer. The posters are printed with a very high resolution printer using ultrachrome inks on high quality Kae-Lin paper. The flat, densely pigmented areas of color have an appearance similar to silkscreened prints.”
During the month of April, Crozet Artisan Depot proudly presents new work by local photographer Oana Moore. Oana will be at the Second Saturday Opening Reception on April 14th from 3-5pm in the historic Crozet train depot.
In this month-long show and sale, Oana presents a collection of recent photographs of the Crozet and Western Albemarle area.
“I love photographing the Crozet area with its beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, reservoir lakes, amazing wineries, orchards, horse and cattle farms.”
Oana Moore, a local photographer specializing in family portraits and equine photography, is equally passionate about shooting landscapes. She grew up in Romania, lived in several major European cities, and spent a year in Scotland before settling in the United States. Oana has called Crozet home for the past eight years and has photographed the area extensively. In her photography, her focus is to create a fine art image with careful consideration to composition and light. You can see more of her work at www.oanamoore.com.
During the month of October, Crozet Artisan Depot proudly presents new jewelry by our Featured Artist Kathleen Mistry. Kathleen will be at the Second Saturday Opening Reception on October 14th from 3-5pm in the historic Crozet train depot.
Kathleen’s new work is inspired by memories of some of nature’s fleeting moments: a dogwood blossom, a winter sunrise, misty woods, or a chickadee perched on a branch…Using distinctive pairings of etched brass, resin, and personal photographs, each piece captures a unique and special moment in the artist’s experience. This new collection of wearable art includes earrings, necklaces, cuff bracelets, rings, and pins.
Kathleen Mistry is a jewelry artist, painter, and community builder in the arts. She received a BA in Art from San Jose State with an emphasis in metal work and painting. As an adult education instructor, she specialized in helping people reconnect with their creativity. After moving to Crozet, VA, she became very involved with the artist community, serving as President at C’ville Arts for six years. She is especially proud to have been a founding partner at Crozet Artisan Depot. Although she recently relocated to Portland, OR, the decade she spent living and working in Central Virginia continues to inspire her work.
“Evocations” by Linda Verdery
Art on the Trax will present “Evocations” by Linda Verdery during the month of September, with a Second Saturday Artist Reception on Saturday, September 9th from 4-6pm.
From the Artist: I’ve come to painting after a career as a writer and teacher of Literature where Voice
matters. Voice seems essential to painting as well. The natural world speaks in its various seasons and moods. These Evocationsrespond to the seasons: the bouyant light and blanketed calm of winter snows, Autumn’s mute fog or sanguine fields, Spring’s quaking greens, Summer’s call to look close and far. And sometimes a clutch of flowers that simply say, Glad to be alive.
Please join us for a Second Saturday Opening Reception September 9th. This reception is part of Crozet’s Second Saturday events and runs from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. We’ll be serving up The Art Box’s famous ice cream sundaes topped with fruit from local orchards.
All events are free and open to the public. Art on the Trax is located at Creative Framing and The Art Box, across from the Olde Crozet Train Station, 5784 Three Notch’d Road in Crozet, Virginia.