Art and Food Pair to Nourish at MOCA

Art and Food Pair to Nourish at MOCA

(Richard Nickel, “Pea Pod Family,” 2020, Ceramic and low fire glaze, 46 x19 x15 inches, Courtesy of the artist) By Jeff Maisey Since the beginning of the pandemic, visual art museums and galleries as well as the food and beverage cultures of Hampton Roads have...
Light Brings Black Art in Focus

Light Brings Black Art in Focus

(Artwork by Chesapeake-born Julian Haskins) By Betsy DiJulio “How about not me?” quipped Clayton Singleton in a recent Zoom interview. “I wanted to put some brothers and sisters up on the wall…to have that feeling of being in the background,” explained the VEER...
Mural Artist of the Year: Clayton Singleton

Mural Artist of the Year: Clayton Singleton

(MURAL, MURAL ON THE WALL: Artist Clayton Singleton stands with the Black Lives More Than Matter mural he collaborated on with Nicole Harp. Photo by Jeff Maisey) By Betsy DiJulio Since the pandemic began in earnest, evenings and weekends have found Clayton Singleton,...
SURREAL: Pfac Goes Out on Top

SURREAL: Pfac Goes Out on Top

(Peninsula Fine Arts Center Executive Director Courtney Gardner)  By Jeff Maisey When the Peninsula Fine Arts Center (Pfac) presents Masters of Surrealism: Picasso, Dalí and Miró November 21 through December 20 it astonishingly marks the visual arts center’s...