August 31 - December 10, 2023
Gina Louthian-Stanley ’00 is a multimedia artist, writer, and workshop instructor born and living in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Louthian-Stanley has worked primarily as a printmaker since the late 1970s. In 2006, she began experimenting with encaustic techniques in which she juxtaposes transparent and opaque layers coupled with unique textures. Louthian-Stanley’s works represent physical and emotional sensations which carry the viewer into a narrative inspired by the natural world. She writes, “I pursued my childhood dream of becoming an artist, continuing as a student to earn my B.A. in studio art from Hollins University and my masters from Radford University. While I love learning, I also want to help others reach their goals to find their creative voice.” This exhibition and its related programs are sponsored in part by the City of Roanoke through the Roanoke Arts Commission.
Hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 12-5 pm; Thursday, 12-8 pm