The Shenandoah Valley Art Center during the month of December, in the Cabell/Arehart Invitational Gallery, is presenting an exhibition by Beryl Jazvic, an art educator from the Fredericksburg area. With an unwavering passion for the profound art of painting portraits, Beryl dives fearlessly into the intricate tapestry of human emotions. Having experienced different places and communities throughout her life, she holds a deep appreciation for the influence of diverse faces and their narratives on her artistic journey. Beryl’s work is a testament to her insatiable curiosity for the human experience. Drawing from a well of inspiration, she skillfully captures the essence of her subjects, depicting the raw beauty of their emotions. Each brushstroke reveals her commitment to authenticity and her quest to reflect the captivating stories etched within every face. As an artist, Beryl’s role transcends boundaries, encompassing a multitude of forms. She is not only a painter but also a storyteller, weaving narratives through her art. With reverence and dedication, she seeks to preserve the beauty that surrounds her, showcasing the remarkable diversity of the human spirit through her portraiture.
An opening reception to meet the artist will be held on December 9, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.