Native American art, past & present
The Peninsula Fine Art Center (PFAC) is presenting a Native American art exhibit entitled “To Walk in Beauty” from January 21 to March 26. Native Americans seek to live in harmony with the earth as well as to balance the elements of one’s life. “To Walk in Beauty”
seeks to replicate the innate order and harmony of the universe within each individual.
This extraordinary exhibit allows viewers to take a deeper look at Native American life past and present through textiles, regalia, woven rugs, clay pottery and sculpture, blown glass, bronze sculptures, watercolor and drawings. Displays reflect the dynamic tradition of Native American art. Artifacts from Native American life in Jamestown, Virginia from the 1600s are presented alongside late 19th century Native American objects. To complement traditional art and artifacts, an exhibition featuring contemporary Native American artists can also be viewed.
The Peninsula Fine Art Center
, located at 101 Museum Drive in Newport News, is open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sundays. 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. For general admission information please visit the PFAC web site
. The first full weekend of every month, when an exhibition is on view, PFAC offers free admission!