Images, Objects + Symbols, a collaborative exhibition at the Art Armory presented by the School of Visual Arts in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, features the artistry of Joanna and Donald Sunshine through Saturday, April 26.
Donald Sunshine, emeritus professor of architecture at Virginia Tech, displays work in large, abstract paintings and welded steel sculptures. Joanna Sunshine, a fiber artists and weaver, displays organic, textural tapestries.
The Armory Gallery is located at 201 Draper Road. The exhibition is free and open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. To arrange special accommodations for people with disabilities, please call (540) 231-5547 Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., 48 hours in advance.
The College of Architecture and Urban Studies is composed of four schools: the School of Architecture + Design, including architecture, industrial design, interior design and landscape architecture; the School of Public and International Affairs, including urban affairs and planning, public administration and policy and government and international affairs; the Myers-Lawson School of Construction, which includes building construction in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and construction engineering management in the College of Engineering; and the School of the Visual Arts, including programs in studio art, visual communication and art history.