Ghostprint Gallery presents new work by Jeffrey Vincent, The Tillinghast Family Portraits

by | Jul 3, 2009 | ART

Vincent recently completed this series of portraits while residing in New Mexico. The essence of each eccentric family member has been captured and preserved in these graphite drawings.

Vincent recently completed this series of portraits while residing in New Mexico. The essence of each eccentric family member has been captured and preserved in these graphite drawings. Vincent, based in N. Y., works in a variety of mediums and has exhibited widely in the U.S.

Since 2002 he has been creating soft sculptures from recycled textiles; each of his “dolls” is unique and possess its own perverse charm.

Opening July 3rd (from 7pm-10pm)-August 1st
220 W. Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23220
Hours are Wednesday-Saturday 1pm-7pm or by appointment

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