For her latest paintings, Terrie Powers was inspired by Tibetan prayer flags.
The path Powers chose to create in “The Flying Path Project” is based on Dharma. According to a press release by the gallery, Dharma is the instructions for one’s path, a message of healing and restoring, and the path to enlightenment.
“Life is a path in which events and people are all connected like on this string,” Powers said in a statement to the gallery.
Powers will also feature work at Visual Art Studio with art and words hand painted onto bright pieces of 15-inch cotton squares. The pieces will be sewn on strong twine, mostly with images of birds, and hung in the parking lot adjacent to the gallery.
An Artist Talk will be held Second Saturday, May 10, with Powers at 1 p.m.
“The Flying Path Project” will be on display through the end of summer 2014.
Visual Art Studio is located at 208 West Broad Street and can be reached at 804/644-1368. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, noon to 4 p.m.