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In keeping with the tradition of Thomas Jefferson's model and the McIntire School of Commerce's vision of developing well-rounded students, we support the diversity of art and its interaction with commerce. The John P. and Stephanie F. Connaughton Gallery, located on the third floor of Robertson Hall, is the perfect space for showcasing art generated by McIntire and UVA students. Featured exhibits in this art gallery are on a rotating basis and contingent upon the McIntire Art and Commerce (MAC) Committee's approval.
The McIntire Art and Commerce
committee proudly exhibits the work of Richard Crozier. Mr. Crozier has not stopped
capturing change around Charlottesville and the nearby landscape through his
painting since retiring from the McIntire Department of Art at UVA’s College
and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences in January 2011. Dick taught
beginning drawing and upper-level painting since 1974.
attracted to the different light at various times of day, changes in the
landscape as the seasons come and go, and changes in the built environment.
The Blue Ridge Mountains are also subjects of his
Mr. Crozier describes his
work as a “one picture project – a portrait of Charlottesville.” After 40+
years, he still is creating his visual diary. “The more I do, the less I am
inclined to do other things. The more I paint, the more I find interesting.”
There is constant change in our area, and it keeps him busy.
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