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RICHMOND — A Grayson County man's artwork is on display in the General Assembly Building in downtown Richmond.
Todd Price — business owner, sign maker and fine artist and designer — was recently invited to feature a collection of his artwork in the state's capital.
Price's paintings will be on display throughout the Virginia General Assembly's legislative session, Jan. 13 through March 13.
Southwest Virginia boasts many beautiful geographic features that inspired much of Price's work for the exhibit. The paintings capture powerful moments in time, masquerading as simplistic elements of our everyday surroundings.
Price draws on more than 35 years of experience in creating fine art for this exhibit, but humbly states that, "I enjoy painting moments of unexpected beauty."
These moments do not go unnoticed. Virginia Senate Clerk Melanie Reekes recommends Price's exhibit in three simple words: "I love it!"
Price's paintings will be featured on the third floor of the General Assembly Building and are available for viewing and purchase for two months.
Price can also be found in his studio and gallery in Elk Creek, as well as instructing art at the Chestnut Creek School of the Arts in downtown Galax.
• For further information about the upcoming exhibit and Price's work,