The Shenandoah Arts Council is proud to present the artwork of Otis L. Stanley in two exhibitions in the month of July. The first is the Color Blind Black and White exhibition and the second is a solo showing of his work. Both shows feature his creativity and diverse subject matter. His Better Must Come painting is used as the Color Blind invitation piece. Otis' work will be on display for the entire month of July. The Shenandoah Arts Council is located at 811 S. Loudoun St. in Winchester, Va. 22601 phone number is 540 667-5166. Please call for viewing hours. Tammie Limoges is the Executive Director.
An invitational featuring the work of Loretta Allison, Anne Bouie, Carmen Crawford, Ray Crawford, Caliph Green, Ray Hart, Joseph Jones and Otis L. Stanley. Artist reception on Sunday, February 1, 2015 at 3:00 P.M.
Falls Church , Va. has the Blues. The kind of Blues you can use. Art and Frame of Falls Church is currently featuring artwork by Otis L. Stanley.
The theme of the exhibition is the Blues. The six pieces featured include, "Don't Lose Your Soul At The Crossroads", "City Country Blues'', ''The Harp Player, Blues Singer", "Sultry" and ''All That Jazz''. These colorful paintings explore a wide range of the Blues and each tells it's own story as well.
The month long exhibit is available for viewing from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. daily, Monday through Saturday.
Ben Orcutt of the Virginia Daily newspaper writes about the 10th Annual Black History Celebration art show at the Shenandoah Arts Council in Winchester , Virgina featuring the artwork of Otis L Staney and Cherly D. Edwards.
See article at www.nvdaily.com. In search box type in Otis Stanley
Article title is Artists explore family theme in annual exhibit
Article about A.L. Corbett Middle School in Wagener, South Carolina. Students recreate artwork of African-American artist, including Otis L. Stanley.
Article written by Rob Novit. Date of article is 1/14/10 7:30 PM
To read article go to aikenstandard.com, In the Search box, type in A.L. Corbett Middle School artwork, scroll down to the article title and you are there.
Otis L. Stanley's work was selected to be a part of this year's ArtScape Banner Project in Winchester, Va.
The second annual ArtScape Banner Project promotes local businesses and brings the arts to the people. The banners will hang through the summer and be in place until December of this year. "Winchester, Va. is a beautiful city and I feel honored to be a part of the city through my work".
Otis' piece is entitled "Winchester, Virginia's Hidden Gem". It is located in front of the George Washington Hotel.