Shown above: Dreamcatcher $1500

Rawls Museum Arts and Bronco Federal Credit Union


Eric Unser


Artist Gallery Talk - Sunday  November 6, 2022

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free and open to the public

Artist Bio - Eric grew up on a farm in Southampton County, graduated from Southampton High School (Courtland,VA) and received his degree in Fine Arts from Virginia Tech.  After graduating, he worked in the commercial art and sign painting industry.  Eric is currently employed at CBN (Virginia Beach) in the  Scenic Design Dept.  Eric’s art has been shown and sold in galleries in Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Richmond.  Eric later started building his own tools and machines to manipulate the paint using physics. Eric puts all of the parameters in place, then sets it in motion, calling it controlled chaos!

Artist Statement -  “Every artist uses a tool to apply paint and usually that’s a paintbrush.” “To me, each new painting is an adventure!”  Where art and motion collide.

The exhibit will be on display Oct. 13-Nov. 19, 2022

Gallery hours are Tuesdays-Fridays 10-4 and Saturdays 10-2

This exhibit is supported in part by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

 through the Camp Family Foundations and the Paul Mellon Endowment.

Rawls Museum Arts gratefully acknowledges the support of the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, The City of Franklin, Southampton County, Franklin and Southampton County Charities. The Camp Foundation, Otto and Betsy Wegman, The Business Consortium for Arts Support, The Ella Freeman Rawls Endowment Fund, Franklin Lumber Company, LLC, Manry Rawls Insurance, Franklin-Southampton Economic Development, Wells Fargo Advisors, Davenport and Company, LLC & our dedicated membership.