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Published on Jun 5, 2016
In the winter of 1986 John Nichols Jr. approached Fredericksburg area artists to seek members for an exhibition group. Originally formed as “Art Shop”, the group’s first venture began that summer as a co-op in the middle gallery of the Silversmith House/FCCA. By August of that year the group transitioned into its present form. No longer a co-op; the name “Exposure Unlimited” was adopted by the group.
Over the years membership in the group has changed, but three of those founding members who continue with the group today are Cathy Herndon, John Nichols Jr. and Bob Worthy. Other current members include local artists Jimmy Butler, Betsy Glassie, Joan Limbrick, David Lovegrove, Retta Robbins and Paula Rose.