Chroma Projects

Chroma Projects Art Laboratory features a changing exhibition space along with a collective of artist studios and showrooms in the labyrinth of spaces that originally serviced the University Florist - Charlottesville's premier florist since the 1920s. The resident artists that now inhabit its vaults and coolers and work areas expand Chroma's changing exhibition programming through both in-house art and design, as well as instruction.


The Director of Chroma Projects is Deborah McLeod, who has been active as a curator of contemporary art throughout Virginia, as well as D.C. and Maryland, for the past 25 years. She has written about art for the past 10 years, writing numerous exhibition essays and contributing reviews and critiques to Style Weekly Magazine, The Easton Star Democrat, The Virginian Pilot/Ledger Star, Baltimore City Paper, Art Papers, Sculptor Magazine, and Ceramics; Art & Perception.