Potomac Fiber Arts
The commonly-asked question is answered with fiber art about our summer adventures.
Multiple Exposures Gallery
Karen Keating with be exhibiting a new portfolio of fine art photography. Her solo exhibition “I Come From” will run from September 8 to October 18, 2015 at the Multiple Exposures Gallery. Opening reception is Saturday, September 12, 2015, 2 – 4 pm. Gallery Talk is Sunday, September 27, 2015 3 – 4 pm.
Four artists explore the sublime dance of archetypal masculinity and femininity in a new exhibition at Target Gallery. The body serves as a binding theme in this presentation of aesthetically diverse work, as each artist negotiates ideas of femininity and power.
Clay comes in shades from snowy white to toasty brown to exotic ebony. An exercise in focusing on the clay itself, potters explore the range and raw look of clay with information about the properties and usage of their clay, an artist’s creative foundation. (In conduction with the Art League’s “Superstition and Belief” show) With the Kiln Club.
The Art League
Artists working in all media deal with myth, religion, belief, fantasy, and dreams.
The Art League
Sheila Harrington illustrates the passage of time in her oil paintings of subtly seasonal food and drink.
An Alexandria tradition for 20 years, Art Safari is a day of hands-on craft activities for kids and families.
Learn about how architectural visualization is a helpful tool for architects, designers, builders and engineers to help people visualize three-dimensional spaces.