OCTOBER 12, 2013 - JANUARY 11, 2014

Small Wonders
October 12, 2013 - January 11, 2014
10780 Parkridge Blvd (Parkridge 5)
Reston, VA 20191

Building will be open during normal business hours. All work is displayed in hallway/exhibit area on the first floor.


Karen Hutchison


Small works of art for the gift giving holiday season


Bonnie Ferguson Butler

Bonnie is a juried artist and photographer at the Workhouse Arts Center in Gallery 902. 

En plein air methods define her painting style. It captures her imagination with a challenging, guerrilla-style painting method that is both close to nature as well as in the thick of the environment. 

Butler purchased her first camera, a Kodak Instamatic, with her birthday money when she turned nine years old. Avidly recording life around her since, Butler's high point so far in her photography career has been a first place prize in architecture presented by Hullihen Williams Moore, a student of Ansel Adams

Metaphorically, Butler saw her first tree as a result of a required art class outside of her Science majors at Wofford College. Transformed, she then redirected to balance Art and Biochemistry over the coming years. Graduate work in Humanities and Art History at the University of Richmond gave her the proper foundation for further studies. Evolving through other media, she primarily paints in soft pastels and has studied with Richard McKinley and Maggie Price. Her joy is working en plein air and she sees trees regularly now. She is also founder and president of the Pastel Society of Virginia.


Wednesday October 9th:  Entry form via website*
Saturday, October 12th, 9:00-9:30am:  Drop-Off

Saturday, January 11th, 2014, 9:00-9:30am:  Pick-up

*The Exhibit Chair needs time to print labels and prepare for hanging.  If you are unable to submit your information prior to the deadline, you must email
karenh8@verizon.net to make special arrangements.  THINK about your info when entering online; it is recommended you print off the entry page for your records.  NO alterations will be made to titles or prices after the deadline.  If you are unable to meet these requirements, contact your exhibit chair immediately to make special arrangements. LRA will charge a $15.00 additional fee for art that is delivered and is not registered by due date.


There is a size limitation for this exhibit! Up to 4 pieces per artist can be entered, not to exceed the size of 12”x12”. Due to space requirements, the first 20 registered artist entries will be accepted.


$25. Members. $45. Non-Members. Up to 4 pieces per artist. Entry fee must be paid online on the LRA website or via check mailed to League of Reston Artists, P.O. Box 2513, Reston, VA 20195. Additional monetary donations for reception costs accepted.



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 Exhibit Entry Payments All exhibitors (member or non-member) must pay an entry fee that will be used to pay the costs of that exhibit.  Entry fees vary depending on the type of show and are explained in detail in each online entry form.  

To make an entry payment for any of the shows listed below, please pay online using the payment buttons with each exhibit description. 
Or, please mail a check* to:

PO Box 2513
Reston, VA 20195
*Include the name of the show in the memo of your check

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