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Bob Kaminski Solo Artist July Exhibit at Reston Corner I

posted Jun 24, 2014, 12:29 PM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jun 24, 2014, 12:30 PM ]


Don Douglas Solo Artist July Exhibit at Reston Corner II

posted Jun 24, 2014, 12:21 PM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jun 24, 2014, 12:21 PM ]


Cristina Abbate Jacobson August Solo Artist at Reston Corner II

posted Jun 24, 2014, 12:14 PM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jun 24, 2014, 12:21 PM ]


Dan Mihalko Solo Exhibit at Reston Corner I

posted Jun 12, 2014, 1:11 PM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jun 24, 2014, 12:23 PM ]



June 1-30, 2014
Main Lobby
Reston Corner One
12001 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA

Sharon Pound Solo Exhibit at Reston Corner I

posted Apr 23, 2014, 10:18 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jun 24, 2014, 12:22 PM ]


May 1 - 31, 2014

Main Lobby
Reston Corner One
12001 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA

Reflections Of Spring Art Reception

posted Apr 23, 2014, 10:15 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster

You & Your Friends Are Cordially Invited:

Reflections Of Spring!

City Of Fairfax Hosts Spotlight On The Arts ~ Art Beautique Event At Sherwood Center

 

             

 

Reflections Of Spring! ~ Opening Art Reception With Irish Céilí Music & Entertainment: You are invited to a free wine and cheese art opening reception and concert on Saturday, May 10 from 7 to 9 PM

, where you will be able to meet the artist, Larry Oskin. This Céilí event will share music, dancing, singing and storytelling from Ireland. Síor-Óg will perform the music of O’Carolan and old masters. Shepherd’s Pie Céilí Band will play. Shannon Dunne will offer Sean-nós ‘old-style’ dancing, while Aoibhneas Rince School of Irish Dance will have step dancers perform. The Tuesday Night Céilí Club will invite the audience to join in a dance. Beth Benedetto will perform songs while Penelope Fleming and Voices In The Glen will share Irish stories.

Larry Oskin ~ Featured Artist: Reflections Of Spring! will share a new fine art photography collection to celebrate spring beauty by Larry Oskin of Art Beautique. Oskin strives to celebrate the pure beauty of flowers, landscapes, cityscapes, women and animals. His Art Beautique images look like contemporary impressionistic paintings, using bright, bold and vivid colors.  His work is digitally enhanced to balance Oskin’s strong sense of color, layout and design with objective and non-objective abstract expressionism. Oskin shares his Art Beautique photography images as a dedicated color and field theorist. He truly remains inspired by beauty; whether from the human form or from nature itself.

Oskin shares, “Spring is always a great time to celebrate beauty. Everyone enjoys the absolute pleasure derived from seeing beautiful flowers, animals, sunrises, sunsets, people and picturesque landscapes. My Art Beautique images remain very stylized with a technique I created, called ‘Photo Impressionism’. I believe that fine art photography remains one of our best artistic forms of visual expression. I search to share what we can see, sense and feel, yet not always touch! With photography, we can share the instant of a beautiful sunrise, sunset and cloud, which may only otherwise be a mere quick memory. We are able to enjoy the memory of smiles, happiness, sorrow, love, warmth, friendship, beauty, romance and spirit as well as to remember the unique joy we may have experienced from a complete array of emotions. A picture may only be worth 1000 words, while little else will compare when you are able to capture any special moment in time!”

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Oskin has exhibited his original limited edition professional artwork in private art galleries and city museums including the famous Albright-Knox Art Gallery of Buffalo, NY. He has regularly exhibited his fine art collections within Northern Virginia and Washington, DC art galleries. Earlier in his career, Oskin was Director of Marketing for Circle Fine Art, which at the time was respected as the world’s largest fine art publisher and art gallery chain, where he provided marketing for Peter Max, Erté, Yaacov Agam, Norman Rockwell, LeRoy Neiman, Marcel Mouley, Walt Disney Studios and many internationally respected artists. Oskin is also owner of Marketing Solutions as a full-service marketing, graphic design, photography and PR agency specializing in the professional beauty and medical industries. This Spotlight On The Arts exhibit will also be his ‘Farewell Fairfax’ art show, as he will soon be moving to Clermont, Florida.

The Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center, located at 3740 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030. For more information on this art show and the Fairfax Spotlight On The Arts, visit www.fairfaxspotlight.org or contact Larry Oskin at 703-359-6000, LOskin@MktgSols.com. You can also visit: www.ArtBeautique.com and http://larry-oskin.artistwebsites.com/news.html.

Art at the Mill - Millwood, VA

posted Apr 12, 2014, 8:17 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Apr 12, 2014, 8:19 AM ]

April 26 through May 11, 2014
Burwell-Morgan Mill, Millwood, Virginia
More than 1,500 works of fine art by 300+ artists in a beautiful historic mill.

Reception: Sunday, May 4th from 2pm-5pm


Jim Kirby Exhibit: Reston At Fifty, A Celebration In Pictures

posted Mar 23, 2014, 6:42 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Mar 23, 2014, 7:13 AM ]

April 1 - 30, 2014

Reston Center 2 – Main Floor Lobby

12005 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston




Reston At Fifty, A Celebration In Pictures, will exhibit large photographs of the community of Reston. The show coincides with the 50th anniversary of Reston. It will also serve to introduce Jim's book by the same name, which will be available as a print-on-demand book through Blurb.com and as an ebook through the Apple iBookstore. Jim's photographs of the planned community of Reston are a pictorial celebration of the new town, including the natural beauty, the architecture, the people, and the culture of the community. Most of the photographs were taken in the last five years and depict Reston today, as he sees his home town at fifty.

Jim Kirby has lived in Reston, Virginia for over thirty years. His photography career began on arrival, working first as a photojournalist with The Reston Times, where he honed his skills as a visual storyteller and in the process won nine Virginia Press Association Awards for Excellence in Photography. Jim began working as a freelance photographer in 1984, shooting advertising and editorial assignments for corporations, magazines, and ad agencies. That same year, he photographed and designed the book, Reston, The First Twenty Years, a volunteer effort with other Reston residents, including writer Tom Grubisich. The proceeds from the book helped found the Reston archive at George Mason University Library. In 2009, Jim published his first solo book, Harpers Ferry, A Crossroads in Time. Published by Mountain Trail Press, the book tells the remarkable story of the historic West Virginia town with photographs and words. When he is not shooting pictures, Jim enjoys kayaking on the Potomac River, hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and running the miles of pathways in Reston.
                         
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Cheryl Parsons Solo Exhibit at Reston Center I

posted Mar 20, 2014, 4:06 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster

"This & That" paintings on exhibit by Cheryl Parsons during the month of April at Reston One Building "Home of the Reston Association".

Cheryl is a representational painter who interprets "the realistic" by painting everyday objects. 
Crayons, games, colorful candies, fruits, vegetables, trompe l'oeil surprises and still life paintings of memorable personal objects as commissions.

This exhibit will include recent paintings of trompe l'oeil book shelves with themed objects - cooking items; fun toys. "This is why I named the exhibit "This & That".  Kitchens, children's rooms or wherever in the home...shelves collect things ...."This & That", states Cheryl. 

Also on exhibit are paintings of contemporary fruits, vegetables, butterflies and candy paintings - "This & That"

Cheryl's paintings have been exhibited throughout the Metro DC, Virginia and Maryland area in galleries.  Also, her paintings are in a permanent collection at PassionFish Restaurant in Reston.  Also, a recent addition to the corporate collection of Republic Title Company in Richmond, VA.

Honors have included a grant to live in Dinan, France for a month and a painting was selected to be included in the collection of La Grande Vigne.  Cheryl's work has been included in juried art festivals in South Florida - Miami, Key Biscayne, Boca Raton and Palm Beach as well as the Metro Washington, DC areas.

On Exhibit:  April 1 - 30 - Reston One Building, - Main Entry Lobby - 12001 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston. 20101.

For information contact Cheryl - 202-607-6223. cheryl@cherylparsons.com

Cheryl Parsons
Fine Artist
Cheryl Parsons Designs, LLC
 
Designer
C&C Remodels

Sutherlin Art & Wine Show at Danville Museum

posted Mar 18, 2014, 3:48 AM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Mar 18, 2014, 3:48 AM ]

The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History invites applications to our 2014 Sutherlin Arts and Wine Show, a juried show to be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Danville, Virginia.  Named for the Museum’s historic Sutherlin Mansion, the juried art show and wine tasting will take place on the beautiful grounds of the Museum.

The Danville Museum has successfully hosted a juried art show for over ten years, but decided to enhance it as a fundraiser by bringing in winetasting.  The event is well attended and publicized throughout Virginia and northern North Carolina.  Food, a silent auction, and live music add to the festivities.  The Art Show will open at 10:00 a.m., for free.  The ticketed event that includes the winetasting will start at 1:00 p.m. 

The Danville Museum is located at 975 Main Street, linking Averett University and the hospital campus to Downtown and the River District.  We are the start of the walking tours for the Historic District, Millionaire’s Row, and the Holbrook-Ross Historic District.  The Danville Museum is world famous for its Civil War exhibit, attracting visitors especially during May.  The grounds include a rose garden and is a Garden Club of Virginia Historic Restoration Project.  With these attractions and our location on the border with North Carolina, you will find this venue will open doors to new sponsors of your artwork.

Attached is the Prospectus with details about the Sutherlin Art and Wine Show.  Please note:  a donation to our silent auction enables you to get the reduced tent space fee.  The event will be held rain or shine.  Feel free to call us for more information a (434) 793-5644 or email info@danvillemuseum.org

 
Sincerely,
Gary Cotta                  Cara Burton
Event Chairperson        Executive Director

www.danvillemuseum.org


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