Claire Courpron creates statuesque monochromatic or limited-palette sculptures of beautifully posed female forms and thoughtful still life compositions.
Karen Hutchison’s love of designing with color, paper and other materials, renders abstract pieces that are alternately, and often simultaneously, stimulating and soothing.
Meet the artists and enjoy coffee from Bean Bar, wine and small fare, along with guitarist Bill Cabrera during a free reception on Saturday, March 15th, from 4 – 7 p.m.
Bob Friedenberg’s ink drawings range from jungle scenes to space travel — detailed imaginative worlds, where shapes are filled with symbols, words and equations.
Kay Layne’s warm toned abstract paintings reflect open spaces and geometric elements; richly textured color field works that encourage the viewer’s interpretation.
Meet the artists and enjoy a glass of wine and light fare during a free, open to the public reception on Saturday, February 15th, from 4 – 7 p.m.
January 5 – 31, 2014
Bold graphic lines and a lively start for the New Year! Join us at Arts in the Village Gallery in January for a striking porcelain collection by Melinda Croft, and dynamic pen-and-ink style imagery of photographer Ken Sullins, as they offer a fresh visual and tactile perspective to ring in 2014.
With the new year often comes returning to regular work schedules, and ceramicist Melinda Croft invites you to use art in the office from her new collection. Be inspired by organically shaped vessels, containers and trays with matte black and white finish. Influenced by turn of the century potters and Asian art and philosophies, Melinda’s pieces work anywhere, and are functional to boot.
Fresh white backgrounds and black pen-and-ink style images from photographer Ken Sullins help transition you into the new year with a clean slate. The simplicity of the designs allow the viewer’s own eye to add meaning or personalization to each piece. Ken’s body of work depicting natural environments, birds and animals are simultaneously abstract and familiar.
Meet the artists and enjoy a glass of wine and small fare during a free, open to the public reception on Sunday, January 25th, from 4 – 7 p.m.
Live Music at the Gallery – Weekends in December
December 21, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Noteworthy, will be playing for us at the AITV Gallery, adding to a lovely holiday cheer. The trio has been playing together since 2012. Its members include cellist Claire Punturieri, first violinist Caleb Bates, and second violinist Kate Sandberg. All members study music privately at The Catoctin School of Music in Leesburg. Kate and Claire attend Loudoun County High School as sophomores, while Caleb attends Tuscarora High School as a freshman. Claire participates in the Loudoun County High School orchestra as well as the Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra. Caleb is a member of the Tuscarora High School Orchestra and International Youth Orchestra. Noteworthy performs many genres of music and is available for your next event! Contact Jennene@thecatoctinschoolofmusic.com for details.
December 20-21, 7:00-9:00 pm Rebecca Kite, of Leesburg, VA, a talented performer, teacher, and author, will be inspiring us playing vibraphone at the gallery. “Exciting, majestic, inspiring!” describes Rebecca Kite’s talented performances. With more than 25 years of touring experience, she has performed in venues across the United States and in South America, Japan, and Europe. To contact her,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.rebeccakite.com
Arts in the Village Gallery presents our new exhibit Creative Inspirations, a showcase of artwork by gallery artists that was inspired by a favorite person, place, thing or idea. Each artwork is accompanied by an explanation of it’s inspiration. As a result, this exhibit draws the viewer into the thought process behind each work of art and demonstrates how artistic inspiration can come from many things.
For the month of December, Arts in the Village Gallery is offering an irresistible holiday deal – Framed, ready to hang, 8×8 canvas reproductions of artwork created by our own gallery artists. These quality reproductions are the perfect size for gift giving. At only $35 each, you can consider purchasing a collections of them. So gift the gift of art this holiday season, but act soon to get your favorite pieces while supplies last.
Visit the Gallery this month to enter a weekly drawing to win a Gallery Gift Card. One winner will be drawn each time $25 Gift Card on 12/7, $50 Gift Card on 12/14, $100 Gift Card on 12/21. You do not need to be present to win.
Reflections & Patterns – an exhibit by copper artist Anne Jordan and photographer Mary Louise Ravese
November 2013 Featured Artists
In November, Arts in the Village Gallery presents the Featured Artists exhibit Reflections & Patterns, a fusion of the artisanal copper pieces by metalsmith Anne Jordan with the contemplative “painterly” style of photography of Mary Louise Ravese in a fascinating medley of color, texture and imagery.
Anne Jordan’s inviting sculpted and hammered copper bowls, trays, mirrors, fountains, and other pieces reflect nature-inspired shapes and patterns. Pieces are textured and formed by hammering and brazing, and finished with delightfully subtle hues and patinas reflecting copper’s natural beauty.
With a keen eye for capturing the dramatic and beautiful, even ordinary objects and spaces take on an air of the remarkable through the lens of photographer Mary Louise Ravese. Intriguing patterns and textures are revealed in her images of colorful landscapes, nature close-ups, and abstract reflections. Each photograph is complemented with carefully chosen mats and frames that add another layer of interest and expression to the photography.
Camera, Kiln & Canvas – an exhibit by ceramicist and painter Carol Clay-Ward and photographer Ken Sullins
October 2013 Featured Artists
During October Arts in the Village Gallery presents the Featured Artists exhibit: Camera, Kiln & Canvas highlighting the work of two award-winning artists – ceramicist and painter Carol Clay-Ward and photographer Ken Sullins, in a dramatic display of nature inspired imagery.
Carol Clay-Ward’s interest in paleontology, animals and the environment shine through in her diverse body of work ranging from intricate oil paintings to raku Cave Pots depicting scenes reminiscent of ancient cave drawings and adorned with fossils. Luminescent metallic vessels commingle with horse-hair raku pendants and intimate mini canvases, rounding out the artwork of this multi-talented Renaissance woman.
Photographer Ken Sullins takes viewers on a journey of both mind and heart with his photography. Wild horses, open vistas, abandoned places, and dramatic landscapes, rendered both in vibrant color and black and white engage the viewer to step into a different place and time. Ken prints all his own photography on paper or canvas which he stretches onto hand-built bars.
Arts in the Village 365!
Saturday, September 28, 2013
5 pm – 9 pm
This September Arts in the Village Gallery marks its 1st anniversary with a month of special activities culminating in the Arts in the Village 365! reception on Saturday, September 28th from 5-9 pm. Meet the artists, enjoy the art exhibits, and enter the drawing for a chance to win a $100 gift card for the gallery. Music, party fare and refreshments round out the event.
This September join us all month long in celebrating our gallery’s 1st anniversary
For every $50 you spend with us, you’ll receive a unique handmade commemorative coaster created by the gallery’s artists as our gift to you. (limit 4 per checkout).
Also join in the month long Gift Card Giveaway. Fill in a form at the gallery front desk to Enter to Win 1 of 3 Gallery Gift Cards. You need not be present to win.
- 1st drawing – $50 gift card – Saturday September 7, during artists’ reception 5 – 8 pm
- 2nd drawing – $50 gift card – Saturday September 21, end of the day
- 3rd drawing – $100 gift card – Saturday September 28, during Arts in the Village 365! 5 – 9 pm
“Transience & Transformation” - Featured Artists exhibit by painter and photographer Linda Burke and fiber artist Susan Trask.
September 2013 Featured Artists
In September, Arts in the Village Gallery presents “Transience & Transformation,” a synthesis of the moody, ethereal paintings and photographs by Linda Burke with the spirited scarves from fiber artist Susan Trask, capturing the beauty and art of growth and change.
Linda Burke’s use of light and shadow convey a sense of the dramatic in contrast to the quiet nature of the subjects she depicts. Using a traditional pinhole camera or oil on canvas, Linda expresses her connection to western Loudoun County’s distinctive landscape and rich history. The resulting work evokes a sense of timelessness, capturing a view of this ever-changing environment.
Fiber artist Susan Trask of Earth Wind and Fleece uses wet felting techniques to “laminate” layers of fiber and embellishments, creating pattern and texture in her wearable art. Susan hand-dyes fiber and yarns produced from the alpacas she raises on a small farm in Lovettsville, Virginia. Her scarves are a fusion of earthy texture and vibrant color: free-spirited, dramatic, and confident.
Daily Art Demonstrations and Wine Tastings at the Gallery August 14 – 18
The Village at Leesburg will be hosting the 1st annual “Artful August” juried art show on August 14 – 18. Once you’ve had the chance to take in the art show, Arts in the Village Gallery invites you to visit our gallery to experience art demonstrations by several of the gallery’s artists and enjoy wine tastings by a variety of local wineries. Each day offers different opportunities to see art being made and talk with the artists. Here is the schedule of activities during the “Artful August” show:
Wednesday August 14:
- Art Demonstrations:
- Harriet Maloney, wood turning, 4 – 6:30 pm, in front of the gallery
- Alice Mullen, painting 5 – 8 pm, inside the gallery
- Wine Tastings by 8 Chains North 4:30 – 8 pm
Thursday August 15:
- Art Demonstrations:
- Amy Oliver (featured artist for August), wheel thrown pottery, 5:30 – 8 pm, in front of the gallery
- Anne Jordan, hammered copper, 5:30 – 8 pm, inside the gallery
- Wine Tastings by North Gate Vineyard 5:30 – 8 pm
Friday August 16:
- Art demonstrations:
- Dana Thompson, painting, 5:30 – 8 pm, inside the gallery
- Wine Tastings by Lost Creek Winery 5:30 – 8 pm
Saturday August 17:
- Art demonstrations:
- Carol Clay-Ward, painting, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm, inside the gallery
- Karen Oliver (featured artist for August), paper collage, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, inside the gallery
- Amy Oliver (featured artist for August), wheel thrown pottery, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, in front of the gallery
- Featured Artists’ Reception for Amy and Karen Oliver, 4 – 8 pm, meet the artists inside the gallery
- Wine Tastings by Dry Mill Winery 12 – 8 pm
Sunday August 18:
- Art demonstrations:
- Karen Oliver (featured artist for August), paper collage, 12:30 – 5:30 pm, inside the gallery
- Dana Thompson, painting, 1;30 – 5:30, inside the gallery
- Wine Tastings by Fabbioli Cellars 12 – 6 pm
“Family Dynamics” – a Featured Artists exhibit by ceramicist Amy Oliver, and her mother, collage artist, Karen Oliver
August 2013 Featured Artists
This August Arts in the Village Gallery presents “Family Dynamics,” an interplay of artistic technique and design. From the earthy vessels fashioned by ceramicist Amy Oliver to the impressionistic paper collages of her mother Karen Oliver, their relationship with each other and to their work demonstrates a lifetime of exploration and a shared creative passion.
Working with clay at the potter’s wheel, Amy Oliver shapes pieces that have not only a purpose but a “soul” that resonates with both the maker and the viewer. Seeking to combine artistry with functionality, Amy often carves into the clay of her vases, plates and mugs to convey feelings, natural elements or stories, and renders the pieces in earthy hues and lively pattern.
Collage artist Karen Oliver carefully tears tiny pieces of paper which she then arranges to form painterly compositions. She uses everything from exotic handmade papers to the common magazine to make her intricate, layered designs. Influenced from an early age by a diversity of art, Karen has always enjoyed drawing and leverages her detail-oriented nature to create colorful tableaus and landscapes rich in texture and conveying the beauty of the ordinary.
Meet the artists during a free, open to the public reception on Saturday, August 17th from 4 – 8 p.m.
“Art in the Making” Gallery Open House
Saturday July 27th, 3 – 8 pm
Arts in the Village Gallery invites you to see art made before your eyes as our artists work on their creations live during Village at Leesburg’s annual Village Block Party. Artist demonstrations and art sales will take place both inside and outside the Gallery. During the open house, visitors can also meet some of the other gallery artists, see the Featured Artists’ exhibit, and enjoy wine tastings by Lost Creek Winery.
The following artists will work on their creations live, offering visitors insights into how their artwork is made:
Carol Clay-Ward (painting), Dana Jansen (silver wire-wrapped jewelry), Anne Jordan (hammered copper), Amy Oliver (wheel thrown pottery), Karen Oliver (paper collage), Dana Thompson (painting) and Susan Trask (alpaca wool felting).
In addition to our fine art offerings in the Gallery, we’ll also have beautiful art and gift items available outdoors in front of the Gallery and in our tent. Here you will find some fabulous finds under $100 including: small art works, scarves, mugs, matted prints, handmade cards and more. Many items are only available during this one day event!
“Old School, New Twist” – a Featured Artists exhibit by photographer J. Riley Stewart and jewelry artist Dana Jansen
July 2013 Featured Artists
For the month of July, Arts in the Village Gallery presents “Old School, New Twist,” an exciting juxtaposition of nostalgic photographs created by J. Riley Stewart, with elaborate wire-wrapped fossil and mineral pendants created by Dana Jansen.
J. Riley Stewart’s landscapes, often punctuated with architectural ruins, agrarian tools, and other iconic images of rural America, are a romantic expression of man’s influence on nature’s vista. Using “old school” methods like capturing images with a film-based 4×5 view camera combined with traditional film development in his darkroom, J. Riley personally renders each fine art print with inspiring results.
Jewelry artist Dana Jansen uses sterling silver and occasionally copper wire to encase mineral specimens, stones and fossils to produce one-of-a-kind artisanal pendants. Intricate wrapping techniques yield unexpected patterns and designs that embrace the featured stone without the use of solder or glue. Primarily self-taught and inspired by the beauty of nature, Dana’s uniquely beautiful wearable art is truly a new “twist” on traditional jewelry design.
Lost Creek Winery hosts tasting room exhibit featuring artwork by Arts in the Village Gallery artists
June 8 – July 19, 2013
For their Late Spring Art Show, Lost Creek Winery is partnering with Arts in the Village Gallery in Leesburg (http://www.artsinthevillage.com) to present a special exhibit of artwork by Gallery artists in their winery tasting room. The exhibit includes over 30 works for sale in a variety of mediums including art glass, ceramics, collage, copper, painting, pastels, photography, wood and mixed media.
Meet the artists during a free, open to the public reception at the winery tasting room Sunday, June 9th from 2 – 5 p.m. Enjoy wine tastings and a choice of delectable bites.
So come visit the winery and support all the local “flavor”. Tasting room hours are Thursday through Monday, 11:00am to 5:00pm. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Lost Creek Winery, 43277 Spinks Ferry Road, Leesburg, Virginia, 20176, Phone: (703) 443-9836 Website: http://www.lostcreekwinery.com/
“Earth Spirits” – a Featured Artists exhibit by abstract painter Saya Behnam and ceramics artist Melinda Croft
June 2013 Featured Artists
For the month of June, Arts in the Village Gallery presents this month’s Featured Artists exhibit: “Earth Spirits,” a pairing of works by abstract painter Saya Benham and ceramicist Melinda Croft.
Abstract painter Saya Benham’s intuitive painting approach delivers vibrant and whimsical pieces crafted with a range of materials and rendered on canvas and other substrates.
Ceramics artist Melinda Croft’s richly glazed or alternatively matte-finished vessels are inspired by natural organic forms and are simultaneously beautiful and functional.
“Forms and Textures” – a Featured Artists exhibit pairing works by wood artisan Harriet Caffey Maloney and abstract painter Kay Layne
May 2013 Featured Artists
Arts in the Village Gallery presents “Forms and Textures,” a striking pairing of works by wood artisan Harriet Maloney and abstract painter Kay Layne. The exhibit showcases eye catching pieces drawn from the warm colors and shapes of the earth.
Harriet Maloney’s expertly formed wooden bowls, vases, medallions and jewelry are created from local as well as exotic wood from Africa, Australia, Indonesia and South America. She often allows the nature of the wood, its characteristics and flaws, to influence the design of the finished piece. The exceptional color and striations naturally occurring in the wood are enhanced and refined by Harriet’s hand resulting in lovely focal and functional pieces that warm and enhance the surrounding space.
Abstract painter Kay Layne creates textural color-field abstract paintings. Her use of contrasting geometric shapes and lines in a warm color palette are able to generate a simultaneous response of restraint and surrender. Inspired by her years spent in the wide-open and flat plains of the American Southwest, as well as her experience in the field of architecture, Kay simulates planar textured expanses, sparingly populated with dramatic shapes and lines open to interpretation from the unique vantage point of each observer.
This Saturday is the perfect time to ditch the typical dinner date. Going on concurrently with April’s Featured Artist reception at Arts in the Village Gallery, come enjoy a unique opportunity to taste wines from local vineyards while strolling the Village at Leesburg shops with live music this Saturday, April 13, from 4 – 8 pm. There will be 18 participating wineries offering wine tastings at 18 different locations throughout the Village. Register at the fountain to get a map of the participating locations. Not sure what to do with young ones while you are out and about? ATA Elite Martial Arts will be glad to watch over them. From 5 – 7pm ATA Elite Martial Arts is hosting a FREE Kid’s Club Pizza Party so you can further enjoy your experience at the Gallery Reception and Wine Walk. For more details please visit Village at Leesburg and be sure to RSVP at email@example.com today.
Arts in the Village Gallery will be hosting Lost Creek Winery which will be selling wine by the glass, bottles of wine, as well as offering tastings of 4 of their wines for a nominal fee:
- 2012 Vidal Blanc (JUST RELEASED!)
Our 2012 Vidal Blanc is crafted from the French Hybrid grape. It is aged and fermented in stainless steel. Bright yellow-gold and dazzlingly clear, this wine expresses floral aromatics and flavors of exotic passion fruit and slightly caramelized honeysuckle. It pairs well with white meats, especially poultry, and lighter fare.
- Sweet Summer
Sweet Summer is a blend of 75% grape wine and 25% apple cider. This creates a sweet, refreshing patio wine to relax and enjoy. Makes a great white sangria also!
Lost Creek Rose is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chambourcin, Vidal and Chardonnay. Stainless steel fermented, it has cherry on the nose and palate. A great wine for picnics or as a hostess gift. Pairs well with everything and satisfies the red and white drinker.
- 2011 Genesis (JUST RELEASED! Blend = 47% Tannat, 43% Cabernet Franc, 10% Petit Verdot)
We love Tannat’s unique flavor profile, and blended it with longtime Virginia favorite Cabernet Franc to achieve a slightly peppered aroma of stewed red berries and black currant. This earthy, medium bodied blend has a chocolaty velvet essence supported by the firm tannin structure characteristic of Tannat, here bolstered by Petit Verdot. Despite growing challenges in 2011, the Genesis comprises the best of what Virginia wines offer, with the signature Cabernet Franc, the recent distinctive success of Tannat, and the regional promise of Petit Verdot. Sip this with strong, well-matured cheeses, grilled meats, and game; it also balances and complements slightly bitter vegetables (rapini, kale, etc.)
Arts in the Village Gallery Reception and the Village at Leesburg’s Wine Walk is a great way to get out of the house to enjoy the last few hours of your Saturday afternoon or evening, hope to see you there!
Vibrant Geometry – an exhibit of paintings by Evelyn Lopez de Guzman and fused glass creations by David and Dale Barnes
April 2013 Featured Artists
Arts in the Village Gallery presents, “Vibrant Geometry”, an exhibit that showcases the use of color and geometric shapes in the distinctive styles of paintings by Evelyn Lopez de Guzman and fused glass creations by David and Dale Barnes.
The abstract painter Lopez de Guzman presents a series of large format acrylic paintings. Her combined use of forms, textures and rich color becomes a vibrant force, a sensuous presence and an essence within themselves. She strives to keep alive the surface of the canvas without losing its flatness. Glass artists David and Dale Barnes artfully fuse a mix of colored, textured and dichroic glass to create a variety of functional and decorative art pieces and jewelry. Their art glass designs include bold geometric patterns as well as nature inspired scenes. Together the artwork of this month’s Featured Artists’ Barnes and Lopez de Guzman are a delightful fusion of color and line interpreted in two distinct mediums.
Dynamic Vision – an exhibit of photography and fused glass artwork by Amy Dyckovsky & Heather Mansfield
March 2013 Featured Artists:
Arts In The Village Gallery presents “Dynamic Vision”, an exhibit of artwork by this month’s Featured Artists Amy Dyckovsky (www.amydphotoart.com) and Heather Mansfield (www.the-glass-aerie.com). Color, energy and movement are the inspiration for their photography and fused glass art pieces. For photographer Amy Dyckovsky, color, contrast and composition are just the starting points for her images of flora, fauna and other interesting “bits and pieces”. She uses her unique perspective of the world to create vibrant PhotoArt that she prints on aluminum, metallic paper, canvas and other non-traditional surfaces. Heather’s fused glass art ranges from practical to fanciful. Using diverse designs, she creates food-safe tableware, decorative bowls and tiles, as well as earrings and pendants. Most often her work reflects her love of wildlife and horses. Glass color, texture, subject and design combine to make Heather’s art come alive with light and movement.
February 2013 Featured Artist:
Arts In The Village Gallery presents February’s Featured Artist Alice Mullen (http://www.etsy.com/shop/BlueTurtledogDesigns). This exhibit showcases a variety of Alice’s paintings, primarily in oils. With a keen eye and an irreverent attitude, Alice’s work covers a wide and eclectic mix of subjects. With a saturated color palette her more serious figure studies are balanced by a playful exploration of animals and humor. Her still life and landscapes offer the viewer glimpses of an ordinary life, carefully considered. This special exhibit runs through February 27th.
“Art in the Making” Gallery Open House – Saturday February 16, 4:30 – 7:30 pm.
See art made before your eyes as several of our artists work on their creations live during the event. Artists Saya Behnam, Carol Clay-Ward, Karen Oliver, Dana Thompson and February’s Featured Artist – Alice Mullen will each work on a piece of art, offering visitors insights into how their creations are made. During the open house, visitors can also meet some of the other gallery artists, see the Featured Artist exhibit and view the work of our three newest artists, Ann Jordan, Karen Hutchison and Jim Haller, who join the gallery starting this month.
January 2nd – 30th: Arts In The Village Gallery presents January’s featured artist Kevin Bednarz of Double Down Designs (www.doubledowndesigns.net). As featured artist Kevin will have additional artwork on display throughout the month.
Born & raised in upstate NY, Kevin has been drawing since he could hold a pencil. After winning numerous art accolades in high school, Kevin earned a degree in Graphic Design from Buffalo State College. He has been drawing and designing for well over 20 years and his work is in major publications, businesses and residences throughout the country. In 2011 he was named Northern Virginia’s Best Artist of 2011 in Northern Virginia Magazine’s Annual “Best Of” issue.
He paints using a variety of media, always bold and full of contrast. With inspiration from classic artists as well as urban styles, Kevin creates one of a kind pieces that range from fine art to pop culture graffiti.
Thursday, December 13th, 7-8 PM:
River Bend Guitar Duo. This duo consists of two staff members from River Bend Middle School in Sterling: guitar teacher Adam Kossler and principal Ben Lacy. They will be playing classical duets for two guitars.
Friday, December 14th, 7 – 8:30 PM:
Rebecca Kite, vibraphone. Holiday music and light jazz.
Saturday, December 15th, 7 – 8:30 PM:
Rebecca Kite, vibraphone. Holiday music and light jazz.
Sunday, December 16th, 2-3 PM:
Sarengowa Maxwell, cellist from Mongolia, member of Loudoun Symphony will play solo cello music.
Friday, December 21st,
5:00 – 6:00 PM: Andrew Tufano, sings and plays guitar.
6:30-8:30 PM: Guitarist Hart Wells, guitar teacher at Potomac Falls High School will play a variety of classical guitar compositions from various periods.
Saturday, December 22nd
2-3 PM: Cellist Sarengowa Maxwell returns with her cello.
4:30-5:30 PM: Guitarist Marco Sabatini will play classical guitar selections.
7 – 8:30 PM: Rebecca Kite, vibraphone. Holiday music and light jazz.
Sunday, December 23rd, 2-3 PM: Maya and Miroslav LonÄar–daughter and father, will play duets on violin and guitar. Maya is a junior at Potomac Falls High School and Miroslav is guitar teacher at Park View High School.
Friday November 23rd:
Bring the kids and stop by the Village Tree Lighting and decorate ornaments at our Gallery
from 3 – 5 pm.
Saturday November 24th:
Join us at the artists’ reception for the Gallery’s special exhibit “Red”.
Come meet our artists Saturday November 24th from 4:30 – 7:30 pm.
November 17 – December 31: Special Holiday Offer:
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November10- December 31:
Arts In The Village Gallery presents a Special Exhibit: “RED”, featuring works by gallery artists including painting, photography, ceramics, art glass, wood and other mediums; thematically centered on the color red. Historically, the color red has been used in art to represent passion and strong emotions. Our artists have created work to evoke viewers experiences ranging from love to whimsy.
Monster Mash Saturday October 27th
From 3PM to 7PM
Bands, music, candy for the kids etc
WE ( AITV ) will be dressed up, handing out candy and raffling off custom made craft pumpkins by our artists for charity ( art share )
Gallery will be open all day.
Grand Opening (Friday 9/21) , Saturday Ribbon Cutting and Artist’s Demo (9/22):
Please see below photos from our grand opening, ribbon cutting and our artists demos on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday July 14th join us for a block party
Saturday July 14th join us for a block party at The Villages at Leesburg. Even though the gallery is not officially open, we will have our doors open to show you our new space and share with you the plans for the future gallery. Although the block party runs from 3 – 8 pm, our member artists will be at the gallery starting in the morning. You can meet some of our member artists, see the type of artwork that soon will be available for sale in the gallery and enjoy watching artist demonstrations. You can sign up for our mailing list during the event and pick up an application to join the gallery if you are a local artist.