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Fall Focus Exhibition - Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE)
2011 Fall Focus Exhibitions
Featuring works by Heidi Fowler, Sheep Jones, Novae Trump, and Millicent Young.
Constructing Haiku, by Heidi Fowler, is an exhibition of finely crafted paintings and mixed media works made with recycled materials inspired by the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.
Hidden Worlds is a collaborative exhibition, by painter Sheep Jones and sculptor Novie Trump, based on their common interest in exploring issues related to the world of bees and other winged insects they find nature’s secrets though investigating honeycombs, nests, and roots.
Vehicles and Vessels is an exhibition by sculptor, Millicent Young. The exhibition comprises of six beautifully crafted, sensitive pieces that transport the viewer into a place beyond knowing.
Free and Open to the Public. Exhibit through December 23
More About Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE)
Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) has been supporting artists and art programs since 1974. The 501(c) (3) non-profit arts center moved to a modern gallery space at Reston Town Center in 2005 where it showcases rotating exhibitions, educational programs for all ages, and special events. The organization sponsors numerous outreach programs in area schools including the parent-led enrichment program, GRACEart (Art in the Schools) and "Emerging Visions" a professional exhibition for area high school students. It partners with community groups that support appreciation for the visual arts and produces the critically acclaimed Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival. The gallery space is a popular spot for special events and community functions. Visit the GRACE Web site to find out more about upcoming arts events. www.restonarts.org
Other events here
- Family Weekend Workshop with Julia Bloom - Greater Reston Arts Center Sat, Jun 1, 10:00 am–12:00 pm
- Super Studio - Greater Reston Arts Center Mon, Jun 3, 3:30 pm–5:00 pm
- TGIF: Free Friday - Greater Reston Arts Center February 1, 2013 / April 12, 2013 / June 7, 2013, 5:00 pm–7:00 pm