Happy Summer!

We know that art may not be top-of-mind right now and we realize life is pulling you in many different directions. Everyone is feeling the strain of adapting to our current situation. However, I'd argue that NOW is the time to consume art. NOW is the time to surround yourself with music, literature, and the visual arts. Immerse yourself often in these mediums and let artists be your guide on a journey through their life's work and passion. Support artists and small businesses when you're able because they add flavor and interest to life.

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Scroll through to see some astounding new arrivals and click any image to view more of that artist's work. Further down, you'll find show schedules through the end of 2020 at both our Alexandria and Charleston locations. Enjoy!
Jeremy Mann Epiphany 44x33, oil on panel
Joseph Zbukvic Along the Seine 21x14, watercolor on paper
Joseph Zbukvic In the Mounting Yard 21x14, watercolor on paper
Joseph Zbukvic Across the Seine 15x10, watercolor on paper
Larry Preston Dandelions in a Jar 12x12, oil on panel
Larry Preston Pear in a Bag 8x8, oil on aluminum panel
Jacob Pfeiffer Sticks
10x10, graphite on paper
Jacob Pfeiffer Stones
10x10, graphite on paper
Joseph McGurl Stone Pier, Hadley Harbor 18x36, oil on canvas
Geoffrey Johnson Roman Cafe 18x17, oil on panel
Jill Basham & Kim VanDerHoek
From Above
Opening: September 18th
What happens when we look at the familiar from an unexpected point of view? This is the question posed in our upcoming two-person exhibition From Above, and the answer comes to us in the form of 40 entirely new paintings. Inspiration for the exhibit happened by chance when the two artists were both delivering work to the gallery on the same day last year. Not only did their paintings mesh well stylistically, they revealed common interests—a penchant for unusual perspectives, a love of structural shapes, and a fascination with texture.
Jill Basham Filtered Down 30x40, oil on linen
Kim VanDerHoek Tying the Knot 40x30, oil on panel
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Gilbert Gorski
Solo Exhibition Opening: October 16th
Adante 10x48, oil on linen
Animosio 14x16, oil on linen
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Carlos Morago
Solo Exhibition Opening: November 13th
Entrada el Jardin 20x20, oil on wood
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Our Fall Schedule at
Christine Lashley & Kyle Stuckey
Opening: September 4th 5-8pm
Christine Lashley Lowcountry 36x48, oil on linen
Kyle Stuckey Cotton Candy & Cobble Stones 24x24, oil on panel
 International Guild of Realism 
15th Annual Juried Exhibition
Opening: October 2nd 5-8pm
Lesley Thiel Destiny 24x29, oil on panel
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Michele, Clint, Owen, & Leigh

208 King Street
Alexandria,Virginia 22314

Monday: 12-5
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday: 10-6
Friday & Saturday: 10-8