Saturday, October 29, 2011

PAST: ART: Annual Small Works Exhibit" and "What Art to Wear" at The Art League in Old Town, Alexandria, Now - MON, Dec 5th, Free

Last Chance to see the "Annual Small Works Exhibit" at The Art League in Old Town, Alexandria
On view Wednesday, November 9th - Monday, December 5th

This annual Small Works exhibit features some of the best works by Art League members in all media, packs a lot of talent into one gallery. Works are restricted in size but not in subject matter, skill, or wow factor. The pieces in this exhibit, popular with holiday gift-givers and arts appreciators, were selected by by Jordan Faye Block. Pictured: ''Haley'' by Wendy Donahoe.

Also, Last Chance to see "What Art to Wear"
On view Wednesday, November 9th - Monday, December 5th

Wearable art, also known as "art to wear," refers to individually designed pieces of hand-made clothing or jewelry or other adornments created as fine or expressive art. Not all garments created as wearable art must be made from traditional fibers or fabrics, and not all such artworks need to be intended for ordinary, practical use. This juried exhibit may feature art made with clay, fiber, glass, metal, paper, wood, or any combination of these.

The Art League
105 North Union St - Alexandria, VA
Metro: King St and take the free trolley down to the Waterfront or take any bus down King St

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