Winter and Spring Calendar 2020
June, July, and August 2020
June 17th, 2020 - Ocean Breeze presents a celebration of Summer at its best! This ten week exhibition for the months of June, July and August features the newest paintings by Gerald Hennesy and Lee Mothes. The exhibit offers viewers four different mediums from which to choose: oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, watercolors on paper and drawings in graphite on paper. As to subject matter, the exhibition features the power of the surf to soothe and calm or delight with the action of breaking waves--all wonderful ways to experience the joy of blue skies and warm weather. Gerald Hennesy’s powerful wave paintings and quiet dune scapes will make you long for the seaside while Lee Mothes's majestic curled tubes will cue the soundtrack to “Wipe Out” or “Hawaii 5-O!!!” as you thrill to his meticulous renderings of sea and sand. The exhibition opened on June 17th and continues through the end of August.
March, April, and May 2020
March 14th, 2020 — Spring Bouquet show features three local artists. Each uses a different medium in their floral paintings and expresses color in their own unique way. Margaret Farr uses the medium of watercolor on paper to render her sometimes delicate, sometimes bold floral and botanical compositions. Cathleen Lawless turns to oil on canvas to convey her delight in the new season while Carolyn Marshall Wright chooses water based media to convey the energy of Spring. The exhibit will begin on March 4th and continue through Sunday, March 29th. There will be a reception for the artists on Saturday, March 14th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
February 2nd, 2020 — Abstract by Design with Mark Dassoulas geometric abstract oil on panel paintings and Richard Binder stainless steel sculptures on exhibit for the month.
January 11th, 2020 — Winter Landscapes with Gerald Hennesy oil paintings on exhibit of snowy creeks and hill top vistas of local scenes of both Loudoun and Fauquier counties featuring scenes of Goose Creek and the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.