I love showing my work at local art shows. The openings are a wonderful way to meet other artists and art enthusiasts in the area. Loudoun County is home to many artists who work in a wide variety of mediums, and these shows are a great opportunity to meet up with creative people to exchange ideas, and celebrate each other's successes. It is the end of my show at the Gum Spring Library, but I am looking forward to to packing up other pieces to be delivered to two other upcoming shows.
Middleburg, VA is a beautiful historic town, and is home to many art galleries. The Artists in Middleburg gallery is hosting two shows this month, the Fur and Feather exhibit and the Chaos gallery. Trouble will be a part of the Fur and Feather exhibit in the main gallery, which focuses on animal and bird paintings. In the rear room of the gallery, they always have an exhibit they call the Chaos gallery. This shows local art that does not fit into the theme of the show in the main gallery. This month, Big Pink and Zinnia can be seen in the Chaos exhibit.
The Fall Art at the Mill show is right around the corner. From Oct. 1st through the 16th, the Burwell-Morgan Mill in Millwood, VA will be filled to bursting with local artwork of every style and size. Standing Silent, Breath of Spring and Garden of My Mind will be among the art at the show this fall. Art at the Mill is one of the biggest shows in the area. Twice a year, they fill the walls of this working historic mill with a wide variety of beautiful paintings. It is an art event well worth the trip out to Clarke County.
In between delivering and picking up paintings, I'll be happily painting away on some new things that I can't wait to show you. Until then,