My late father-in-law is the subject of my latest work, “Humfrey,” which will debut in a group show entitled “Likeness/Interpretations of Portraiture” at the Athenaeum in Old Town, Alexandria, VA, from August 9th through September 21st.
From hyperreal to abstract, from traditional media like charcoal and paint, to unexpected media, like epoxy resin, Likeness: Interpretations of Portraiture is an exploration into the mind of regional artists, and how they capture the essence of a person through their art.
Historic, beautiful, intimate, and inviting, the Athenaeum is home to the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association (NVFAA). The NVFAA strives to establish premier arts programs that enrich the cultural life of Northern Virginia and beyond. Whether presenting exhibitions featuring prominent regional artists or performances by top musicians and actors, we invite you to come inside and enjoy the arts in our magnificent building.
Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 12–4 pm and Saturdays from 1–4 pm.
The Athenaeum is closed on holidays. Admission to the gallery is free.