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Potomac River Regional Art Show
Potomac River Regional Art Show with 70 pieces of art by various artists. The show was recently judged by Beverly Ryan who awarded prizes in Fine Arts, Photography, 3D and a best in Show at our opening last Friday. We will be announcing a People’s Choice award when the show closes on August 27th. Come and see the artwork and vote for your favorite! Located at 22 Washington Ave.
Coldwell Banker Elite Real Estate - This is a new exhibit featuring 27 pieces of art by different artists with works in oils, pastels, watercolor, and photography.
The Potomac River Fisheries: Bill Bolin works primarily in watercolors of wildlife. He is a self-taught artist having won numerous “Best in Show” awards and has been featured in Southern Living and Virginia Wildlife magazines. Find out more about Bill’s art at: http://billbolinwatercolors.com.
Dockside Reality: The work of George Kochov is on exhibit. He paints in oils with rich textures and plays with light to produce trompe l’oeil effects. The artist’s surreal qualities and abstract forms engage the viewer with subtle planar shifts and jewel-toned color. Born in Bulgaria, Mr. Kochev now resides in Chantilly, Virginia. He was awarded the Strauss Fellowship, Fairfax Council for the Arts in 2009. He has exhibited in Cyprus and at the International Visions Gallery.
JarrettThor Fine Arts Gallery - Beverly Ryan paints colorful, expressive abstract and figurative paintings in oil or encaustic (beeswax and pigment). She works intuitively, often taking a small germ of an idea through a discovery phase via trusted creative processes. Her most recent work focuses on drones, surveillance and environment. Beverly's studio is in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, and she teaches painting at The Art League School. She has judged competitive shows, including the current Potomac River Regional Art Show sponsored by the Colonial Beach Artists Guild. Beverly studied at the Corcoran School of Art and Design and recently retired as an Adjunct Professor of Art at Montgomery College.
Visions by Shirl enjoy a wide variety of art forms large and small. New works will be available from Shirl's regular guest artists/crafters.
Chamber of Commerce Eric Nelson is the featured artist. He started focusing on his artwork in his late 40s. Now, after more than 10 years, he has sold around 500 paintings. Eric’s medium is translucent acrylic used to paint on reflective mylar making his paintings very bold and colorful. Eric’s compositions tend to highlight nature's color-filled beauty and other vibrantly colored subjects.