The McLean Project for the Arts’ “Strictly Painting” exhibit returns this weekend for its 12th year.
“We are delighted to once again honor and showcase the astounding wealth of talented painters working in the mid-Atlantic region,” MPA Exhibitions Director Nancy Sausser said in a press release.
This year, gallery visitors can see artwork from 57 artists.
Adah Rose Bitterbaum, the owner and director of the Adah Rose Gallery in Maryland, is the juror for this year’s exhibit.
The exhibit runs from June 8 to July 13 at 1446 Chain Bridge Road.
A free opening reception Saturday (June 8) will take place from 5-7 p.m.
Image via McLean Project for the Arts
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