With summer nearing an end and days getting shorter, a new art exhibit in Vienna is focusing on shadows.
Titled “Shadows,” the exhibit opened earlier this week at the Vienna Arts Center (243 Church Street NW, Suite 100 LL).
Lu Cousins, the director of the Vienna Arts Society, told Tysons Reporter that the exhibit will run through October.
Artist Bob Magneson is set to come to a meeting next Thursday (Sept. 12) to demonstrate his application techniques for Impressionistic and post-Impressionistic paintings.
Events at the center are free and open to the public.
The art center is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
Image courtesy Vienna Arts Society
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