The McLean Project for the Arts will unveil its latest exhibition on Thursday (Dec. 5).
The latest set of art will feature Eve Stockton with “Origin Stories” in the Emerson Gallery and “Replay and Reshuffle” by Kyujin Lee in the Atrium Gallery, which are both located at the McLean Community Center.
The works will be available for public viewing beginning Thursday at a reception from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Avenue). Attendees may RSVP if they wish to attend the opening event.
Born in Ohio and now an Alexandria resident, Stockton is known for her wooden prints and stone sculptures, while Lee chooses paint as a primary medium, according to the events page.
“Her prints are nature/science-based and have been exhibited at the National Academy of Science,” according to her website.
Lee was born in South Korea and is now based in D.C. Lee’s works have been displayed across the country, according to the artist’s website.
“Lee draws on the world of fairy tale to compose paintings exploring dreams, identity and personal transformation,” according to a press release from MPA.
Admission to the gallery is free, and the works will be on display until Feb. 29, 2020.
Images courtesy McLean Project for the Arts
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