Making New Artwork

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Studio of Washington, DC Artist Leslie Nolan’

In anticipation of the upcoming solo exhibit August 10 through September 17 at the Athenaeum in Old Town Alexandria,VA, working on some new paintings. So far, they’re all about the drip. Is there such a thing as too much? Perhaps, in fact, probably. But, my plan is to push the limits. Many thanks to Gallery Director/curator Twig Murray and the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association for the sponsorship.

Athenaeum
201 Prince Street
Alexandria, Virginia

Opening – August 13 Sunday 4-6 pm
Gallery Talk – September 10 2pm with special guest Dr Erich Keel (former head of Education at the Kreeger Museum)

Visit to Athenaeum’s “Oh, the Joy!”

We dropped in to check out the Athenaeum Gallery Invitational Exhibit today and have lunch at the nearby fabulous Restaurant Eve.  My dancing purple hipster high on the wall makes an impact.  Thanks to Athenaeum Executive Director Kelly Mechling for greeting us and taking photos.  This exciting exhibit remains open at 201 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA through Nov 6.  And, don’t forget my solo exhibit there in August 2017!!

Athenaeum Gallery Invitational Opening

The Athenaeum Gallery Invitational opening proved elegant and lively with friends, fellow artists and art aficionados.  Check out my purple dancing hipster (kudos to my husband for serving as the model for this series) displayed above Anne Marchand’s exciting abstract.  Many thanks to Gallery Director Twig Murray, President Amy Heiden, and sponsors TTR/Sotheby’s International Realty.  On exhibit through November 6 at 201 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA.  nvfaa.orgimg_20160925_165212_959img_20160925_165627_971img_20160925_160933_478

Athenaeum Invitational Exhibition

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Where Now 8 By Washington, DC Figurative Artist Leslie Nolan

See this dancing hipster of mine at the Athenaeum Invitational Exhibition through November 6.  Generously sponsored by TTR/Sotheby’s International Realty, the show opens Sunday, September 25 with a reception from 4-6 and features Megan Beyer, Executive Director for the President’s Council on the Arts and Humanities, awarding prizes.

Twig Murray, Gallery Director of the Athenaeum, conceived and organized this event.  She also scheduled a solo exhibit of my work there for August 2017.  Looking forward to that…