The Lake Barcroft Art League (LBAL)
Organized as a social forum for Lake Artists to meet on a monthly basis to share their art with other artists in the community. Each month several artists present and discuss their recent work. Future plans for the League include organizing exhibitions and sales for LB artists. All Lake Barcroft artists and artisans are encouraged to join. For more information on LBAL, contact Jenny Talati, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Artist Talk & Reception
Location: Crossroads Gallery
Reflections, an exhibition of artworks by members of the Lake Barcroft Art League, will run from March 5 to April 19 in the Crossroads Gallery at Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads (GHBC), 3440 S. Jefferson St., Falls Church, VA.
The Lake Barcroft Art League was formed two years ago for artists living in the Lake Barcroft community to provide them with venues for displaying their art. Many of these artists have shown their work in galleries all over the United States and have had extensive art training. We are honored to have them exhibiting in the Crossroads Gallery.
Each of the 18 members of the League will participate in the exhibition. Often their works reflect their experience living by the beautiful lake. The art media represented in this show include watercolor, acrylics, pastels, oil paints, colored pencil, clay, fiber, beads, photography, and mixed media. Styles range from representational to highly abstract. Everyone can find something to appreciate in this diverse collection.
Artists exhibiting in this show are: M.L. Lea Bellas, Chica Brunsvold, Susan Ellis, Susan H. Flanders, Nancy Garcia, David Goldstein, Larry Golfer, Noreene Janus, Debra M. Lee, Carol Lopatin, Mary Lark Lovering, George McLennan, Deenie McKay, Randa Mendenhall, Helen Power, Bobbi Pratte, Suzanne Schneider, and William Wasylyk.
An Artist Talk and Reception will be held in the Auditorium at GHBC on Sunday, March 15, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Each of the participating artists will have an opportunity to talk about their work. A reception following the talk will be held in the Atrium. The public is invited to attend.