Leaving a Good Impression

The ever-changing sprawl that is Tysons is unique in its current condition, as it’s caught mid-evolution. In the past 30 years, Tysons has gone from rustic farmland to pressing against the outer limits of suburbia. So what sort of [...]

Calendar Girl

Art has always been an important part of Anne Lewis’s life—whether creating junk sculptures as a child or working as an art therapist with medically fragile children. Thinking back, she can’t even think of a time when art didn’t [...]

Popademic Hits Virginia

Take a trip down to the Oakton Wine Shop and you’ll notice something very different about this particular store that sets it apart from all others. In addition to its amazing selection of wines and beers from around the [...]

Some of Your Beeswax

The McLean Project for the Arts will exhibit a retrospective of the works of Richmond-based artist Susanne K. Arnold, Sep. 12 through Nov. 2, welcoming home the former McLean resident. “MPA is very interested in highlighting the work of [...]

More Than a Pretty Picture

Lillis Werder lets her photographs speak for themselves. Whether an image of an ancient castle in the Irish countryside or a gritty street performer in New Orleans’ French Quarter, each of her pictures is taken with a purpose and [...]

Dance to the Music & Art

Some artists listen to music while they paint to keep their heads clear, but for McLean’s own Christine Walters, music isn’t just an inspiration, but a part of her artistic process. Walters is a performance artist who paints while [...]

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