“China Doll” Awarded Second Place at Juried FCA “ISMs” Show

On Thursday, March 15, I joined fellow local artists at a reception in Falls Church, Virginia for Falls Church Arts’ “ISMs” show. This juried exhibition invited artists to submit up to two pieces of work that demonstrate a particular “ism.” Works were extremely varied but “surrealism” was well represented. The exhibit was juried by Mark Robarge and installed in FCA’s gallery, ArtSpace. I had two pieces juried into the show, “Reach” and “China Doll.” “China Doll” was awarded second place.

Falls Church Arts (FCA) is a 501(c)3, nonprofit, community arts organization that promotes the visual, performing, literary, and applied arts. The mission of Falls Church Arts is to ensure that the arts are an essential part of the cultural environment of the city of Falls Church. To achieve this end, the FCA will conceive, develop and implement programs to foster the visual, performing, literary, and applied arts. To learn more, visit fallschurcharts.org.

Some images from the opening reception:

Juror Mark Robarge introduces each piece.
"China Doll" is awarded second place. (Emily Hoxworth with Mark Robarge)
Attendees of the opening with "Reach."

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