"Reflection" by Jill Evans-Kavaldjian — A New Exhibit at a Brand New artWorks Venue

Bonnie Archer had to do a little sleuthing, but she persevered and found Jill Evans-Kavaldjian's work on her Facebook page, and sent her a message. Would she be interested in exhibiting her work? Evans-Kavaldjian, an artist who works in several media (and is currently President of the LAC) was delighted. The resulting exhibit will be on display from June 14th through the end of August, and the public is invited to meet the artist at a special reception on Sunday, June 24th from 3pm to 5pm at the newest artWorks venue, Zephaniah Farm Vineyard, south of Leesburg.

Old Ox Brewery Displays New artWorks Exhibit, "With abandon"

Photographer Samantha S. Marshall captures the beauty in abandoned spaces in a new artWorks exhibit, "With abandon." Marshall highlights deserted hallways, hidden caverns and uninhabited rooms through vibrant color and natural light. Marshall's haunting images are on display at Old Ox Brewery through the end of August. Meet the artist at a special reception on Friday, June 15th at 7pm.

New artWorks Exhibit is a “Paradise Found” at StageCoach Theatre

Painter Charlotte B. DeMolay dives into deep sea blues and vivid pinks in her show “Paradise Found,” artWorks newest exhibit at StageCoach Theatre. Sightsee DeMolay’s coastal paradise at StageCoach Theatre through the end of July. Meet the artist at a special reception on Friday, June 8th at 5:30pm.

Loudoun Community Supports Talented Teens

Community leaders in business and the arts worked together with the Loudoun Arts Council this spring to restart the LAC's teen awards program, renamed the Gale Waldron Excellence in the Arts Awards. Dozens of talented young people submitted work for the competition in eight arts categories. Winners presented their award winning work at a special showcase on May 5th at StageCoach Theatre in Ashburn. The Loudoun Arts Council gives a heartfelt "thank you" all who made this event possible.

Loudoun Arts Council Congratulates 2018 Winners of the Gale Waldron Excellence in the Arts Awards

After a ten-year hiatus, the Loudoun Arts Council has revived its Excellence in the Arts awards program for teens in the visual, literary, and performing arts. Students in grades 10 to 12 competed in this year’s program, and 15 students received awards totalling $5,750. Their accomplishments will be honored at a special free reception and showcase at StageCoach Theatre in Ashburn on May 5th.

"Suspend," A new artWorks Exhibit at Visit Loudoun

Terri Parent uses her striking photographs as a new language to describe the world. Her arresting images will be on display in the Visit Loudoun Visitors' Center at 112 South Street SE, Leesburg, VA 20175 through June. Meet the artist at a special reception on Friday, June 1st at 6pm.