Art League Exhibits

The Art League Gallery opens a new juried group exhibit every month, and solo artist exhibits nine times a year. (Members also exhibit framed and unframed work in our Bin Gallery.) We post photos, videos, and behind-the-scenes news from our exhibits here.

For gallery hours and info on current exhibits, visit the Gallery home page.

Q&A with Award Winner Sandy LeBrun-Evans

The January All-Media exhibit in The Art League Gallery includes a wide variety of great works of art by Art League members in all media — you can see for yourself on our flickr page or by dropping by the gallery, open seven days a week. Juror Allen Beland, a photographer, chose this month’s Read more →

2012 Solo Preview

This month’s exhibit in the solo show room of The Art League Gallery is a first — it’s a preview of the nine artists who will have solo shows this year. Like the shows themselves, the 2012 Solo Preview encompasses a wide variety of artwork: both the photorealistic, in-your-face colored pencil work by Suzanne Read more →

The Show Must Go Up

Midday snow flurries in Alexandria coincided with a flurry of activity in The Art League Gallery, where jurying was taking place for the January All-Media exhibit. Ever wondered how the artwork is delivered, chosen, and hung for each show? It’s an involved process which, thanks to the help of gallery volunteers, only takes a Read more →

March Exhibit: “Play”

From March 7 to April 7, The Art League Gallery will be exhibiting a different kind of show. Below, the prospectus for “Play,” a juried show of interactive art and a first for The Art League. Play A Juried Exhibit of Interactive Art March  7 – April 7, 2012 Juror – Judy Bass In Read more →

If This Wall Could Talk

The Art League Gallery underwent a minor beautification procedure today after years of nails finally took their toll on one section of wall. One might say it suffered for its art: Nail holes from month after month of successive exhibits turned the drywall into Swiss cheese, rendering it unsuitable for hanging and necessitating repairs Read more →

Q&A with Creativity Award Winner Samuel Miller

On Thursday we brought you an interview with Margaret Huddy, who won the Carol Zakaski Memorial Award for best watercolor in this month’s all-media show. The other award winner this month was Samuel Miller, whose unique sculpture — or three-dimensional still life — won the Adam Wishnow Memorial Award for Creativity and Innovation. Samuel Read more →