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Local Scenes by Local Artists, January in the Bin Gallery

Art League Gallery Local DC Scenes

This month in the Bin Gallery at The Art League, we have a special wall dedicated to Local Scenes — paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs of DC and Alexandria-area sights. We asked our Bin Gallery artists to bring in their cherry blossoms, their Old Town Alexandria, their monuments, their Rock Creek Park, and more, to coincide with January’s inauguration festivities.

The Bin Gallery is a great place to find affordable work by recognized artists. To display work in the Bin Gallery, an artist must have had work juried into three or more exhibits in the past year. There are dozens and dozens of pieces for sale, both framed and unframed — our local scenes bin is restocked with iconic DC scenes, too.

Whether you’re visiting or living here, it’s a great opportunity to take home something handmade and uniquely DC!

Elephants and donkeys painting
“Shall We Dance,” oil pastel and watercolor, by Elizabeth Loftis. (Click here to read our recent Q&A with the artist.)
Capitol dome watercolor
“Tan Capitol,” watercolor, by Web Bryant. (Click here to read our recent Q&A with the artist.)

More photos below!

Unframed pieces in the Local Scenes bin include these scenes of Alexandria's Jones Point Lighthouse and the National Mall.
Unframed pieces in the Local Scenes bin include these scenes of Alexandria’s Jones Point Lighthouse and the National Mall.

More framed pieces from the Local Scenes wall in the Bin Gallery.

More framed pieces from the Local Scenes wall in the Bin Gallery.

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