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The Art League Gallery

The Art League gallery is a non-profit membership organization that provides exhibiting artist members with the opportunity to have their work judged by esteemed arts professionals, and to compete to exhibit their work in one of Washington’s largest art galleries.

The gallery hosts monthly juried shows, solo artist exhibits, student/faculty shows, and special exhibitions and fundraisers. Exhibiting artist membership is open to all.

Margaret Cerutti "Casting Light"

November 13 – November 30

Gallery at a Glance

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The Art League Gallery

105 N. Union St., Alexandria, VA
Studio 21
703-683-1780

Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm
Thursday: 10 am – 9 pm
Sunday: Noon – 6 pm

The Torpedo Factory may close at 5:00 pm for events.
Please check Today’s Hours to see if this affects your visit.

Something wonderful for everyone. Fabulous gallery -a new exhibition every month. Small works and unframed art priced to fit any budget and classes to feed your creative side. Has it all!

Charlene N., Facebook Fan

Exhibiting Artist Membership at The Art League gallery is open to all artists who wish to participage in Art League exhibits.

For this installment of “Art Bites,” we look into the diptych of America Remembers/The Lives by Hernán Murno in the July open exhibit. Murno’s strong, graphic lines are reminiscent of early American Abstraction art of the 1940s. American Abstractionist work rose from a time of political unrest in response to WWII, and looking at Murno’s piece, you have the feeling that the aesthetic choice was not only inspired by the abstract movement but also reflective of today’s unique political tensions.

Give the gift of art!

A gift card can be used for any purchase at The Art League Gallery, School, or Store, including: classes & workshops, original art, artist membership, travel workshops, and art supplies.