Alexandria/Mount Vernon Fine Arts: Nov. 8-15

Alexandria/Mount Vernon Fine Arts: Nov. 8-15

<b>New and Upcoming Exhibits

</b>Principle Gallery, 208 King St., presents "Changing Seasons" through Nov. 23. See landscapes by Lynn Boggess. Free. Visit or 703-739-9326.

Art Whino, 717 N. Saint Asaph St., presents the Solo show of Rick Reese and a collaboration featuring 20 new artists. Runs through Dec. 1. Visit for more or 703-462-4135.

Enamelists Gallery Studio 28, 105 N. Union St., presents "Pot Pouri" through Dec. 2. See a variety of art work, such as etching, foils and more. Free. Visit or 703-836-1561.

See the Springfield Art Guild Art Show through Dec. 15 at Godwin House, 4800 Fillmore Ave. All artwork is for sale. Free. Browse through oil, watercolor, photography and more. 703-824-1125.

Scope Gallery Studio 19, 105 N. Union St., presents "Art for the Holidays" from Nov. 26-Dec. 31. Purchase a variety of artwork by one of the members. Free. Visit or 703-548-6288.

<b>Closing: Last Chance

</b> The von Breahler ltd/Gallery presents the works of Yuri Kokoyanin. The Gallery has special interest n Russian-born artist. Kokoyanin paints the mundane in a new light. The exhibit will open Saturday and Sunday Sept. 15 and 16 and it will run until Nov. 11. The Gallery is located at 1437 Powhatan St. Contact Bob Murray at 703-798-8686 for more information.

<b>Ongoing Exhibits

</b>See "Musical Notes" through Nov. 18 at Potomac Craftsmen Fiber Gallery Studio 18, in the Torpedo Factory, 105 N. Union St. Free. Visit or 703-838-4565.

The Del Ray Artisans present "Del Ray Dozen Invitational Photography Show" through Nov. 26 at the Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Ave. Free. Visit or 703-838-4827.

Target Gallery, 105 N. Union St., presents "Sweet Struggle" by Andrea Reed through Dec. 2. She was the winner of the Open Exhibition spot. Free. Visit or 703-838-4565.

Scope Gallery presents "Festive Entertaining" through Nov. 25 in Studio 19 in the Torpedo Factory, 105 N. Union St. Free. Features work by the Ceramic Guild. Visit or 703-838-4565.

The Art League, in Torpedo Factory, 105 N. Union St., presents "Hidden Sky" by Cristy West. Her works will be on display through Dec. 3. Free. Visit or 703-683-1780.

The Art League Gallery, located in the Torpedo Factory, 105 N. Union St., presents "Food for Thought" through Dec. 3. The multimedia exhibit explores the culture of food by many of the members. Free. Visit or 703-683-1780.

Convergence presents the exhibit "Body of Christ" through Dec. 14 at 1801 N. Quaker Lane. Free. Visit for more.

Caroline and Erik Hottenstein will be exhibiting "Jamestown and Olde Virginia," showing illustrations and observations depicting historic views, reconstructed scenes, historic homes, aspects of -daily colonial life, natural history, native Virginia plants and artifacts from the Alexandria Archaelogy Museum. Exhibition on view at the Green Spring Gardens' Historic House, 4603 Green Spring Road, through Dec. 28. Visit or call 703-941-7987 for more information.

"Inspired By the Garden," the Botanical Art Society of the National Capital Region's Annual Juried Exhibition, is being held at Green Spring Gardens Horticultural Center in Alexandria through Dec. 28. Free. In addition to original works, botanical prints and notecards are available for purchase. Visit or 703-642-5173.

The City of Alexandria Commission for the Arts will sponsor a new gallery exhibition at the Beatley Central Library, 5005 Duke St., through Dec. 31. The exhibition features work by painter Marian Van Landingham and sculptor Mirella Monti Belshé. To request a reasonable accommodation or to request materials in an alternative format, call Cheryl Anne Colton at 703-838-6348 (TTY 703.838.4902) or e-mail at

The Alexandria Black History Museum presents "God Has Made a Way in Leesburg" photography exhibit through Dec. 31 at the museum, 902 Wythe St. See images by Big Al Carter, which showcases his family members and their community in Leesburg during the 1970s. Free. Visit or 703-836-4356.

"Salon Eight Presents: an Exhibition of Painting," a new art exhibit featuring landscapes, still life's and an array of botanical subjects will be on display at the American Horticultural Society's River Farm, 7931 East Boulevard Drive, through Jan. 4. The show includes work by eight locally-known artists, working in different media, who share in common the artist's passion for interpreting personal perceptions through expressive choice of color, line, form, composition, and perspective. For information, contact Trish Gibson, Events Manager at River Farm 703-768-5700, ext 1114.

New exhibitions showcasing the works of two artists are on display in the galleries at the Dr. Oswald Durant Memorial Center, 1605 Cameron St., and the City Manager’s Gallery, 301 King St. Acrylic and oil paintings by Nihal Kececi will be on exhibit at the Durant Center through Oct. 31; monotypes and oil on paper by Betsy Anderson will be featured at the City Manager’s Gallery through Jan. 6, 2008. Appointments to view these works can be made during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., by calling 703-838-6348. For more information about the artists and about other programs of the Alexandria Commission for the Arts, visit

See Civil War drawings by soldier, artist, and musician William Lydston, Jr. through March 1, 2008 at Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site, 4301 W. Braddock Road . William Lydston, Jr. was a professional artist who lied about his age to join the Union army. For more information, call 703-838-4848.