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Great Falls Studios Artists Exhibit at the Great Falls Library

Silvia Gonzalez Roman’s photograph captures a corner of “Sion Chapel Door.”

Silvia Gonzalez Roman’s photograph captures a corner of “Sion Chapel Door.”

Mirrors framed in clay, quilts, photographs, oils, water colors, mixed media, abstracts quite large, prints very small and much in between: 36 pieces by 23 artists, including several new to Great Falls Studios (GFS), are on exhibit at the Great Falls Community Library in the Large Community Meeting Room, 9830 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls through June 2013. GFS members, artists working and living in Great Falls, number 113. The village is increasingly known for its cottage industry of artisans working in individual studios and three group studios on scenic roads in Great Falls.

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Bob Gilbert’s “New World Trade Center.”

Cindy Grisdela, member of the board and chair of the GFS Exhibits Committee says, “The Great Falls Studios member show is an opportunity to see the talents of neighbors and friends in our community. From realistic images in photos and paintings to abstract colors studies, there is something for everyone.”

GFS invites all to the artists’ reception at the Great Falls Community Library, Large Community Meeting Room, 9830 Georgetown Pike, Thursday, June 27, 7-9 p.m.

Check out a book and see the show, during regular library hours: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/gf/.