George Williams

George Williams Almost all my art classes were at Art League School, Alexandria, VA.  I started in 1980,   4 years charcoal, 4 years pastel, 12 years oil.   In 2000  I switched to watercolor and now include a few acrylics.  I get a lot of help from Youtube.  I am very pleased to be a member of Vienna Art Society.  I like the […]

Terry Svat

Terry Svat Terry Svat Artist Statement: Recently I was selected to be a part of the prestigious Columbia University’s Art Cart program where my work was catalogued and saved in their archives and some pieces were selected for exhibition this past year in the Katzen Center Museum. In addition, my works are included in Museum […]

Grace Rooney

Grace Rooney Grace Rooney I have loved art from the time I was a child. I graduated from the Pittsburgh Art Institute and went on to work as an artist for Hallmark Cards in Kansas City Missouri. After moving to Cleveland Ohio, I became the program director for American Greeting Cards. Moving to Virginia my […]

Jan Ponder

Jan Ponder Jan Ponder, Encaustic & Pastel Artist You’re never too old to enhance your life with art. I was 73 when I fell in love with photography and all it’s aspects and for 7 years I went on field trips and took workshops and entered competitions. Three years ago I discovered something new, Encaustics. […]

Alejandra Pineiro

Alejandra Piñeiro “Painting is an outlet to explore feelings we have trapped inside ourselves.” Some of the elements involved in my paintings are nostalgia, wonder, awe, and spirituality, which are symbolized through the effects of light. My paintings are a combination of these elements and the strong feelings and emotions felt while observing nature during […]