George Jacob

George Jacob Watercolor painting has been my passion ever since my childhood. Opportunity to represent the world around us using colors always attracted me. and three daughters. I am mostly a self taught artist though have been trained by some best teachers. Many say that watercolor is a difficult medium to master and its unforgiving. […]

Jeffrey Gorrell

Jeffrey Gorrell Jeffrey Gorrell I began painting about 24 years ago, first in watercolor and then oils and acrylics. In the last 8 years I have painted mostly with watercolor on synthetic paper, called Yupo, focusing mostly on landscapes and non-objective abstracts. I am a member of the Vienna Arts Society and the Potomac Valley […]

Ray Goodrow

Ray Goodrow Ray Goodrow Ray Goodrow is a watercolorist and strives to capture movement and spontaneity in his work. His developing personal style reflects the uniqueness of the watercolor medium and its endless possibilities for creative accidents and colorful explosions. With a background in Architecture and Historic Preservation his subject matter often reflects both an […]

Rosemary Gallick

Artist Statement of Rosemary Gallick As a child growing up in the bleak hills of the steel town of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I sought inspiration with paper, pencil and found joy in a treasure box called Crayola! Small jars of tempera paint opened other venues of the imagination. Once the magic of creating figures began, I […]

Anita Epstein

Anita K. Epstein Ms. Epstein began painting with watercolors in 1980 when she enrolled in the George Washington University Art Therapy Program. Bernard Levy, the director of the program, required all art therapy students to enroll in a fine arts class. Dr. Levy taught watercolor classes at the Washington DC Recreation Center and Ms. Epstein […]

Ruth Ensley

Ruth Ensley Ruth graduated from Fairleigh Dickenson University in 1965 with a Bachelor in Fine Arts majoring in Art and a certification to teach Art K through 12. During that time she also attended the Cleveland Institute of Art in Cleveland, Ohio and Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ruth taught Art for three years in […]

Hanna Emrich

Hanna Emrich Abstract Expressionism in Mixed Media and Collage After oil painting for 37 years, I switched to mixed media and collage. The use of textured and magazine papers, pastels, acrylic paints and found objects offers exponentially broader design possibilities and inspiration. The pieces in my work create rhythms and relationships that take on a […]

Patricia Deege

Patricia Deege Born in Singapore, grew up in England and loved photography from an early age– Patricia began serious work in this medium after retirement.  A member of several area clubs dedicated to the arts, Vienna Photographic Society, Northern Virginia Photographic Society, League of Reston Artists, the Art League and Vienna Arts Society; Patricia’s work […]

Leo Deege

Leo Deege Painting has been a lifelong hobby. I studied painting with some of the best local artists including Danny Dawson, Rick Weaver and Rob Liberace. I am also a graduate of Nelson Shank’s advanced painting course. Most of my landscape paintings have been done on location and I have done several portrait commissions of […]

Davi D’Agostino

Davi D’Agostino I began drawing and painting as a child and continued through my graduate studies.  After following a completely different career path for the next 33 years, I retired and began taking studio and oil painting classes at Virginia’s Lorton Arts Center and then privately. I studied with Suzanne Clark, Diane Frykman, Marni Maree, […]