Arlington, VA

Start Your New Art Year With “Signs Of The Times” At Gallery Clarendon

This Community Post was written by Arlington Artists Alliance and underwritten by Washington Workplace.

During January, the Arlington Artists Alliance proudly presents the national juried show “Signs of the Times” at Gallery Clarendon. Works have been drawn from across the country for this show and interpret signs of our times in various ways: real or imagined, literal or figurative, positive or negative.

Art styles range from traditional to conceptual, in two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that address, question, protest and celebrate our changing and diverse world. This show is juried by Bev Ryan, local artist and instructor at the Art League.

Many of her own installations are reflective of the show’s theme making her an ideal choice as jurist. This exhibition runs from January 5 -31, 2019 with the Opening Reception on Friday, January 11 from 5-8 p.m. Arlington Artists Alliance is a 200-member nonprofit organization that creates and promotes local art to enrich the Arlington community.

Our two art galleries in the area showcase the work of established and emerging regional artists: Gallery Clarendon at 2800 Clarendon Blvd. (at Fillmore St.) in Arlington (just voted “Best Place to Buy Local Art” by Arlington Magazine readers for 2019) and Gallery Underground in the Crystal City Shops at 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington, Va 22202.

For more information about this event, visit or call 571-312-7813. Free and open to the public.

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