Watercolor and Pastel Artists at CHAW
Tara Hamilton and Eileen Leahy each had a piece selected in the small works/BIG IMPACT National Juried Exhibition at the Gallery Underground. The juror was Nar Steel, a miniaturist and former local gallery owner.
The show invited entries in any media and on any subject or theme. But there was a catch: The art had to be no more than 12″ in any dimension.
Eileen’s terra cotta sculpture won an Honorable Mention award in the show. Way to go, Eileen!
Tara’s work in the show is a watercolor painting of creek scene in southern Maryland:
Gallery Underground is in the Crystal City section of Arlington, VA, in a ground floor shopping area. It’s right at the Crystal City Metro, and free indoor parking is available on Saturday and after 4 on weekdays. The show runs until May 26.
Stop by and check out this exhibit of small pieces of art.