CURRENT SHOW: March 1-31, 2019, 11-7 daily – Opening Reception: Friday, March 8, 5-8pm

“Retrospective: Works by Marina Troy” Art Exhibit in Overlook Gallery AT GALLERY CLARENDON

During March, the Arlington Artists Alliance is proud to present “Retrospective,” a solo show of works from Marina Troy in our Overlook Gallery. Marina’s paintings are inner expressions of childhood beaches and bare mountains. Marina’s work is executed in acrylic, with her own technique of paint applied in wide strokes with expired credit cards, edited with various brushes. Uniquely Mediterranean, her impressions take her to a place of peace and joy and she hopes they will speak to her audience, in their own individual language.

Free and open to the public.

Gallery Clarendon in North Arlington, VA, opened in June 2018 and promotes work by established and emerging regional artists in all visual media. Shows change each month at Gallery Clarendon and Opening Receptions are held on the second Friday of each month, free and open to all.  Located in the Clarendon neighborhood, this popup art space showcases local art, offers classes, hosts events and manages on-site professional artist studios.

The Arlington Artists Alliance also offers to the community both day and evening art classes at this location in a variety of media for all ages. Of additional interest are Studios Clarendon  on the second floor of Gallery Clarendon. Open to the public during normal Gallery hours, these artists’ displays provide an intriguing destination for area residents and visitors.

For more information please check or call 571-312-7813.

Gallery Hours: M-F 11:00 am – 7:00 pm daily. Metro accessible. Parking is available in metered spots on nearby streets and in adjacent public garages.

GALLERY CLARENDON is located at 2800 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201 (at Fillmore Street).

The Arlington Artists Alliance is supported in part by Arlington County through the Arlington Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Commission for the Arts, and in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additionally, Gallery Clarendon and Studios Clarendon are supported by Regency Centers/Market Common.