There will be lots of original work in a range of prices, sizes, and styles—hand-painted cards, table top art for use and display, affordable originals, matted and ready for framing, and paintings framed for hanging. Wall artists include water media, oil, pastel, and mixed media painters. The show and sale opens Friday, May 1, 2009, 6pm - 9pm, with a meet-the-artists reception, light refreshments, and music by blues guitarist Tommy Peters. The show and sale continues on Saturday, May 2, 10am - 6pm.I hope to attend and provide a follow-up report. But don't read and see what you've missed, go there yourself!
Update: If you didn't make this show, you missed an opportunity to buy a unique Mother's Day gift.
I especially liked Lieve De Wulf's ceramics. Quiet, elegant forms, quite reasonably priced. Look for them at future Arlington Artists Alliance shows.