Unexpected Landscapes: Now–January 19, 2020
This exhibition explores artworks created by artists who have reinterpreted traditional representations of landscapes in unexpected ways. Showcasing 39 works by 33 Shenandoah Valley artists, the works seen here urge the viewer to consider new perspectives or characteristics within the landscape that they otherwise might overlook. By approaching the idea of landscape from differing viewpoints and with current techniques, the artists featured here offer insights into the long-standing tradition, while revealing to the viewer the possibilities of looking at the world with fresh eyes.
Art in the Halls is organized in partnership with the Shenandoah Arts Council. If you’re a Valley artist who is interested in having your work featured in our Art in the Halls program, please send a biography, an artist's statement, and a few sample images of your work to Cory Garman, MSV director of exhibitions, 540-662-1473, ext. 203.