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"Harbor Lights" by Elise Ritter is just one of the pieces featured in Illuminations.
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"Harbor Lights" by Elise Ritter is just one of the pieces featured in Illuminations.

Mar. 6-28: Illuminations
You can see an exhibit featuring work by Arlington Artists Alliance members Elise Ritter and Linda Maldonado. Illuminations is on view at Gallery Underground in Arlington’s Crystal City Shops through March 28 and features colorful, abstract works in acrylic, watercolor and collage. While you’re there, you can check out a new exhibit in the Main Gallery that includes a variety of media, including sculpture, glass, ceramics, watercolor, and jewelry made by gallery members.

Mar. 6-Apr. 18: The Lobby Project
The Washington Project for the Arts presents The Lobby Project featuring Fawna Xiao. A printmaker, Xiao’s installation “Black Mountains” is an abstract response to black and white photographs of snow-covered mountains. The exhibit is on display at 1200 First Street in Northeast through April 18.

Music: “Black Mountain Side [Instrumental]” by Led Zeppelin

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