A Walk in the Garden
Celebrate Spring at the Gateway Gallery!
Join April's Featured Artists,Tan Armentrout and Liz Cresap
for A Walk In the Garden Artists' Reception;
Sunday, April 26 from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Born in Thailand, Tan moved to Loudoun County to raise her family years ago. She creates her strikingly detailed oil paintings on both canvas and linen. Her artwork is inspired by her love of nature, her farm in Thailand, the gardens at her home here in Virginia, and other gardens in the area, such as Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania.
ABOUT LIZ CRESAP:
Liz creates functional and decorative fused glass plates and bowls, as well as her fun whimsIcal standing fused pieces. Her work often has a flowing nature theme that takes the viewer on a creative journey. Liz has been a glass artist for 29 years — working first in stained glass and evolving to fused glass over the years. A recent transplant to Loudoun County, she has been inspired lately by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the beautiful surrounding countryside, and enjoys incorporating these elements into her work.
Call for Artist-Members
The Gateway Gallery is currently accepting applications for new member-artists. We are especially interested in 2D artwork as well as fiber. However, we are open to an array of mediums. Surprise us! We are located on Route 7 just west of Round Hill, in the Hill High Orchard Building, which we share with the Round Hill Arts Center, Mom's Apple Pie at Hill High, and the Bogati Bodega wine & tapas tasting room.
Members serve on committees to manage the Gallery, work three half-day shifts a month, pay $40/month dues and contribute 20% of monthly sales toward gallery expenses. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a fun group and are looking forward to hearing from you! Learn more or join today!