Art Exhibits on Campus

Art Gallery Enterprise Hall, First Floor

GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus hosts art exhibits in several gallery areas on Campus. The exhibits are open to the public and feature local prominent artists, local art clubs, and student artwork.

For more information about current exhibits contact the Office of Corporate and Community Relations at (571) 553-5002.

Fearless Flying in 2016!
Paintings and Wall Hangings by Marian Osher, MFA '72

On display Sept. 12, 2016 - Jan. 5, 2017

By Marian Osher, MFA '72
Airescape3 by Marian Osher, ©2010, mixed media acrylic painting, 30"x40."

On 9/11, Marian Osher's flight from Amsterdam to the US was detoured to Halifax, Canada. She was afraid to fly for three years. Her in-flight fascination with the textures and abstractions of the earth and clouds inspired her to create colorful mixed-media paintings and wall hangings that helped her to overcome her fear of flying. Fearless Flying in 2016! coincides with the commemoration of the 15th year since the tragedy of 9/11. More info.

Traveling at the Speed of Light
Photographs by Lillis Werder

On display Sept. 12, 2016 - Jan. 5, 2017

Photograph by Lillis Werder
Prague Subway, photograph by Lillis Werder.

Lillis Werder continuously searches for the light in her images in order to capture the changing tones of the day or to illuminate her subjects in intriguing ways. She travels to romantic and rustic destinations with a goal to encourage others to travel and uncover the details which often go unnoticed in our rapid-fire world. Europe is her favorite destination, and in particular, Italy, although she has found majestic historic icons, and rich, ideological and political history in her own surroundings of Washington, DC. Lillis hopes her images will transport others to these destinations as she breathes new life into everyday scenes. More info.

Ode To Eisenhower
By Elaine Nunnally

On display  May 18 - Sept. 5, 2016

By Elaine Nunnally
"Coming Around Into the Blue" by Elaine Nunnally, painting

Recent Works
Paintings by Dean Taylor Drewyer

On display May 18 - Sept. 5, 2016

By Dean Taylor Drewyer
Wave Break by Dean Taylor Drewyer, painting

Creatures of Imagination
Paintings by Steve Loya

Summer 2016 exhibit

Splotch Monster by Steve Loya
Splotch Monster, Painting by Steve Loya

Student Artwork from Loudoun County Public Schools on Exhibit

Approximately 65 pieces of 2-D artwork by students from Eagle Ridge Middle School and Briar Woods High School is currently on display at the University. This is part of an on-going partnership with the art education office in Loudoun County Public Schools. Limited pieces of student artwork are selected by the art teachers at each participating school and displayed on Campus. The exhibits change throughout the year and allow different schools to participate. The exhibit is open to the public through May 20, 2016 at Exploration Hall, 20101 Academic Way, Room 121, Ashburn, VA 20147. Please contact building security at 571-553-8368 to confirm access before visiting.

Art Partnerships

Loudoun County Public Schools