ArtSpace announces opening exhibit

June 18, 2017 by  

ArtSpace, created in 2008 by the Herndon Foundation for the Cultural Arts, is a project generated to bring art awareness to the community. Recently they’ve opened an exhibit showcasing the works of two renowned artists.

Artist Kristine Keller is one of those artists whose love of jazz brings her unique identity to her art much like a company’s logo design is its brand. She uses angles, shapes and color to create her visions. Each piece telling its own story. Known to those around her as ‘Kimikaa’, Keller studied at the University of Michigan. She enjoys bringing movement into her artwork and has worked with the San Francisco Lines Ballet to create murals.

The second artist displaying works at ArtSpace is Robert Gilbert. A frequent traveler who has moved several dozen times, Robert enjoys creating visions of the cities where he has lived and traveled. His heart belongs to Manhattan, a city which is his favorite to capture in his work. His desire is for those viewing his work to become such a part of it, they feel as if they are there.

The artists’ works will be on display through July 8th. Artwork on display will be available for purchase. ArtSpace is located at 750 Center Street. Arts Herndon also offers educational opportunities in art as well as scholarships and grants to artists and small arts organizations.

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