McLean Project for the Arts

Gallery
Through 10/25

Alienweeds: Recent Work by Patterson Clark

Clark, a Washington native, creates layered and delicate prints inspired by postage stamps, feed sacks and currency. At the McLean Community Center.
Through 10/25

Intimate Feasts: Paintings by Sally Kauffman

Kauffman displays her vibrant paintings of groups and meals, on the beach or up close, with varying degrees of clarity. At the McLean Community Center.
Through 10/25

Voyage of Discovery

Artists Michele Banks, Jessica Beels and Ellyn Weiss display their varied works that reflect the artists' responses to the rapid transition in the environment due to climate change. At the McLean Community Center.
11/6 - 12/20

Cheap Heat: New Work by JD Deardourff

The exhibit displays the artist's explosive collaged silk-screen prints that derive their energy from the comic book world. At the McLean Community Center.
11/6 - 12/20

Paintings by Ryan Carr Johnson

Maryland artist Carr Johnson exhibits his paintings that are created by building layer upon layer of paint, one on top of another, so the paintings become evolutionary versions of their original selves. At the McLean Community Center.
11/6 - 12/20

Sculpture by Rachel Rotenberg

Rotenberg exhibits her organic sculptures often made from wood and other natural materials. At the McLean Community Center.
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McLean Project for the Arts also offers art classes for children and adults and a summer camp. The art classes are taught by instructors from the Corcoran School of Art.

The art center is located in the McLean Community Center. The Emerson and Atrium galleries are open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m.