ECO ART opens Thursday, March 7 at 7 pm with presentation by Olivier Giron

The Falls Church Arts ECO ART SHOW juried by OLIVIER GIRON (www.oliviergiron.com) highlights the current of socially engaged art.  The art show is about more than the art on the walls and is designed to raise social consciousness and activism.

This Thursday, Falls Church Arts  will have a special program highlighting environmental issues with a presentation by Olivier Giron  at 7:30 pm.  Olivier’s environmental design training influences his artistic pursuits – pushing and promotion environmental consciousness.  Giron’s work has been highlighted on Voice of America, and ABC News Channel WJLA ( to see these videos go to www.oliviergiron.com/news.html.

 

"Phytoremediation" ECO ART by Olivier Giron currently showing at ART MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAS.

Area visiting artists, William Nell and Karen Spiering are featured as well as works by others include GMHS IB Art Teacher, Marc Robarge. Falls Church Art artists, Jacqlyn Sickler, Paul Levy, John Maier, Shaun VanSteyn, Robert Davidson, Teddy Wiant,  Jennifer Branigan, Antonella Manganelli, Gregory Bryant, Llori Stein,  Jolanta Noska, Victoria Lakes present different visions of their art utilizing trash, elements of our environment,  and photography to create awareness, organic beauty, and visually stimulate consciousness.

All are invited to this free event.  Refreshments will be served.  Program is scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm in the performance area of ArtSpace Falls Church.  Please come, see, learn and be stimulated by this art activist – Olivier Giron, and our many participating artists.

 

 

Photo segment of Artist Marc Robarge sculpture “Family Tree” in ECO ART

William Nell Artist, and his story of “Kool Collection”

Made from wood with crow eyes in Tripps Run Streambed by ARTIST TEDDY WIANT

"Plastic Torso" by eco artist, Jen Driggers

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March 6, 2013 

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