Several artists with an eco-friendly focus are featured in “Enviro Art,” a new Falls Church Arts show of art that’s been formed from nature or rescued from the waste stream.
The show is on display now, and an opening reception with free refreshments will be held this Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at ArtSpace Falls Church, 410 S. Maple Ave. “Enviro Art” will be on display through May 8 at ArtSpace Falls Church.
The curator for this show is Teddy Wiant, an environmental artist himself. Teachers at Falls Church City Public Schools, Marc Robarge and John Ballou, are among the artists who’ve entered the show.
Artwork entered into the show includes items made from wood, packing materials, found objects, fabrics, pallets, clothing, and even a truck tire.
For more information, visit fallschurcharts.org.