Virginia natives, photographer Luke Greer and painter Veron Ennis have returned to Loudoun County, Virginia after working together for over six years in Southwest Florida. They will be presenting a select body of work highlighting each artists’ individual language of landscapes.

The show will be exhibited in Ennis’s new studio, downtown historic Leesburg on South King Street, the street recently voted as most popular tourist destination by Visit Loudoun. Get Directions
Both artists draw inspiration from local landscapes. Where Ennis paints with extreme color contrasts, Greer employs dramatic monochromatic contrasts. Both have a clear appreciation for open perspectives with expansive qualities. “Our local surroundings provide endless subject matter and jumping off points for both of us,” remarks Ennis.

The opening reception will be held on First Friday, April 6th from 5pm-9pm and will be followed by a casual brunch reception on Saturday, April 7th from 11am-2pm.

This event is sponsored by floral event and gardening experts, Petals & Hedges as well as Osborne Events. All are welcome and the artists will be present.
For more about Luke Greer visit his website:
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