Eight-Week Exhibit Showcases Sterling Students’ Art

Park View High School unveiled its Student Art Exhibit earlier this week.

The exhibit, showcasing Park View students’ art, will be on display through July 8 at the Loudoun County Government Center, 1 Harrison St. SE in Leesburg.

Sterling Supervisor Koran T. Saines (D) said the art work includes “varied and exquisitely complicated pieces” from 18 budding artists, ranging from boldly toned self portraits to shadowy black and white stacked compositions of everyday life.

The exhibit, one of the first of its kind put on at the County Government Center, is organized with the help of the Loudoun County Art Advisory Committee and Park View High School Fine Arts Boosters.

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