‘Hidden Histories’ Exhibit Coming to Signature Gallery

A new exhibit featuring detailed paintings inspired by patterns, objects and biographies from art and art history comes to the gallery at Signature this week.

Maremi Andreozzi’s work, “Hidden Histories,” will be on display at the Greater Reston Art Center’s satellite gallery at the apartment building in Reston Town Center from Thursday (September 5) through January 7.

GRACE wrote the following about the exhibit and Andreozzi’s background:

An avid researcher, Andreozzi makes symbolic portraits of inspirational women artists and the female politicians, ambassadors, and patrons who influenced their lives. Each portrait appropriates imagery from the subject’s own body of work and period-specific details of cultural production.

Andreozzi earned a BFA from Cornell University and a MFA from Clemson University. She has had solo exhibitions at Glen Echo Park, The Rachel M. Schlesinger Art Center/NOVA, The Torpedo Factory, Radford University, Glenview Mansion, Rockville Arts Place, Ritz Carlton Georgetown, and The Stimson Center, to name a few. Her work is in the collection of Restaurant Eve, JD Marriot, DC Commission for the Arts, Arlington County Arts Commission and many private collectors. She recently completed international artist residency in Greve in Chianti, Italy.

An opening reception is set for Thursday (September 5) from 6-8 p.m. The gallery is located at 11850 Freedom Drive. The gallery is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The closest parking is in the Silver garage.

Photo courtesy Maremi Andreozzi/Greater Reston Arts Center

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