‘Lake Life’ Exhibit Coming to Reston Museum This Weekend

A new exhibit is coming to Reston Historic Trust & Museum on Nov. 3.

The museum will showcase limited edited prints created by local artist Sam LaFever through April 2021.

The series, called the Lake Life exhibit, aims to capture the beauty of Reston’s planned lakes and offers explanations on how to use the lakes to relax, fish, boat, and play sports.

Artwork is available for purchase inside the museum.

LaFever began creating and exhibiting art since 1995. His website describes him as an artist, mariner, printmaker, creator of drawings, paintings, intaglio and digital prints.

The museum is located at 1639 Washington Plaza-N. It is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.

Image via Reston Historic Trust & Museum/Sam LaFever

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