Art in 3D

Art in 3D

Juried Exhibit Now Showing at Reston Art Gallery and Studios through May 1

Reception: Sunday, May 1

A special month-long show of three-dimensional art created by nine artists renowned for their work in Reston, D.C., and beyond is now on display in “Art in 3D” through May 1 at Reston Art Gallery and Studios (RAGS). Lisa Battle, Sandra Dovberg, Doug Fuller, Deirdre McGuire, Kelly Ayotte-Phelan, Guy Rando, Wayne Schiffelbein, Ira Tattelman, and Guy Zoller are exhibiting their sculptures and assemblages of metal, wood, clay, fiber, and found objects displayed on plinths, on walls, and suspended from the ceiling. 

“This is a cool show,” stated artist Pat Macintyre, the owner and director of RAGS. “We hope to inspire our gallery visitors with the creativity and discipline of artists in our region. We are delighted to present these wonderful Art in 3D exhibitors along with the works of our collective artists at RAGS.” Submissions of works selected for “Art in 3D” were juried in a process directed by Macintyre.

Everyone is invited to a reception to celebrate the show on its closing day, Sunday, May 1, from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. “Art in 3D” is open for viewing every weekend – Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Sundays from 12:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. – and also by appointment on other days, through May 1. Gallery contact information is available at

Exhibit segment
Deirdre McGuire s Portrait Bust
Wayne Schiffelbein – steel mobile
Guy Rando – Kindergarten – 3ft assemblage
Sandra Dovberg – steel & oyster shell & mixed fiber arts – 21×9 inches

Coming up In May

New works by artist Sandra Dovberg will be presented in her “Natural Habitats” show at RAGS. Also in May, a collaborative art exhibit at Reston Community Center–Hunters Woods will feature works from Reston Art Gallery and Studios, highlighted with the “Appalachian Spring” concert presented by the Reston Chorale on Saturday, May 7.

The gallery furthers its nurture of art with free, themed Crafts for Kids every Saturday morning, April through December, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. 

Reston Art Gallery and Studios (RAGS) is located on the lakeside of 11400 Washington Plaza West, Reston, VA 20190 by the orange “ART” sign at historic Lake Anne Plaza. For GPS directions and parking, search “Lake Anne Plaza.” Follow @RAGSReston on Facebook, @RestonArtGallery on Instagram, and for general information visit

About Reston Art Gallery and Studios (RAGS)

This artists’ collective is a source of beauty that inspires creativity in all who visit. New shows each month feature the latest works of the eight artists of RAGS – Gail Axtell-Erwin, Dorothy Donahey, Sandra Dovberg, Rosemarie Forsythe, Pat Macintyre, Julia Tova Malakoff, Marthe McGrath, and Wayne Schiffelbein. The unique variety of works displayed at RAGS – paintings in watercolor, acrylic and oil, mixed media collage, mobiles, photography, original prints, art objects, artist-made jewelry, and more – are available for purchase. On weekdays the artists are preparing commissions, new works, and their next special exhibits, and  those working on site can be viewed through the gallery’s expansive glass façade. RAGS is open to the public every weekend afternoon. The orange “ART” sign at historic, scenic Lake Anne Plaza leads to the entrance of Reston Art Gallery and Studios, a Reston landmark established in 1987, located on the lakeside of 11400 Washington Plaza West, Reston, VA 20190. GPS: “Lake Anne Plaza” for directions to the parking area. Follow @RAGSReston on Facebook, @RestonArtGallery on Instagram, and get more information at

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