Del Ray Artisans

New Website!

Starting August 1, 2016, the old website will no longer be updated. Please visit our new website now!


SHOW Childhood Memories (at Prudential PenFed)

This is a special Del Ray Artisans Gallery Without Walls art exhibit, Childhood Memories, at Prudential PenFed.

Childhood Memories features works by local area artists inspired by their childhoods. The show's theme explores the endless memories that are often the inspiration for art, especially, those memories that evoke an artist's childhood. The show features a collection of paintings, drawings, photographs, collages, sculptures, traditional and abstract concepts, and various visual media. This show commemorates the Virginia Art Commissions' Minds Wide Open, a celebration of children and the arts. The Art Commission declared 2012 as the Year of Children in Arts.

Artists Reception: Monday, June 18 at 6pm. RSVP to Drew ( or Eileen ( by June 14.

View the Show: Through July 27, 2012 during office hours at Prudential PenFed, 300 N Washington St, Alexandria. Office hours are: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

Feedback or Questions? Share a note on Del Ray Artisans' Facebook page, send a tweet to Del Ray Artisans, or contact the Director of Curating, Drew Cariaso, at

Location: Prudential PenFed, 300 N Washington St, Alexandria
Date: Monday, June 18, 2012
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm EDT
Duration: 2 hours
Category: Show*, Event*
Created by: Public Access ( by Web Curator )
Updated: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 9:14am EDT
Attachments: None

Supported in part by:
City of AlexandriaAlexandria Commission for the ArtsVirginia Commission for the ArtsNational Endowment for the Arts

Del Ray Artisans gallery
at the Nicholas A. Colasanto Center

2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301-1124
Phone: 703-838-4827 | Directions

Facebook   |   Flickr   |   Twitter   |   LinkedIn   |   Pinterest   |   Instagram   |   MeetUp

Thursday:  Noon to 6 pm
First Thursday (May-Sep):  Noon to 9 pm
Friday:  Noon to 9 pm
Saturday:  Noon to 9 pm
Sunday:  Noon to 6 pm

Free admission, Open to the public