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Center for the Arts – Caton Merchant Family Gallery

9419 Battle Street

Manassas, Virginia   20110


Carol Lopatin & Rosemary Luckett

Landscape: Two Parables


Opening date:  March 21 – April 25, 2013

Earth Day Reception: April 20th, 4-6pm


Luckett red forestIn “Landscape: Two Parables”, Carol Lopatin and Rosemary Luckett create a thoughtful narrative: of the natural world painted in acrylic by Lopatin and countered by human impact on the environment when photographically interpreted by Luckett. The good, bad and not always beautiful forces that make up our world, natural and otherwise, are depicted with skill and the critical eye of each artist. Earth day reception, 4-6pm, April 20th , show your Earth Day spirit and make a collage in the gallery with the artists, 4-5pm on April 20th.


Exhibit: Center for the Arts/Caton Merchant Family Gallery

9419 Battle Street

Manassas, VA  20110

Open March 21 – April 25, 2013

Earth Day Reception: April 20th, 4-6pm


Gallery Hours 10-5 Weekdays, 1-5 Saturday


The Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/Prince William County sponsors theatrical productions for children and adults, teaches arts classes, promotes visual arts and provides community outreach programs for local youth. Founded in 1984 by a group of artists and art lovers, the Center for the Arts aims to enrich the quality of life in the Northern Virginia suburbs through arts performance and education. A theater, an art gallery and classrooms are located in the three-story, historic Candy Factory building in Old Town Manassas, at 9419 Battle Street. The third floor provides additional space for lectures, poetry readings, recitals and chamber concerts. For more information, call 703-330-2787 or visit


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