'Cave Dwelling' by Anne Cherubim (Courtesy of Reston Community Center); ('Suds Appeal' by Anna Cadin (Courtesy of Art Space Herndon)
‘Cave Dwelling’ by Anne Cherubim (Courtesy of Reston Community Center); (‘Suds Appeal’ by Anna Cadin (Courtesy of Art Space Herndon)

‘Landscapes Tied to the Mind’
“Landscapes Tied to the Mind” is an exhibit showcasing three artists who are Fairfax County art teachers. Anne Nagy combines photography with mixed media in her images of flowers. Anna Cadin layers colored ink over black India ink in her drawings to represent nostalgia. Gian Marc Lomaglio creates images of pop culture, portraits and landscapes in various mediums. –RD / Nov. 2-30 at Jo Ann Rose Gallery; free; restoncommunitycenter.com

‘Ethereal’ and ‘Natural Reactions’
Maryland resident and self-taught artist Anne Cherubim created “Ethereal,” an exhibit of contemporary paintings that play with color, light and depth when viewed at different angles. “Natural Reactions” is an exhibit made by Alexandria metal sculptor Brian Kirk. Here, rust is the focal point on steel pieces. –RD / Nov. 3-Dec. 6 at Artspace; free; artspaceherndon.com

Nature’s Best Photography
Nature’s Best Photography Magazine will have 28 stunning snapshots in this exhibit of wildlife and landscapes to remind viewers what can be captured through the lens. You can buy a photo, and all of the funds go to the Workhouse Arts Foundation. –RD / Through Oct. 4 at Workhouse Arts Center; free; workhousearts.org

‘Scriptonics: An Art for the Future’
Robin Rose presents “Scriptonics: An Art for the Future,” which is an exhibit that encompasses the visual and auditory senses. The Washington, D.C., artist will showcase interactive sound drawings that resemble the sound of a pen drawing on paper. There will also be encaustic paintings, which is a technique using wax-based paint that is melted on a heated palette. –RD / Through Oct. 24 at McLean Project for the Arts; free; mpaart.org

‘Abstract Art: Mind over Object’
The dual exhibit “Abstract Art: Mind over Object” will have 2-D and 3-D art. Herndon artist Karen Hutchison paints abstract pieces with rich colors and a variety of textures. The Sterling David Barnes Glass studio assembles sculptures made of art glass, stones, metals and dichroic glass, which changes colors in different lighting. –RD / Nov. 1-30 at Arts in the Village Gallery; free; artsinthevillage.com

(October 2015)