Paintings By Alice Power

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Thursday, May 12, 2011

2011 Western Loudoun Artist Studio Tour

Alice will be showing paintings in this year's Western Loudoun Artist Studio Tour. Below is the banner for the show which is also the link to the WLAST website which has more information.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Three recent paintings

Old Kinnakeet Harbor Avon, North Carolina Roadside Bramble Milltown, Virginia

Seaside Nags Head,North Carolina

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Bound for Home

The ferry at Ocracoke, North Carolina at sunset.

Flag Reflections 1

A reflection of the flag at the Loudoun Valley Community Center in Purcellville, Virginia.

Thursday, July 8, 2010


Current exhibits:

Ashburn Library

43316 Hay Road

Ashburn, VA 20147

Solo Exhibit through August 31, 2010

Dare County Arts Council Gallery Through October 11, 2010

Old Courthouse

Manteo, North Carolina

Paintings and Giclee prints
Through October 11, 2010

Delaplaine Arts Center July 31 through August 20, 2010

Carroll Street

Frederick, MD

Another Class Act” exhibit of student and faculty paintings
July 31 through August 20, 2010



Duke and Washington Street

Shepherdstown, WV

“Dive into Watercolor”
2 day class for 11-14 year olds

November 6th and 11th, 2010 9am to 2pm

“Dive into Watercolors”

2 day workshop

Januay 22nd and 29th, 2011


Alice Power
40055 Featherbed Lane

Lovettsville, Virginia


540 882 3387

Alice Power has devoted much of her life to the dramatic arts of music and theater. Now she adds the visual arts as she returns to painting with watercolors.

Living with her family Loudoun County, Virginia, Alice is inspired by the traditional rural life that surrounds her. Her favorite subjects tell a story or evoke a memory.

In 2009 Alice expanded her scope of painting subjects by focusing on events and places where she visits. On a trip to New York City, she was inspired to paint scenes from the Cloisters and a portrait of a lady on the bus to the Cloisters. Her husband’s birthday was celebrated by family and friends at a Frederick Keyes baseball game, Alice caught the action right behind home plate and painted the fireworks that followed the game. Trips to the Outer Banks have led to a series of paintings that tell the extraordinary stories of scenes from the beach.

Alice Power’s paintings have been exhibited and sold regionally. In October 2009 Alice was awarded “ Best Waterford Scene” at the Waterford Fair Exhibit. In 2010, Franklin Park Visual and Performing Arts Center honored Alice as a “Woman of Vision.”Local exhibits include Oatlands, Franklin Park Visual and Performing Arts Center and the Waterford Fair in Loudoun County, She also exhibits her work in the The Delaplaine Arts Center in Frederick Maryland. She is exhibiting her paintings in the Dare County Gallery in Manteo, North Carolina. Alice continues her solo exhibits in the Lovettsville, Cascades and Ashburn Libraries. She has held painting demonstrations at the Rust, Lovettsville, and Cascades Libraries as well as the Western Loudoun Studio Artist’s Tour. She has been commissioned to paint local landscapes and historic buildings. She has donated works to her two favorite charities: VSA arts Loudoun County and the Friends of Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center.

Thursday, April 8, 2010