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Reception: Saturday, October 14, 3-5 PM

Free and Open to the public

Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10AM - 3PM

In the solo exhibition titled “Elevation”, noted artist, Vian Borchert, presents new paintings that embody a sense of elevated elements through color and theme. Skyscapes within landscape and seascapes aim to elevate the viewer into a higher realm of consciousness along with attaining a sense of meditative enlightenment that transforms one towards a Zen state of peace and harmony. Borchert considers her artwork as a form of visual poetry. The artist's artwork is inspired by nature and the environment. The artwork intends to be a bridge that intersects the connectivity of art and the environment emphasizing the importance of living with nature and its benefits on humans. The artwork showcases a sense of identity of who the artist is: her hopes, aspirations and dreams. Blue is Borchert's favorite color due to the fact that she was born by the Mediterranean sea. Hence, Borchert's love for the Big Blue has been engraved in her and imprinted in her vision and memory ever since the artist was a child. The paintings capture the essence of time, movement and memory in a lyrical and painterly way. Overall, The paintings are poetic in nature with a meditative take striving to generate feelings of re-energy, harmony and peace.

About the Artist: Vian Borchert:

Vian Borchert is a noted expressionist artist, along being an internationally collected artist. Borchert has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions nationally within the US and internationally in museums and key galleries in major cities such as: NYC, LA, Washington DC, MD, VA, Miami, London and Berlin. Borchert's artwork has been on display in prestigious venues such as Times Square - Broadway in NYC, United Nations in NYC, The National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, The SAM museum in PA, along with world embassies, hospitals and corporations. Vian is a graduate and Notable Alumni from the Corcoran College of Art and Design George Washington University, Washington, DC. Borchert’s art has been vastly featured in press / interviews such as the esteemed, Museum Week Magazine, Bold Journey Magazine, VoyageLA, Oxford Public Philosophy Journal, Canvas Rebel Magazine and books such as “Collect Art Book” along with being on the cover of a number of publications such as French style magazine “ROIDX” and “MOEVIR” magazine, and literary magazines like “Pensive Global Journal”. Borchert is also an art educator teaching fine art classes in painting and drawing at Glen Echo Park's Yellow Barn Studio. Besides exhibiting in galleries, Borchert’s art is at “1stDbis” and “Artsy” world’s leading marketplaces with auctions. Website:

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