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Epic paintings by Brian Burgess at NOVA-Loudoun

“The Fall of Bellerophon”

“The Fall of Bellerophon” by Brian Burgess will be on display at NOVA-Loudoun until Dec. 4.

Paintings by Brian Burgess will be on display in Waddell Gallery at the Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College from Nov. 2 to Dec. 4.

Burgess is a multimedia artist from Fredericksburg, Virginia. He likes to paint, illustrate and sculpt epic subject matter.

His pursuit of art began under the guidance of NOVA-Loudoun art faculty Jay Orbeck, Bill Shirley and Bill Whipple in 1986-1987.

After serving in the Marines, Burgess earned a master of fine arts degree at Hartford Art School. His show will feature his graduate thesis paintings that are based on Greek mythology.

NOVA-Loudoun is at 21200 Campus Drive in Sterling (20164). Waddell Gallery is free and open to the public 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and parking is free in the student parking lots after 4 p.m.

Contact Gallery Coordinator Don Depuydt at 703-450-2627 or ddepuydt@nvcc.edu for more information.

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