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Loudoun Artists

Are you an artist living in Loudoun County, Virginia? Would you like to be listed on this page? Send us an email! info [at] LoudounArts.com.



Kevin Bednarz – Graphic Artistartist

Website: http://www.doubledowndesigns.net
Description: Kevin Bednarz has been drawing and designing for well over 20 years. His work has been seen in major publications, businesses and residencies throughout the country. His company, Double Down Designs is the premier mural and design company in the greater D.C. and Northern Virginia area.



Ed Felker – Print Maker, Graphic Artist, Photographer, WriterA woodcut print of a trout.

Photo Blog: dispatchesfromthepotomac.wordpress.com
Graphics Website: www.mayfly-design.com
Prints Website: www.edfelker.com
Ed is a graphic artist with over 20 years of experience, photographer, outdoor writer and printmaker working with woodcuts and linocuts.


Sarah Huntington – PhotographerSarah

Photography Website: www.sarahhuntington.com
Email: sarah @ sarahhuntington.com
Description: Sarah Huntington is a portrait and fine art photographer who also has a studio on 21st St in downtown Purcellville.



Dave Levinson – Photographer, Graphic ArtistBlue Ridge vista in green

Photography Website: www.LoudounLandscapes
Graphics Website: WICKEDESIGN.com
LandscapePhotos [@] gmail.com

Description: Dave has been a working artist nearly all his life. He’s exhibited landscape photography of Loudoun over the last eight years. Dave has created professional graphics for more than twenty years in print design, websites, video games, online and other mediums.


Tom Lussier – Photographer

Web: www.tomlussierphotography.com

Amy Manson – CeramicsCeramics on display

Web: www.amymansonpottery.blogspot.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-Manson-Pottery
Description: Leesburg Virginia Potter, Ceramic Artist and Instructor.



Deb Morrow – Painter, Photographer

Web: www.CowGirlSmiles.com
Description: Deb is a photographer and painter. Her work focuses chiefly on equestrian themes. She is widely known for her work in transferring photographic images to rustic furniture pieces.

John Raymond – Metal Sculptor

Web: lincolnsmithy.wordpress.com
lincolnsmithy [@] gmail.com
I’m a self taught metal sculptor who primarily works in found object and remnant steel. Having grown up in a small mill town I gravitate to creating ‘industrial’ images and I have fondness for industrial and agricultural scrap.”