Del Ray Artisans | Flora & Fauna

By Editorial Team on February 28, 2022

Fri, 04 March 2022 - Sat, 26 March 2022

A Face of Nature by TJ Feeley.

Opening Day: Friday, March 4 from 12pm to 9pm

The Flora & Fauna art exhibit at Del Ray Artisans gallery explores the interdependence of plants and animals, combining art and environmental science. In recent years, climate change and pollution have endangered the complex interactions between plants and animals.

Pollinators (birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals) are vital to creating and maintaining the habitats and ecosystems that many rely on for food and shelter. Plants like almond trees, berry bushes and flowers need pollinators to survive and reproduce. Large animals, like giraffes and elephants, rely on plants for food, shelter, and shade to protect them from the environment and predators. This art exhibit is focused on exploring and showing these connections.

Join them on opening day, Friday, March 4 between 12-9pm for the widest selection of artwork. Mark your calendar now or set a reminder through Eventbrite.

Have you always wanted to try your hand at floristry? Register now for the “Flowers Everywhere!” workshop on Saturday, March 19 from 6:30-8:30pm. Instructor BWS Johnson will teach you how to level up grocery store arrangements and the difference in quality between wholesale and retail blooms, plus you’ll get to bring home your masterpiece at the end of the workshop. Event details and registration are at

 Gallery Hours:

  • Thursday 12-6pm
  • Friday 12-9pm
  • Saturday 12-6pm
  • Sunday 12-6pm (closed the last Sunday of the month).

Del Ray Artisans has taken the ALX Promise pledge and is committed to the health and safety of our visitors. The gallery capacity is limited to 15 people at any one time. Face masks must be worn by all while visiting the gallery. The gallery is free, open to the public, and accessible.

The Flora & Fauna exhibit runs March 4–26, 2022 at Del Ray Artisans gallery in the Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA.

For more information, please visit or contact the curator TJ Feeley ( or Director of Curating Kelly Postula (