The Leesburg Commission on Public Art is has announced an exhibition of photographic art by Kyla Jenkins, focusing on the small details of life, will debut Friday, June 2.
“In Case You Missed It” will open with a reception from 6-9 p.m. at Town Hall, 25 W. Market St. as part of downtown Leesburg’s monthly First Friday festivities.
Jenkins is a high school educator, photographer and artist working in West Virginia and Loudoun County. The exhibition is a collection of photographs that focus on the small details of life.
“So much of our lives today are dominated by technology and being constantly ‘overbooked’ that the small minutiae of life are often missed. Through these works, I attempt to focus on these smaller details in life that may go unnoticed. Finding these details brings me great joy and I hope to bring joy to others as well through my use of color and perspective,” Jenkins stated.
The Town Exhibit Hall features rotating exhibits by Leesburg and Loudoun artists. Artists interested in having their work considered for a future exhibit in the Exhibit Hall should contact Anne Geiger, staff liaison to the Commission on Public Art, at firstname.lastname@example.org.