Dominion Electric Supply Company, Inc. in Arlington, has announced an experimental partnership project with artists in the Arlington community. Dominion has been a fixture in the DMV electrical and lighting market for over 80 years, and last year, launched their new residential lighting brand, Dominion Lighting.
“We’ve re-imagined our retail space and approach over the past year” notes Matt Rowan, Vice President, Residential Lighting. "As part of the redesign and rebrand, we intentionally created space in the new showroom to better serve and engage with our community. We're particularly excited about our new gallery wall that allows local artists to exhibit their work.”
For the inaugural exhibits, Dominion will display select pieces from Studio 10 Artists, a collaborative of five Arlington painters who create and celebrate community-based art. First up during April and May is Kat Jamieson, an Arlington-based watercolorist and metalsmith. Her mini-exhibition's theme is "Light Over Water," an outgrowth of the recent "Ambient Light" show mounted by Studio 10 Artists at Gallery Underground in Crystal City.
Rowan notes, “We're looking forward to this creative partnership and foresee even more opportunities to engage with the local art and design community. Folks can expect to see even more exciting community-centric offerings from Dominion in the upcoming year.”
Dominion Electric Supply Company & Dominion Lighting is located at 5053 Lee Highway in Arlington.