Robert Schultz’s first solo museum exhibition opened at the Athenaeum in Alexandria, Virginia August 12. “Memorial Leaves” draws inspiration from Walt Whitman’s prediction that the nation’s civil war dead will inhabit “every future grain of wheat and ear of corn, and every flower that grows, and every breath we draw.” The exhibition’s chlorophyll prints–portraits of soldiers and their loved ones–confront us with the cost of war, face by face. The opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, August 15, 4-6 pm (masks required per local mandate). Schultz will give a gallery talk Sunday, September 12, 2-3 pm, and the exhibition closes September 19.