Founding Farmers Reston Station

At Founding Farmers Reston Station, we are inspired by our third president, Thomas Jefferson, and the life he created for himself at Monticello, immersed in his gardens, libraries, and collections. Throughout our restaurant, guests will see references to Jefferson’s life: Monticello’s setting perched high on a hill overlooking the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, the majestic trees surrounding Monticello, the lush, organic, and carefully-tended vegetable and flower gardens, and his extensive library. Our goal is to create our own version of a modern art gallery, using pieces of original artwork to help tell our story. We thank our artists and designers for helping us bring our vision and our restaurant to life. We invite guests to explore the unique artwork we commissioned for Founding Farmers Reston Station, and learn more about our collection of talented artists.

RONALD JACKSON

Portrait of Chef James Hemings

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JESSICA MARIA HOPKINS

Portrait of Sally Hemings

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EMILY HOXWORTH 

Nature’s Chain

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NOELLA COTNAM

Beaver, Mockingbird

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SUZANNE HEILMANN

NDFU Laundry Line

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MATTHEW WHITE

Bronze Bar Fox & Chickens

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Through the Eyes of the Founding Farmer.