Now Open: A Treasure of An Exhibit

Noah Williams’ “One Man’s Trash” — creatures, masks, and more made from found metal and knickknacks — has been eliciting gasps since it opened Thursday morning. Get a sneak peek and hear the artist talk about his work in the video above. (Or watch it on YouTube here.)

The large-scale sculptures, including an elephant, a fish, a helicopter, and a bike, are made of everything from soda cans to seashells to hair. To hear more from Noah, watch an awesome video made by his cousin, here.

Also now open: the May All-Media Exhibit, featuring artwork by Art League members and juried by Lauren Dickens, assistant curator of contemporary art at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. She selected 115 works of all kinds, both contemporary and traditional, and three paintings for awards — look here for interviews with the award-winning artists in the weeks to come.

Both exhibits are open through June 3! Photos of the all-media exhibit are below, and more are on our Flickr page.

Food Chains , relief print and watercolor by John Gosling.

Food Chains , relief print and watercolor by John Gosling.

Shy, acrylic on panel by Charlene Nield.

Shy, acrylic on panel by Charlene Nield.

One Slipped, alkyd by Concetta Scott.

One Slipped, alkyd by Concetta Scott.

Underbelly of a Jelly, ceramic by Melanie Sears.

Underbelly of a Jelly, ceramic by Melanie Sears.

Teepees and Washington Monument, photograph by Dede Faller.

Teepees and Washington Monument, photograph by Dede Faller.

Haunted Nikki, oil on board by Victorino Briones.

Haunted Nikki, oil on board by Victorino Briones.

Horizon in the Mist, oil by Marcel.

Horizon in the Mist, oil by Marcel.

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