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Critique with April Juror – Daniel Shay

April All-Media juror, Daniel Shay has offered to review the work of members who were not accepted into the April All-Media show. Artists may bring up to three pieces to be reviewed in a group setting. To participate, e-mail roseo@theartleague.org or call 703-683-1780 and speak to any staff member. The critique will be limited Read more →

Roots & Wings – Solo Artist Christine Giammichele

“Roots and Wings,” Christine Giammichele’s Solo Show at The Art League Gallery “My work is about portraying the beauty that will be lost in the world if we don’t do something to preserve it.” Through her artwork, artist Christine Giammichele strives to inform and inspire by depicting the intricate connection between endangered species and Read more →

Reused / Recycled Press

The Reused / Recycled show, along with the Torpedo Factory, were recently mentioned on the Going Green DC blog. Read here. Read more →

More Calls to Artists

The 2009 Rawls Museum Arts Juried Exhibition Open to artists in DC, VA, MD, NC. June 4 – July 11, 2009 Juried by John Pollard, founder of Richmond’s ADA Gallery . Download the entry from here. Deadline: April 11, 2009 ____________ Eighteenth Annual Exhibition – Central Virginia Watercolor Guild Juror: Betty Calabria Artists may Read more →

Call to Artists – CRYSTALart

Deadline: April 17, 2009 To continue to highlight Crystal City’s Green characteristics and add artistic elements to the neighborhood’s streets, sidewalks and public spaces, the Crystal City Business Improvement District is introducing ECO-Art Statues – a temporary, outdoor environmental art exhibit in one of Crystal City’s most landmark open spaces, the Crystal City Water Read more →

Looking for April Inspiration?

If the April Reused / Recycled show has you stumped, take a look at these amazing uses of recycled elements. Also, check out the related links at the bottom of that post for additional examples.You can also refer to some pieces from the recent Target Gallery exhibition Finding Equilibrium: Sculptures by Travis Graves for Read more →