Art League Exhibits

The Art League Gallery opens a new juried group exhibit every month, and solo artist exhibits nine times a year. (Members also exhibit framed and unframed work in our Bin Gallery.) We post photos, videos, and behind-the-scenes news from our exhibits here.

For gallery hours and info on current exhibits, visit the Gallery home page.

Want to Enter an Art League Exhibit? Here’s How

With the 2018–19 exhibit year starting July 1, we wanted to put together an overview of how the juried exhibit process works. Read more →

Stories Behind the Women in “A Sense of Herself”

The women Deborah Conn has portrayed on paper not only “speak” to us through strong color and composition, but also through their own narratives and stories which accompany each portrait. Read more →

Beverly Ryan’s Drones Reappear

Artist and Art League instructor Beverly Ryan’s 'Drone Silhouette' seems to be suspended in air, blades whirling off the ground and ready to strike. We talked to Ryan about her process, her May 2018 Best in Show winning piece Drone Silhouette, and what makes her drone work tick. Read more →

Feeling the Way Around “Uncertainty”

We sat down with Jackie Saunders, winner of Best in Show for 2-D Figurative Work in the May Open Exhibit, to discuss her piece Uncertainty. Read more →

Deborah Conn Explores the Female Gaze

Watercolorist Deborah Conn's paintings of women, when hung, seem to be inviting you into conversation. Conn celebrates inner resilience and strength in “A Sense of Herself." Read more →

Q&A with Ikebana Arranger Tone Olsen

Tone Olsen, the Branch Director of the Washington, DC Sogetsu School, answered some questions about Ikebana, our show, and how she became involved in the art form. Read more →