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.

Michele Rea: Vantage Point

Michele Rea. Built to Last. Michele Rea’s complex watercolor paintings capture cross sections of deteriorating, industrial structures. By finding beauty in decomposing and weathered objects and rendering them in an abstracted and beautiful way, her unique perspective forces the viewer to see these familiar structures in a new light. Vantage Point, Rea’s solo exhibit Read more →

‘Scapes: the Annual Landscape Exhibit at The Art League

Rainy Day in NYC by Jill Banks Juried by Joey P. MánlapazJuror’s Dialogue with Erica FortwenglerTraditional, idyllic, pastoral landscapes are expected in a landscape exhibit. Joey P. Mánlapaz, juror for the 2010 ‘Scapes exhibit, hoped to find works that went beyond the view of traditional, sweeping landscape, and instead explored different viewpoints and elements Read more →

CMDupré’s Alice Opening at National Harbor

Great opening last night at our National Harbor space! Everyone should check out the NEW Alice, open through Labor Day. Read more →

CM Dupre’s Alice at The Art League at National Harbor

CM Dupre’s new series Alice will be featured at the new Art League Gallery space in National Harbor, MD from July 20 – September 5, 2010. Opening reception: Tuesday, July 20, 6:30-8:30 pm.Who else has continued to lead such an eventful and fascinating existence as Alice? Compared to saints, heroes, screen stars, musicians and Read more →

Reception for David Carter at National Harbor TOMORROW!

David Carter— Drawings & Paintings Currently on exhibit through July 3, 2010Reception: Tuesday, June 8, 6:30-8:30 pm Artist’s Statement There are worse torments than reading an artist’s statement.  Some things ostensibly written for other people to read are even more tedious and less satisfying than a typical artist’s statement. Insurance policies, for example.  The writings Read more →