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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 →

Artist Opportunities

Call for Entry: Wild ThingsFrom amoeba to zebra, extinct to extant, real to imagined, this show invites artists to submit works impelled by the animal. The jury seeks pieces revealing the anima, the vital breath or soul of animals, and works reflecting the diversity of animals – from microscopic to enormous, from active to Read more →

Ceramics Workshop This Weekend

Making Pots from PartsWorkshop with Renowned Ceramist Blair Meerfeld A native of Colorado, ceramist Blair Meerfeld incorporates native clays and materials into his work. His pots are variations or abstractions of shapes – mechanical, human, or landscape. By using salt glazes, he is able to “pull out the secrets of clay and slips, leaving Read more →

383: Viewing the Potomac

Opening reception this Thursday!383: Viewing the PotomacPastelist Daniel Wise Featured at The Art League Gallery Inspired by the beauty, diversity, the ever-changing atmosphere and environment of the Potomac River and its surroundings, pastelist Daniel Wise has created a series of paintings depicting scenes along the Potomac River. “383: Viewing the Potomac” will be featured Read more →

Snow Information

Classes from 10am-6pm are cancelled tomorrow, Monday, March 2. The gallery will open at 1pm.  Painting of the gallery is postponed, but RECEIVING IS STILL ON for the March show, Real/Unreal. Read more →

Call to 3D Artists

Sculptors of The Art League,May 4, 2009 – July 31, 2009 The Sculptors of The Art League exhibit is a fantastic opportunity for three-dimensional member artists to showcase their work. It will be held in the Washington Square Building, 1050 Connecticut Avenue NW, in downtown Washington, DC. Artists may submit up to three pieces Read more →