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Q&A with Award Winner Blair Jackson

Amid the wealth of abstraction in our July All-Media Exhibit, juror Jerry Coulter selected one piece for best in show: a photograph masquerading as a painting. The photo, Clyfford Still’s Latch by Blair Jackson, was awarded the Larry Kirstein Award for best in show. Coulter said of the piece: “This photograph is a complete Read more →

Q&A: How to Photograph Artwork

Nothing tells your artwork's story better than seeing it in person — but for your website or a show submission, the next best thing is a photo. Read more →

Preview: “Yellowstone Abstracted” in Photographs

Bob Tetro: “Yellowstone Abstracted” June 6–July 1, 2013 Opening Reception: Thursday, June 13, 6:30–8:00 pm You may have been to Yellowstone, but you haven’t seen it like this. Opening next week on Thursday, June 6, photographer Bob Tetro’s “Yellowstone Abstracted” finds beauty in the textures and abstract shapes of the national park’s natural wonders. Read more →

Q&A with Award Winner DeDe Faller

The juror for November’s “Small Works” show, Lindsay Harris, selected three award winners for the Eleanor Boudreau Jordan Award. She awarded Best in Show to Rock Creek Park, a palladium contact print by DeDe Faller, pointing to the softness and rich detail in the print. Faller told us about the palladium process, large-format photography, Read more →

Artist Opportunities: November 20, 2012

See below for upcoming exhibition opportunities! You can also click the banner above to see past opportunities posts. Prince George’s County Artists Deadline: December 7, 2012. The M-NCPPC, Department of Parks of Recreation, Prince George’s County, Arts and Cultural Heritage Division, with support from the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council, is pleased to Read more →

F11 Women’s Photo Group Exhibits Shots of Potomac

F11, a women’s photography collective including several Art League members, will be putting up an exhibit in Alexandria’s Beatley Central Library to coincide with FotoWeek DC, a regional photography festival taking place November 9–18 with events including exhibitions, seminars, portfolio reviews, and more. The show, “Down by the River: Visions of the Potomac” will be Read more →