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Opening Reception – Art in City Hall

For this exhibit, 250 pieces were entered with 96 accepted by juror Beth Baldwin, Art Bank Coordinator for the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities. Ms. Baldwin chose the following award winners:

  • Jennifer Lea Hall for Lease I & IIThe Del Ray Artisans Award of Merit
  • Jane Johnson for HometownThe Alexandria Commission for the Arts Award of Merit
  • Marge Holz for Swinging SquaresThe Art League Award of Merit
  • Karen Thuermer for Torpedo Factory Waterfront – Torpedo Factory Artists Association Award of Merit
  • Lynne Russillo for At the LakeLiddle Award of Merit

Honorable Mentions

Join us for to honor these award winners and all the artists, at the opening reception:

December 9, 5:30 – 7 pm
The mayor will present awards at 6:15 pm.

Show runs November 17, 2008 – June 19, 2008
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5 pm

Artists, please e-mail gallery@theartleague.org if you would like a PDF of the Art in City Hall postcard to send to clients and friends. They are also available in The Art League Gallery.

Images of the exhibit will be available online by December 15. Check back here for updates.

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