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Three New Exhibits & an Artist Talk

“Crossroads of Time” by Elena Tchernomazova. Background, left to right: “Afternoon at the Tate” by Karen Kozojet Ching and “Dancin’ Queen” by Marie Crow.
From Andrew Zimmermann’s solo exhibit, “Cold River.”

The Art League Gallery is pleasantly full this month with three new exhibits: Andrew Zimmermann’s photography show, “Cold River,” and two all-media shows for small- and large-format artwork, “Small Works” and “Large Works.”

The opening reception for both shows is tonight, November 8, at 6:30 pm — and don’t miss Andrew Zimmermann’s artist talk on Saturday, November 8 at 1:00 pm. It’s one of several events the Gallery is hosting during FotoWeek DC.

Zimmermann’s photographs, printed from 8″ x 10″ negatives by direct contact, find the sharp contrasts in Colorado’s winter landscapes. More information is on the exhibit page.

Come see these exhibits through December 3! Read on for more images from the shows — and also check out images on our Flickr site (click for “Small Works,” “Large Works,” and “Cold River”).

“The New Girl” by Sharon Boyle. Background: “Mighty Mississippi” by Pattee Hipschen.

More photos below!

“Pine Trees” by Marina Troy, winner of the Cora Rupp Award.
Pieces in “Small Works” and “Large Works.”
“White Magic Woman” by Kathlyn Avila-Reyes.
Pieces from “Small Works” and “Large Works.”
“Birds of a Feather” by Janet Legg.
Center: “#512” by Victoria Cowles.

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