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Our First Exhibits of the New Year!

The January All-Media Exhibit
The January All-Media Exhibit

Our 2015 exhibit calendar kicks off today with the opening of two new exhibits …

January 2015 All-Media

Juror Paul Reuther (read the interview here) is the founder of the Washington Drawing Center and teaches painting and drawing at GWU and Montgomery College. He selected 124 pieces for this group show, including a large number of sculptures.

The Stones, alabaster, by John Ploch.
The Stones, alabaster, by John Ploch.
Almost Flying, cast resin, by Paula Stern
Almost Flying, cast resin, by Paula Stern

The juror also named three awards. Definitely off to a strong start for the year!

Left to right: Ghetto in Paradise, oil, by Michele Reday Cook (Gallery Director’s Award for Best in Show); Jim, oil, by George Carr (Second Place Award); Danger Lurks, gelatin monoprint, by Katherine Rand (Third Place Award)
Left to right: Ghetto in Paradise, oil, by Michele Reday Cook (Gallery Director’s Award for Best in Show); Jim, oil, by George Carr (Second Place Award); Danger Lurks, gelatin monoprint, by Katherine Rand (Third Place Award)
William, oil, by Thomas Ciarniello and 100 Views of Home #31, 3-plate etching by Ann Zahn.

 

Solo Preview 2015

Solo Preview 2015

Get psyched for a year of fantastic solo artists! Check out the solo room for one work by each of these artists: three painters, two printmakers, one ceramic artist, and one Kirié artist — that’s the Japanese artform of cutting a single piece of black paper into an image.

Both these exhibits are open through Monday, January 2 with an opening reception today (Thursday) at 6:30!

A sculpture by Kathlyn Avila, a painting by Claudia Cappelle, and a lithograph by Wijati Soemantoro.
A sculpture by Kathlyn Avila, a painting by Claudia Cappelle, and a lithograph by Wijati Soemantoro.

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