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Artful Weekend March 5 – 5

2023 Student/Faculty Show

Welcome to Artful Weekend

-our listing of area art exhibits and events-

This weekend: Student/Faculty Show at the League; Away From Home at DISTRICT Arts; The Wind We Cannot See at Touchstone Gallery; and Oleg Kudryashov: A Tribute to the Life of An Artist at Gallery Neptune & Brown.



The Art League Student/Faculty Show


The 2023 Student/Faculty Show is now on view.

The artistry of our many students and instructors is on display in our annual Student/Faculty Show. The exhibit is back in person this year and features 263 works in a variety of mediums including painting, printmaking, ceramics, metalsmithing, and jewelry making. Don’t miss our youth art exhibit, featuring the works of young student artists, on view on the second-floor corridor. The Student/Faculty Show is on view through Sunday, March 5. Join us that day for a closing reception from 2 – 4 pm.



Home Away From Home


Images courtesy of DISTRICT Arts.

Artist Laurenee Gauvin pays homage to her Haitian roots in Home Away from Home, colorful, cubist style paintings and upholstered furniture to match. Home Away From Home opens at DISTRICT Arts Saturday, March 4, with a reception from 5 – 7 pm, and is on view through March 26; 15 North Market Street, Frederick, Maryland.



The Wind We Cannot See

Image courtesy of Touchstone Gallery.

“The wind can be fierce and graceful, sublime, and holy,” says Arlington, Virginia-based artist Sharon Malley. “It is our first breath, the source of earth’s weather, and yet elusive, transient, and intangible.” The Wind We Cannot See, Malley’s first solo exhibition at Touchstone Gallery, features paintings and mixed media works that evoke her deep reverence for, and connection to, the forces of nature manifested in movements of air. It is on view through March 26, with an opening reception Saturday, March 4 from 4 – 7 pm; 901 New York Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.



Oleg Kudryashov: A Tribute to the Life of An Artist

Composition, Pl. 2335, 1995, drypoint and watercolor on paper.

The iconography of Russian artist Oleg Kudryashov’s prints, whether it is a composition, relief or construction, focuses on the scenes and cityscapes of post-war Moscow. He created some of his strongest work from memory while living in London between 1974 and 1997. The Gallery Neptune & Brown presents Oleg Kudryashov: A Tribute to the Life of An Artist, an exhibition celebrating 40 years of showcasing the late artist’s work. It is on view through April 8; 1530 14th Street NW, Washington, D.C.


Enjoy the weekend!










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