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Artful Weekend March 30 – 31
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Artful Weekend March 30 – 31

"Under the Bridge," photography by Barry Dunn, is on view in March's Open Exhibit through April 7.

Welcome to Artful Weekend

-our listing of area art exhibits and events-

This weekend: March 2024 Open Exhibit and Lines in Color by Alyse Radenovic at the League; Local Flavor/Local Artists at Calloway Fine Art; Seen Better Times at Multiple Exposures Gallery; and Destinations at The Mansion at Strathmore.

 

 

March 2024 Open Exhibit

Forcing Forsythia by Carolyn Marshall Wright; Acrylic

Diverse artworks by member artists are the feature of Open Exhibits at The Art League. This month, 99 artworks—painting, drawing, photography, fiber art, ceramics, and mixed media—are on view. The March Open Exhibit was juried by artist Juliette Colas, and is on view through April 7.

 

 

Lines in Color by Alyse Radenovic

Alyse Radenovic at the opening of Lines in Color.

March solo artist Alyse Radenovic employs multifold vertical lines in an array of colors for the 11 works featured in her solo exhibit Lines in Color. Each painting is an elaborate yet streamlined nexus of consonant and dissonant color combinations, creating harmonious statements from the interconnection of disparate hues. Each composition is a rich and unified tapestry, at once dynamic and serene. Lines of Color is on view through April 7.

 

 

Local Flavor/Local Artists

Green House by Josie Vosoba; Oil on linen

Calloway Fine Art & Consulting presents Local Flavor/Local Artists, the gallery’s second annual DMV group exhibition of 26 local artists showing artwork inspired by DC, Virginia, and Maryland. The 50 artworks— landscapes, cityscapes, and iconic landmarks— capture the spirit of our area. It is on view through April 6;1643 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington D.C.

 

 

Seen Better Times

Pacific Theater by Eric Johnson

Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG) presents Seen Better Times, a group exhibition that depicts scenes that have “seen better days.” Juror Michael Borek says the images he chose from the 14 included photographers go behind the surface of obvious decay and “invite viewers to use their imaginations to finish the hint of a story that is sketched out, but unfinished.” Exhibition artists include Soomin Ham, Tim Hyde, Eric Johnson, Irina Lawton, Sandy LeBrun-Evans, Matt Leedham, Francine B. Livaditis, Maureen Minehan, David Myers, Van Pulley, Sarah Hood Salomon, Alan Sislen, Tom Sliter and Fred Zafran. It is on view through April 7. MEG is located in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, Virginia.

 

 

Destinations

Along the Path, Looking North by Jennifer Allevato

From mountains and meandering streams to blue skies and cerulean seas, Destinations, at The Mansion at Strathmore, examines depictions of location through the eyes of sojourning artists. Whether a secluded lakeside scene or the hum of a bustling city, this exhibition elevates aesthetics beyond a travel snapshot. Art League member Jennifer Allevato is among the 19 artists featured in this group show. It is on view through April 12;10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda, Maryland.

 

Enjoy the weekend!

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