GALLERIES a guide to Washington/Baltimore

GALLERIES
a guide to Washington/Baltimore
metropolitan area art spaces
November 2014
November openings
1 Saturday
5-9 pm: The Artists Gallery, Maryland Charles Bowers. See image, p.4.
5-8 pm: Washington Printmakers
Gallery, Georgetown - Terry Svat.
2-6 pm: Zenith Gallery, (see Downtown
DC) - Master of Illusion: Through the
Mediums of Joan Konkel.
2 Sunday
2-4 pm: Montpelier Arts Center, Maryland- All Hung Exhibition, Megan Van
Wagoner, Lori Ulmer-Hanson.
7 Friday
6-9 pm: International Art and Artists,
Hillyer Art Space, Dupont CircleChristine Pearl, Visible Iceland, Anthony
Palliparambil.
6-8 pm: Marsha Mateyka Gallery, Dupont
Circle - Stephen Talasnik: Linear Transformations, Structures of Questionable Origins.
6-8 pm: Studio Gallery, Dupont Circle Thierry Guillemin, Yvette Kraft, Trix Kuijper.
6-8:30 pm: Touchstone Gallery, Downtown - The Observant Eye, David Alfuth,
[email protected]
8 Saturday
4-6 pm: Studio Gallery, Dupont Circle Thierry Guillemin, Yvette Kraft, Trix Kuijper.
2-4 pm: Printmakers, Inc., Oldtown
Alexandria- JOINTVENTURE.
6-9 pm: Workhouse Arts Center, Virginia2nd Saturday Art Walk.
6 Thursday
5-7 pm: Watergate Gallery, Downtown DC Alexander Vasiljev .
7-9 pm: McLean Project for the Arts,
Virginia - Rachel Rotenberg, Ryan Carr
Johnson, JD Deardourff.
6-8 pm: Stevenson University School of
Design Gallery, Baltimore - Baltimore
Help Portrait.
7 Friday
6-8:30 pm: Alex Gallery, Dupont Circle European and American painters; German
sculptor Otto Scherer. Gallery A: Paintings
by George Iso and maps by artistic cartographer Michael Reagan.
6:30 - 8:30 pm: Arts Club of Washington,
Downtown - Jane Godfrey, Leslie Nolan,
Bob Tetro. Spilsbury Gallery: Featured
Artist: V. Ito Briones.
7-9 pm: Del Ray Artisans, Oldtown
Alexandria - Nourish & Flourish: The
Food Show.
6-8 pm: Foundry Gallery, Dupont Circle Donna K. McGee.
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9 Sunday
3-5 pm: Maryland Federation of Art
Gallery on the Circle, Annapolis Strokes Of Genius: A Fine Art Painting
Exhibition.
2-4 pm: Multiple Exposures Gallery,
Oldtown Alexandria - Invitational
Photography Exhibit.
12 Wednesday
6-8 pm: Media Arts Gallery MC Rockville,
Maryland - Eternal Photographs: Celebrating Traditional Historical Processes.
14 Friday
6-9 pm: Waverly Street Gallery, Bethesda
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15 Saturday
6:30-8:30 pm: Adah Rose Gallery,
Maryland (see our website) - Brian
Dupont. Music by Terraplane.
2-5 pm: The Loft Gallery, Virginia - Graciela
Congote Keane.
6-8:30 pm: Touchstone Gallery, Downtown - The Observant Eye, David Alfuth,
[email protected]
19 Wednesday
6-8 pm: C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore Carol Frost.
21 Friday
6-8 pm: Susan Calloway Fine Arts,
Georgetown - Nurieh Mozaffari: Paris
Révé.
4-8 pm: The Loft Gallery, Virginia - Holiday
Treasures: Annual Small Works and
Miniatures Show.
5-8 pm: The Old Print Gallery, Georgetown
- 2014 Winter Contemporary Show.
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21 Friday
4-8 pm: Zenith Gallery, (see Downtown
DC) - The Art of Anne Bouie: Transformative Roots & Ritual Objects.
22 Saturday
3-6 pm: Zenith Gallery, (see Downtown
DC) - The Art of Anne Bouie: Transformative Roots & Ritual Objects.
28 Friday
10 am-7 pm: Workhouse Arts Center,
Virginia- Black Friday Holiday Celebration
at the Workhouse.
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Charles Bowers
The Cigar, from Faces of Cuba
pigment ink on watercolor paper
thru The Artists Gallery
301-696-8187
216 N. Market Street, Frederick, Md.
oct 31-nov 1/recep 5-9
Donna K. McGee
Hush
36"x 36", acrylic on canvas
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NOVEMBER 2014
WHAT WAS I THINKING – Abstract
painting by Donna K. McGee
is her two-year study of color,
texture, and form.
Working in acrylic and texture often on a large scale,
McGee's bold painterly brushwork combines with
dramatic forms and color for a breathtaking impact upon
the viewer.
McGee is frequently asked, “What were you thinking
when you painted this?” She answers, “Sometimes I have
no memory of how it all came together. That may sound
odd. I am very intuitive when I paint; I become totally
immersed in the colors, textures, and form as they mix
and change before my eyes.
“I’m always moved when others tell me about things they
see in my paintings, that I never intended. The show will
include my thoughts along side each painting as part of
the exhibition. WHAT WAS I THINKING? is seldom what
the viewer sees and I love that interaction. What others
think while viewing my work becomes – All in the eye of
the beholder.”
McGee has caught the interest of collectors and her work
can be found in DC area corporate conference rooms,
lobbies, and private homes, as well as in PA, OR, NC, New
York, Chicago, and London.
The Foundry Gallery
1314 18th St NW, First Floor, (202) 463-0203
November 5-November 30
Reception: Friday, November 7, 6-8 pm
Addison Ripley Fine Art
Burton Marinkovich Fine Art
Susan Calloway Fine Art
Cross Mackenzie Gallery
Eisley Fine Art
Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Barbara Fendrick Fine Art
Jane Haslem Gallery
Maurine Littleton Gallery
Marsha Mateyka Gallery
Parish Gallery
Principle Gallery
Watergate Gallery
Lavinia Wohlfarth Gallery
Zenith Gallery
For more than thirty
years, members of the
Art Dealers
Association of
Greater Washington
(ADAGW) have
represented a broad
spectrum of fine art
experiences and
disciplines. They are
proud of their ongoing
contributions to the
cultural life of the
Washington, DC
community.
Members are
acknowledged experts
in their chosen fields
and maintain the
highest business
standards in
exhibiting and selling
fine art. Visit ADAGW
online for a listing of
current members and
activities.
www.washingtonartdealers.org
Downtown
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"Aaron Gallery
2017 Eye St NW, (202) 331-7282, ext 119. Free
and open to the public Tues-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2;
please call to confirm hours and availability.
2101 L Street NW Ste. 800
Hours: By Appointment Only, 202.234.3311
Aaron Gallery is a contemporary art space
committed to bringing the public the finest
Abstract Expressionist painting and sculpture,
with an emphasis on color. It proudly represents many local, national, and international
artists working in a variety of media.
November 7 – 29: Curator: Erich Keel, Head of
Education at the Kreegar Museum (Emeritus.)
Artists: Jane Godfrey, Leslie Nolan, Bob Tetro.
Spilsbury Gallery, Featured Artist: V. Ito Briones.
$Luther W. Brady
The George Washington University, Media &
Public Affairs Building, 805 21st St NW, 2nd
floor, (202) 994-1525. Open Tues-Fri 10-5:
Acclaimed contemporary abstract expressionist
Duane Cregger’s newest works on view thru
Dec 22 at the gallery’s Chevy Chase location.
We continue to display the works of highly
esteemed Washington DC -based painter
Javier Cabada with his series Chromatisms,
#November 21. High-resolution
through Friday,
images available upon request.
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Susan Roth: Form, Frame, Fold featuring
acrylic paintings and steel paintings in this
DC debut by artist Susan Roth, October 22 January 30, 2015.
Catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Free
and open to the public
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/Touchstone Gallery
901 NY Ave, NW, 202.347.2787.
email: [email protected]
Open Wed-Th, 11-6, , Fri 11-8, Sat-Sun 12-5.
www.touchstonegallery.com.
November 7-30, 2014:
linocuts, Flip of the Coin, Lonesome George and
Ronald the Lame by Norman Strike. Also, the
etching Supreme Court by Nancy Ingram; Bella
Jacob’s etching, Scandal, inspired by Watergate; Andrew Jackson, in a silkscreen Stars
of the Past by Laura Huff. The assemblage
November by Claudia Vess alludes to voting,
as does her etching Count, included in the The
Cabinet Portfolio Project VOTE. The project
includes work from Gallery 10, closed in 2010.
GALLERY A: The Observant Eye. See the world
interpreted through each Touchstone member artist's eyes. Attentive and sharp-eyed,
they express their vision in photography as
well as other media.
Zenith Gallery
GALLERY B: Best of Both Styles by David Alfuth.
3D Collage. Works on paper of various
textures, patterns, and shapes combined with
the element of depth.
1429 Iris St NW. For an appointment, info,
gallery hours & address call 202-783-2963
email: [email protected]
www.zenithgallery.com.
GALLERY C: [email protected] by
Harvey Kupferberg, Mike Lang, Cathy
Leaycraft, Rosemary Luckett, Pete
McCutchen, Newton More, Mary D. Ott.
The Gallery at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave
NW, (12th & Penn NW)
Weekdays, 8 am - 7 pm; Sat & Sun by appt:
&Watergate Gallery
Watergate Mall, 2552 Virginia Ave NW
(202) 338-4488, fax (202) 338-4489
Open Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 12-5.
www.watergategalleryframedesign.com
Alexander Vasiljev -Wicked Maine, Nov 4
- 29. Vasiljev returns to the gallery with
photographs capturing spectacular glimpses of
Maine taken on a recent visit. This exhibition
is done in conjunction with FotoWeekDC.
Artist website: AlexanderVasiljev.com. Artist
talk: Thurs, Nov 13, 6pm. Watergate Gallery
offers preservation custom picture framing.
/Wonder Graphics
1000 Vermont Ave NW, near McPherson Sq.
(202) 898-1700. Open 11-5, Mon - FrI:
The Cabinet Art (see also Uptown/DC):
RED, WHITE and BLUE, Nov 3-28. Washington
DC Area artists pay homage to this company
town by celebrating our right to vote in the
exhbition: RED, WHITE and BLUE. The show
highlights political art with humor, and art in
patriotic colors. Featured are trenchant
Home is Where the Art Is II, thru January 3,
2015. Art, Furniture and Accessories for your
Home, Office and Holidays, Girardini DesignJulie & Ken Girardini.
Located in Uptown/DC:
Zenith Gallery Salon, 1429 Iris St NW: Jewelry by the Sea, creations by Jennifer Stone.
Exclusive 2 day Exhibit: Friday November 21,
4-8 pm & Saturday November 22, 12-6pm.
Master of Illusion: Through the Mediums of Joan
Konkel, October 31 – December 6. Konkel’s
work aims to create a unique dimension where
light, color, and space interact with planes of
layered mesh to form a visual labyrinth. When
bouncing rays combine, light amplifies and
potentially creates luminosity. In physics, this
is known as constructive interference.
The Art of Anne Bouie: Transformative Roots &
Ritual Objects, November 2 - January 17, 2015.
Come experience the intricate charm of these
transcendental objects.
Zenith provides high-quality acquisition,
consulting and commissioning services to residential /corporate clients via its website, salon
gallery, or by appt and house calls.
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Motherwell, Kiki Smith, Wayne Thiebaud &
others. Paintings by Mary Grigonis, gouaches
by Geoffrey Baker. Estate of Mary Louise Cline.
New acquisitions of early prints by Terry Winters.
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1314 18th St NW, First Floor, (202) 463-0203,
Wed-Sun 12-6, Sat & Sun 12-6.
Metro at Dupont Circle. 5
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Open Tues-Sat 11-5, Sun & Mon by appt.
www.Alexgalleries.com.
November 5 - 30: What Was I Thinking?
Abstract Painting by Donna K. McGee is the
Alex Gallery: European and American painters;
result of McGee's two-year study of texture and
German sculptor Otto Scherer.
form. Working in acrylic, often on a large scale,
Gallery A: Paris-Rio-Washington, Paintings
her bold, painterly brushwork and depth of
by George Iso and continuation of the map
field have an impact both striking and meditaexhibit by artistic cartographer Michael
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all came together," she says. "I become totally
immersed in the colors and form as they mix
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and change, and only when my eye is satisfied
1506 21st St NW, (202) 296-6563, FAX (202)
can I put my brush down." McGee's work is in
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Jane Haslem Gallery
2025 Hillyer Place NW. Open Wed-Sat noon - 5
pm, also by appt, 202-232-4644, [email protected]
com. www.janehaslemgallery.com
Seven Angels Arrive to Witness the Fall of the
Last Leaf, an installation of movable drawings
in prismacolor pencil drawn into wet gesso on
mahogany panels, oil paintings on multiple
panels and etchings by TOM EDWARDS.
ist is also well known for large scale sculptural
installations in such public venues as the Denver
Botanic Gardens & Storm King Art Center.
Also available for viewing: works by William
T. Wiley, Jae Ko, Aline Feldman, Jim Sanborn,
Nancy Wolf, Susan Eder and Craig Dennis, Sam
Gilliam, Gene Davis and Nathan Oliveira.
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)International Arts & Artists’
2008 R St., NW, Washington, DC 20009
Open daily 10 am to 5pm. Also available afterhours by appointment.
[email protected]
(301) 651-1897, (202) 234-4199, (202) 5066881.
9 Hillyer Ct. NW, 202-338-0680, Fax 202-3330758. email: [email protected],
Mon. 10-5, Tues.-Fri. 10-7, Sat. 11-4.
www.artsandartists.org.
Rappaport Art Collection is an eclectic collection of arts from emerging, local artists
to world renowned masters on display in a
historic house at the heart of Dupont Circle in
Washington, DC.
November 7 - 26: Christine Pearl – Last Car
Running. A series of photographs about the
culture of the demolition derby, about people
who embrace the charm of destruction.
Our collection includes paintings, drawings,
etchings, serigraphs, photographs, sculptures
and African tribal arts in diverse genres ranging
from abstraction to realism.
Visible Iceland - An exhibition by both American
and Icelandic photographers, exploring the
sheer natural beauty of the Icelandic landscape,
and the different personalities that make up
this small country. Work by Jillian Watkins,
Elena Sheehan, Katrín Elvarsdóttir, Friðgeir.
Featured artists include Sam Gilliam, Sol
LeWitt, Jacques Lipchitz, Marc Chagall, Sue Williams, Lee Krasner, Roy Lichtenstein, Leonard
Baskin, Salvador Dalí, Reuven Rubin, Gene
Davis, Louis Icart, Ansel Adams, Berenice
Abbott, Annie Leibovitz, Yousuf Karsh, Bert
Stern, Roy Schatt, Müllner, D. H. Chiparus,
Pierre Jules Mêne, Frederic Remington, PaulÉdouard Delabrièrre, and many more.
Also: New ethings, digital prints and silk screens
by Nancy McIntyre, Elizabeth Peak and Anne
Chesnut.
Hillyer Art Space
Anthony Palliparambil – #reIMAGINE. The roles
of rebirth, technology, and social media in the
arts today. Using images from his personal
archive of photographs, Palliparambil edits
them using only an iPad. He posted each image
to social media platforms, encouraging feedback from an international audience. The series
eventually grew into an interactive project.
Marsha Mateyka Gallery
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2012 R Street NW, (202) 328-0088. fax: (202)
332-0520, e-mail: [email protected]
Open Wed-Sat 11-5.
Nov 7 – Dec 20: Stephen Talasnik: Linear
Transformations, Structures of Questionable
Origins: An exhibition of large scale drawings
and sculpture by this New York artist. The art-
#Studio Gallery
2108 R St NW (Lower level, First Floor. (202)
232-8734. email [email protected]
Wed-Fri 1-6 pm, Sat 11-6 pm. Thru November 22: Thierry Guillemin-Blue
States, an abstract exploration of the color blue.
Yvette Kraft-The Force of Red. Red has always
been the artist's favorite color. Curated by
James Phillips.
Trix Kuijper-Trove. Collections of shapes and
thought from a natural, hard-edged past and
an uncertain future.
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young art student in Tehran, Nurieh Mozaffari
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Observations of Form, thru November 15. The
relationship between the work of Michael
Hampton and Paul Jett is one of both harmony
and contrast. Hampton’s watercolors highlight
the absolute symmetry and precision of neoclassical architecture, which emphasizes exacting classical line and proportion. Jett’s photographs capture flora he comes across while
taking walks in the woods—like dangling tree
limbs or Spanish moss. Yet both artists demonstrate the power of simplicity, the impact of
a clean line, and the drama of using negative
space. These qualities bring cohesion and unity
to their very dissimilar subject matter.
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e-mail: [email protected]
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November 21 – December 6: DIANA WALKER:
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Tues - Fri, 11 - 5:30 and by appt.
(202) 338-5180, fax (202) 338-2341
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revolution generation in Iran, Mozaffari faced
tough European tourist visa restrictions which
prevented her from traveling to the place
she most desired to visit. In 1998, Mozaffari
immigrated to Canada and, after receiving her
Canadian passport, finally realized her dream
of visiting Paris. The exhibition represents
Mozaffari’s 30-year love affair with the city.
Mozaffari’s use of gold leaf evokes the Baroque
domes of 17th century Paris. Her color palette
captures the famous “gris” of the Paris sky and
the sparkling atmosphere that typifies “The
City of Light”.
Susan Calloway Fine Arts specializes in contemporary art by local, regional, and international artists, antique American and European
oil paintings, and a carefully chosen selection
of 17th-19th century prints. The gallery also
specializes in conservation framing using
archival-quality materials and techniques, and
in traditional French mat decoration. The
gallery provides extensive art consulting
services for business and residential clients
and collaborates with architecture and design
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Cross MacKenzie Gallery
1675 Wisconsin Ave NW, 202.337.7970
www.crossmackenzie.com
GENERIC ART SOLUTIONS, thru Nov 29th. This
New Orleans-based art duo use nearly every
art medium to examine the recurring themes
of human drama and the (dis)functions of
contemporary society. Always rooted in performance, they play every character in their work.
In their more distilled “duets” we see something
of a yin and yang (a balance between individuals that aren’t quite interchangeable), but in
their more elaborate “stageings” the result is as
epic as the subject matter itself. By combining
Classical, Romantic, and Baroque compositional
elements with contemporary pictorial techniques, they manage to illuminate the common
thread that connects past histories with current
events. This strategy creates something of a
“Déjà Vu effect” that is often driven by the wellknown works of art they reference.
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Maurine Littleton Gallery
1667 Wisconsin Ave. NW, between Q St &
Reservoir Road, (202) 333-9307. email: [email protected]
littletongallery.com. Open: Tues-Sat 11-6.
www.littletongallery.com.
Located in historic Georgetown, Maurine
Littleton Gallery exhibits the work of leading
contemporary artists in glass, metal, and ceramics - including Harvey K. Littleton, Dale Chihuly,
Dante Marioni, Richard Marquis, Ginny Ruffner,
Therman Statom, Colin Reid, and Albert Paley.
/The Old Print Gallery
1220 31st St NW, (202) 965-1818
Open Tues-Sat, 10am- 5:20pm.
www.oldprintgallery.com
Thru November 15: Ink & Grain highlights 20th
century printmakers who excelled in woodcuts
and wood engravings. American printmakers experimented heavily with technique, by
manipulating the grain of the wooden matrix
and crafting new methods of ink and color
application. Artists created editioned prints,
hand-made books, and commercial book illustrations in the form.
Our 2014 Winter Contemporary Show, Nov
21-Feb 14. Over twenty artists, who use
printmaking as their primary medium, were
selected. Their works reflect the current eclecticism of contemporary printmaking. Highlights
include prints by local DC artists Susan Goldman and Jake Muirhead, East Coast artists
Heather McMordie, Su-Li Hung, and Robert
Kipniss, and international printmakers Cleo
Wilkinson and Nancy Previs.
The Old Print Gallery specializes in contemporary
and early 20th century prints, from American and
local DC artists. Established in historic Georgetown in 1971, the gallery has become one of the
most respected antique print and map galleries
in the United States, with an extensive collection
in American historic prints, botanicals, Currier &
Ives, Audubon’s, American town views, and maps
of the United States. The gallery also specializes
in conservation framing, using archival-quality
materials and techniques.
$Washington Printmakers Gallery
1641 Wisconsin Ave NW, Wed - Sun 12-5
202-669-1497
[email protected]
www.washingtonprintmakers.com
My 20 20 Vision – Experimental Works by Terry
Svat thru Nov 30. Svat's 2020 Vision has tapped
into the mysterious images of the past as well
as her own past works to produce another new
idea. Even before you enter Terry Svat’s exhibit
you will be greeted by her “larger than life” cutouts. They encourage you to look more closely
at the collection of ideas, symbols, markings,
and tiny pieces integrated in her work.
Washington Printmakers Gallery is a cooperative print gallery founded in 1985. Since that
time, it has been the Washington area’s primary
source for contemporary, artist-pulled fine art
prints. Its exceptional local and national member artists exhibit regularly in group and solo
shows.
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Artists, thru Dec 14. Jenn De Palma, Ding Ren,
Siobhan Rigg, and Sandra Rottmann.
Sam Noto, Steel Sculpture: Anxiety and Hope,
thru March 15.
November 8 through December 14:
The Intimate Diebenkorn: Works on Paper,
1949–1992. The first show produced by the
Diebenkorn Foundation. This extraordinary
exhibition features 40 pieces, most of which
have never been publicly viewed. The selected
works of pencil and ink drawings on paper,
collages of torn paper, and watercolors portray a richly intimate glimpse into the artist's
evolution spanning more than 40 years.
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Bill Schmidt, Jean Schwartz, Carol Spils and
Michele Martin Taylor. Nov 22 to Jan 31: Small
Treasures, our annual exhibit featuring small
scale works in oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor,
and mixed media by members of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters, gallery
artists and guest artists.
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Eugenic Minds project, comprised of a
documentary by Pavel Stingl, animations
and paintings by Xenia Hoffmeisterová, and
literary artwork by Patrik Ouředník, offers
timeless meditation upon the abuse of the
human pinnacles of science and education.
Sculpture Now 2014: WSG 30th Anniversary.
The Washington Sculptors Group celebrates
its 30th anniversary by bringing together a
diverse collection of current sculptural art.
The notion of sculpture has evolved dramatically in the last thirty years.
My Oyster #7: Michelle Grabner & Brad Killam,
a collaboration between this husband and
wife pair working together since 1992.
Ad Infinitum Curated by Lauren Rice and
Brian Barr, Ad Infinitum brings together the
work of Clifford Borress, Ian Pedigo, and
Letha Wilson, all asked to create new, sitespecific works for this exhibition.
Lay of the Land: The work of Alan Sonfist
(Surface Memory) and Karin F. Giusti (Three
Seasons at Black Forest Farm).
%The Cabinet Art
4622 Wisconsin Ave NW, 202-328-8100, 301461-1124. Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 11-5. Exhibitions at Wonder Graphics, 1000 Vermont
Ave, near McPherson Square (see Downtown.) www.thecabinetart.com
Contemporary art on paper by DC Area
artists to suit your budget and your style.
Other media and artblog on the web.
RED, WHITE AND BLUE, Nov 3- 28.
Top Drawer: Art that is red, white, blue,
or all three and more colors as well as
work that is political or expresses politics
in action whether personal or collective.
Second Drawer: Experimental works in all
media.
Browse portfolios of artwork by Cabinet Artists: Blankstein, Cusick, George, Huff, Maiorana, Mark, Penay, Segnan, Strike, Turner, A.
Unger, N. Unger, Vess, Zahn and guests.
Jerry L. Eisley Fine Art
By appointment: 202 417-8392
www.eisleyfineart.com
Contact: [email protected]
Please view our online and by appointment
gallery with new paintings from hand selected
gallery artists. We offer full service custom
framing, curatorial services, conservation
and installation for any of your art needs.
Conveniently located in the Metro DC area,
we travel to you and all our framing includes
installation.
$Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Vintage and Contemporary Photography,
3615 Ordway St NW, 202-328-0955. By
appointment convenient to your schedule.
www.kathleenewinggallery.com
Master & Contemporary Photography,
including A. Aubrey Bodine, Esther
Bubley, Willy Ronis, August Sander, Phil
Borges, John Grant, Alex MacLean, Darrow
Montgomery, Mark Power, Rosamond
Purcell, John Reef, Steve Szabo and others.
Lavinia Wohlfarth Galleries
3418 9th Street NE, Brookland, DC
202-526-8022 (g), 203-397-1125 (c)
[email protected]
www.wohlfarthgalleries.com
A Fine Art Gallery of paintings, fine drawings, and sculpture. Established in 1990, the
gallery is rich in the tradition of American
Impressionism from the Painters of the
Cape Cod School of Art in the Tradition of
Charles W. Hawthorne and Henry Hensche.
Large permanent collection. New work by
Lisa Farrell, William Papaleo, Flynn Geissel.
Zenith Gallery, see Downtown, p. 6
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"Bethesda Fine Art
5001 Wilson Lane, 2nd Floor
(corner of Old Georgetown Rd.)
e-mail: [email protected]
www.bethesdafineart.com
Open by appointment: 914.806.1979 or
914.720.0664.
New Acquisitons by Washington Color School
Artists: Sam Gilliam, Gene Davis, Willem De
Looper.
Bethesda Fine Art features contemporary
paintings, prints and works on paper by major
20th century artists.
Works by Joseph Albers, Ilya Bolotowsky,
Alexander Calder, Gene Davis, Sonia Delaunay,
Howard Hodgkin, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol Lewitt,
Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella. Special interest
in Washington Color School: Leon Berkowitz,
Cynthia Bickley, Ken Young.
!Waverly Street Gallery
4600 East-West Highway, Suite 120
(entrance on Waverly St.), Bethesda
(301) 951-9441, Tues-Sat 12-6.
www.waverlystreetgallery.com.
Photo Synthesis: Botanical Prints by Liz Wolf and
new work by gallery artists.
Liz Wolf’s recent work continues her interest in
reducing natural forms to their visual essence.
The shape, texture and color of a natural element is synthesized into an abstraction. Her
intent is to convey to the viewer the sensuous
impression of the botanical.
The monoprints, each unique, are constructed
by overlaying many layers of etching ink onto
a heavy artist paper. The artist uses digital
imagery that is transferred and leaves that are
inked and printed. An array of contemporary
printing techniques is used for image transfer.
The techniques include: drawing thin layers of
ink on plexiglass, transferring digital images via
lithographic techniques, gum transfer and color
xerox transfer.
Please visit www.lizwolfgraphics.com.
"What do you think an artist is? ...he is a
political being, constantly aware of the
heart breaking, passionate, or delightful
things that happen in the world, shaping
himself completely in their image. Painting
is not done to decorate apartments. It is
an instrument of war.”
Pablo Picasso
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Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sat
by appt, 12 – 5 pm.
www.goyacontemporary.com.
Thru Nov 7: Joyce J. Scott: Can't We All Just
Get Along? Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky):
Surveillance.
Jo Smail: Leaning Over the Edge of the Moon,
Nov 19 - January 20.
Upcoming Fair: IFPDA Print Fair, New York, NY,
November 5 - 9.
Stevenson University Galleries
Art Gallery and St. Paul Companies Pavilion,
1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson,
MD, (443) 352-4491. School of Design Gallery, 11200 Gundry Lane, Owings Mills, MD
(443) 352 4491
Art Gallery: Painting in Circles, Kevin Labadie,
through Dec. 18. Art Talk: Wednesday, Nov. 12,
5 pm. Kevin Labadie’s painting, installations,
and sculpture have been exhibited internationally as well as throughout the mid-Atlantic
region and he has been the recipient of
numerous awards and grants. Labadie packs
his work with an eye to salvaging the elusive
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Smith, a freelance photojournalist, covers the
Baltimore-Washington metropolitan region
and beyond. Sport: Near and Far showcases a
variety of telling sports photographs captured
by Smith, from the major leagues to the
obscure competitions, from the jubilation of
victory to the anguish of defeat.
School of Design Gallery: Baltimore Help
Portrait, Nov. 6-Jan. 9. Help-Portrait is a community of photographers around the world
that comes together to use their photography
skills to give back to their local communities.
Each December, Baltimore-area photographers
and Stevenson students photograph those in
need who wouldn’t normally have access to
professional photography. The pictures are
printed and given free of charge. Often these
images are the only pictures a person has had
in decades or that a family may have together.
The exhibition showcases a selection of the
portraits from past years, demonstrating the
Help-Portrait’s motto, “A picture is worth.”
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"The Delaplaine Visual Arts
Education Center
MARYLAND
Map #'s outside Beltway indicate general direction
)American Center for Physics
Gallery
One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD
(301) 209-3125. Open Mon-Fri 9-5
Density Fluctuations: paintings by Shanthi
Chandrasekar, photographs by Stephen Schiff
and sculptures/mixed media works by Ellyn
Weiss; thru April 10, 2015.
(Columbia Art Center Galleries
6100 Foreland Garth, Columbia
(410) 730-0075. Mon-Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm,
Fri 9:30am-9pm, Sat 9:30am-5pm, Sun noon5pm. [email protected]
www.columbiaartcenter.org.
Call for November information.
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40 South Carroll Street, Frederick,
301-698-0656. Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 11-5.
www.delaplaine.org
Located on the banks of Carroll Creek Linear
Park in historic downtown Frederick, this
award-winning art center offers three floors
of studios and galleries. A 40,000 square-foot
flagship of the arts, the Delaplaine Arts Center
features five exhibit spaces showcasing local,
regional, and national artists.
November 1 - 30: National Juried Photography
Exhibit. Juror: Frank Van Riper.
November 1 - December 21: NIRANJAN PATEL:
Beauty in Remnants. Digital Photography.
Continuing exhibits: Through November 23:
DAVID R ALLISON: The Pennsylvania Project.
Archival Pigment Prints.
Focus at the Delaplaine is a month-long
celebration (November) of photography,
featuring exhibits, events, and educational
offerings within our facility and throughout
the Frederick community. Go to delaplaine.
org for the listings to discover opportunities
Nassera Dahmani
Waiting "Berber Portrait"
16” x 20”, oil on canvas
at the Yellow Barn Gallery, November 1
(noon-8pm) and November 2 (noon-5 pm.)
For more information contact the Yellow
Barn Gallery (www.yellowbarnstudio.com)
at 1-301-371-5593. Glen Echo Park, 7300
MacArthur Blvd, Glen Echo (the intersection
of Goldsboro Rd and MacArthur Blvd).
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40 S. Carroll St., Frederick, MD 21701
301.698.0656 • delaplaine.org
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BLHarmony Hall Regional
Center Gallery
10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, 803.
Open M-Fri 8:30 am- 7:45 pm, Sat 10 am -2
pm. All exhibitions and receptions are free
public events. 301.203.6070.
Thru December 12. FIVE MAKE ART-Five artists
explore the natural and built worlds, society,
and fantasy through expressive, conceptual
work. Working in varied mediums—paint,
clay, and pastels as well as furniture, molded
Styrofoam, art paper, and plants—Gloria
Chapa, Ellen Cornett, Liz Lescault, Pam Rogers,
and Claudia Vess reveal their edge and feminist eye. Evocative and ambiguous organic
forms appear in Lescault’s work, and botanic
magical realism is conjured from natural
materials in Rogers’s art; Chapa reconfigures
domestic discards to explore the detritus
of modern life; and Vess’s machine-formed
Styrofoam sculptures call to mind the built
environment, while Cornett’s dark fairytales
explore the terrain of subtext and dreams.
based installation investigates the notion
of consumerism through the incorporation of the iconography and visual motifs
from U.S. currency. Colorful images and
abstractions spread from wall to canvas
to floor enticing the viewer to look more
closely at our representations of value.
Open Gallery: thru November 6: Peter
Quinn, Gravity Drawings: The Mark, Action,
and Motion. Quinn’s drawings are the
records of an action fueled by gravity.
November 17–January 2: Meggan GouldTraces Of Vision. Capturing layers of visual
information that are not the primary photographic image, but the traces left after
viewing the image.
&The Mansion at Strathmore
10701 Rockville Pike, N. Bethesda, GrosvenorMetro, desk (301) 581-5109, (301) 581-5200,
Tu, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 10am-4pm, Sun 12-4, Wed
10am-9pm:
1st Floor: Time After Time, November 22 –
January 4. No one can turn back time…but in
this amazing exhibit artists explore the beauty
that lurks undercover in watches, clocks, and
time pieces. Take a look at the fleeting beauty
(Howard Community College of time and timepieces in this show which
includes pieces on loan from the National
Horowitz Center for Visual & Performing Arts
Watch & Clock Museum in Pennsylvania.
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia,
443-518-4189. Email: [email protected]
2nd Floor: The 81st Annual Exhibition of Fine
Thru Nov 16: The Rouse Company Foundation
Art in Miniature, November 22 – January 4.
Gallery: Resonance of the West and the EastOver 600 works featured. It’s a big exhibit of
Contemporary Chinese Art Invitational
mini-masterpieces; a celebration of vision and
scale, and an exquisite look at how talent and
Art Department Gallery: Shin Yeon Jeon, From
attention to detail come together to create
Visible to Invisible.
jaw-dropping pieces of art.
/King Street Gallery, Montgomery- INVITATIONAL GALLERY: Pastel Unleashed: A
College Takoma Park/Silver Spring
Mixed Media Approach, November 22 – JanuThe Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
ary 4. The power of pastel takes a glorious
Arts Center, 930 King St, Silver Spring
leap forward as the Maryland Pastel Society
240-567-5821. Mon-Fri 8 am - 4 pm:
opens up to include works of mixed media for
the first time in this juried show.
King St Gallery: Thru Nov 25: Matthew
Littekin, Images and Installations. Image-
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Comforts of Home by Megan Van Wagoner,
November 2 – December 31. Van Wagoner’s
sculptural work captures moments in a narrative and expresses them as artifacts that reminisce weekends on dairy farms and amongst
rolling fields of corn. In this series of current
works made from steel, cast aluminum, cast
iron, blown glass, clay, and other materials,
Comforts of Home reflects the changing value
placed on land, agricultural practices, and
food in our culture.
"Media Arts Gallery,
Montgomery College Rockville
Lower Level, Tech Center, 51 Manakee St
Mon–Wed, 10 am–6 pm, Thur, 10 am–8 pm,
Friday, 10 am–1 pm. 240-567-7521.
November 10 – December 19: Eternal
Photographs: Celebrating Traditional
Historical Processes. Photo Gathering for
Large Format and Alternative Photographic
Processes.
%Montpelier Arts Center
Lori Ulmer-Hanson, November 2-30. Lori
Ulmer-Hanson’s debut solo exhibition at
Montpelier displays current works that reflect
a passion for creating faces and figurative
forms using a diverse array of media and
provoking different moods—sometimes with
laughter and other times, with quiet force.
9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel (4 mi. from Beltway exit), (301) 377-7800. Open 7 days/
week, 10-5:
arts.pgparks.com/Our_Facilities/
Montpelier_Arts_Center.htm
All Hung Open Exhibition, November 2-30.
In the antithesis of a curated show, artists
answer a general call for entries, and every
piece of art is accepted and hung until the
walls are full. This exhibition is open to all
Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia artists, ages 18 & older. To receive a prospectus,
call Montpelier Arts Center, 301-377-7800.
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Montgomery College Rockville
Sarah Silberman Art Gallery
Paul Peck Art Building, second floor
51 Manakee Street, Rockville
(240) 567-5115. Mon-Fri 10-4:
Rockville Art Faculty Exhibition, 49th Annual
Faculty Show, November 11 – December 12.
*Still Life Gallery Fine Art
Still Life Gallery
Fine Art & Custom Framing
8173 Main St,
Ellicott City MD 21043
(410) 461-1616
www.StillLifeGallery.net
Museum Quality Framing
By Our Master Framer
At Reasonable Prices
We can frame anything!
& Custom Framing
8173 Main St Ellicott City MD 21043
(410) 461-1616. Wed thru Sun 11am-6 pm
www.stilllifegallery.net
www.facebook.com/Still.Life.Gallery
Located in the heart of Ellicott City's charming
Historic District, Still Life Gallery showcases a
large curated selection of original paintings,
prints and sculpture by premier local and
regional fine artists in a variety of styles, which
rotate continually.
We also feature a stunning collection of out-ofthe-ordinary jewelry! Our on-site custom frameshop has a 30-year legacy of expert design and
museum-quality workmanship, with all work
performed on-site by a Master Framer.
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This outstanding exhibition features 55 revolutionary woodblock prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858), recording the
scenic views along the famous "Eastern Road"
that linked Edo (now Tokyo) with Kyoto, the
ancient imperial capital of Japan. This popular
series, known as the Fifty-Three Stations of the
Tokaido Road, was published in 1833-4 and
established Hiroshige's reputation as the foremost artist of the topographical landscape.
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of Art Gallery on the Circle
18 State Circle, 410-268-4566
Tuesday thru Sunday 11am - 5pm
www.mdfedart.com
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Stations of the Tokaido, (Reading Public
Museum, Reading, PA), thru December 12.
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created through painting media. This show
will exhibit the tremendous range of execution and style in all painting media. Juror:
Kim Lordier, Painter and Pastelist, signature
member of the Laguna Plein Air Painters, the
Pastel Society of America, a Distinguished
Pastelist in the Pastel Society of the West
Coast, and Artist Member of the California Art
Club. Cash awards total $1000.
Voted Best Art Gallery in Annapolis 2012 &
2013. MFA is the oldest artist-run organization in Maryland, dedicated to expanding
artistic expression and appreciation. Our
450+ members organize 20 to 25 juried and
non-juried exhibitions each year.
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$Loft Gallery
313 (Upstairs) Mill St., Occoquan, (703)
490-1117. Open Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 11-5,
Sun 12-5. www.loftgallery.org.
CONTRAST original art by Graciela Congote
Keane, November 4-30. Contrast features
watercolor, chalk, and pencil highlighting
the interplay of light, shadow, and color.
1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, 703-790-1953.
Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 1-5.
November 6 – December 20:
Emerson Gallery: Sculpture by Rachel Rotenberg.
Atrium Gallery: Remember Me As I Was: Paintings by Ryan Carr Johnson.
Ramp Gallery: Cheap Heat: New Work by JD
Deardourff.
$Workhouse Arts Center 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, 703-5842900. Open to the public, visit working
artists’ studios Wed-Sat 11am-6pm; Sun
12-5pm. More than 100 Workhouse artists exhibit all media in the Vulcan Gallery,
McGuireWoods Gallery and the Studio Galleries.
Holiday Treasures: Annual Small Works & Miniatures Show, November 4-December 30.
New this year, Holiday Treasures will feature
small original art work by 21 local artists
suitable for gift giving in addition to miniatures on paper and canvas, and in photography, glass, clay, and bronze. Coinciding
with historic Occoquan’s annual Tree Lighting ceremony, the Gallery celebrates the
season during a magical evening reception.
Visit online www.WorkhouseArts.org.
Workhouse Prison Museum at Lorton open
Wed-Fri 12-3pm; Sat & Sun 12-4pm.
Established in 1986, the Loft Gallery exhibits
original fine art by local professionals. Wide
variety of media, styles, and genres, including portraits/figure, landscape, still life,
and florals in watercolor, oil, acrylic, mixed
media, colored pencil, pastel, clay, , stained
glass photography and sculpture.
Commissions welcome.
FCPS Art Teachers Exhibition, November 1 –
December 15. The best art teachers teach in
Fairfax County and exhibit at the Workhouse!
Current artists: Jewell Pratt Burns, Francesca Di
Lorenzo, Carrie Cole, Jeff Evans, Kathleen Best
Gillmann, Deborah Herndon, Deena HunklerSanks, Lydia Jechorek, Suzanne Jepson,
Graciela Cogote Keane, Linda Larochelle, Gwen
Harrison Lockhart, Lynn Martin, Jan Moffatt,
Susan Norman, Jackie Perry, Karin Sebolka,
Susan Sherwin, Stephen Sherwin, Sherry
Smith, Marcia Weidler, Charla Wilkerson.
Dada Re-discovered, thru January 19, explores
how contemporary media and ideas can filter
past Dada concepts and artwork. The exhibit
will feature sound, video, performance and
other visual mixed media.
Over 100 Workhouse artists exhibit all media
in the Vulcan Gallery, McGuireWoods Gallery
& the Studio Galleries.
Visit us online at
www.galleriesmagazine.com
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The gallery will be closed on Thanksgiving
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remainder of Thanksgiving weekend.
$Del Ray Artisans
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Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the
American University Museum at the Katzen
Arts Center, juried the exhibit. Throughout
his career, Rasmussen has promoted regional
artists working with Maryland Art Place,
Washington Project for the Arts, and Rockville Arts Place. He also has owned a local
Washington, D.C. gallery.
Featured Artists: Michael Borek, Danny
Conant, Min Enghauser, Soomin Ham,
Amanda Harner, Colleen Henderson, Tim
Hyde, Eric Johnson, Karen Keating, Sandy
LeBrun-Evans, Francine B. Livaditis, Janet
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Maureen Minehan, Newton More, Julie
Patrick, Jim Steele, Kathy Steele, Blake
Stenning, Craig Sterling, Jo Ann Tooley,
Clifford Wheeler, and Fred Zafran.
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express gratitude for the abundance in our
own lives and encourage artists and gallery
visitors to make donations of non-perishable
food for persons in need. Drop off donations
during the opening reception or during regu-
Gallery Group Show, thru November 23.
FAIRFAX
Nourish & Flourish: The Food Show: Nov 7 30. Art inspired by food—realistic or metaphorical, but worthy of tasting and savoring.
From hunters in cave paintings to soup cans
and cakes, artists have focused on the food
that sustains us. DRA invites member artists
to create art in all media that reflects the
ways food influences us all, how we gather
it, prepare it, and consume it, as we gather
around the table. Where does our food come
from? How does too much – or too little –
change our lives? This exhibit describes and
illuminates these age-old questions, and features the work of Del Ray Artisans members.
105 N. Union St., # 312, (703) 683-2205,
Open daily 11-5 pm, 2-9 pm 2ndt Thurs.
www.multipleexposuresgallery.com.
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105 N. Union St, Studio # 18, (703) 548-0935.
Open M-Sun 10-5, Thurs Nights, thru 9 pm.
Steampunk, thru Nov 16. Our artists focus
on the reuse of vintage technology, fashion
(especially from the Victorian age) to create
new objects for the modern age. Chronicling
a growing sub-culture which delights in making things that blend the modern with the
anachronistic. Whether for self or gifts, jewelry,
sculpture, clothing, and wall pieces are some
of the items that will be exhibited.
November 18 - January 4: Holiday Treasure:
Aladdin's Cave-Gold and silver,metallic accents,
sparkle and shine.
The area’s first cooperative fiber art gallery has
70 members, some of whom are published,
teach and have won awards in the fiber arts.
Monthly juried shows include original works in
jewelry, scarves, clothing, woven, knitted or
crocheted items, handmade paper, wall hangings, fiber sculptures and a variety of other
innovative work.
Art is not what
you see, but
what you make
others see.”
Edgar Degas
!Printmakers Inc.
Studio #325, Torpedo Factory Art Center, 105
N. Union St, (703) 683-1342. Daily 11am-5 pm.
www.tfpi.org
JOINTVENTURE- Original Print Portfolio Exhibit.
is a collaboration of Providence RI Printmakers and Printmakers Inc. A limited number of
portfolios are available for sale. The exhibit
of 31 framed prints is on view from Nov 1–
December 31. Printmakers Inc. remains the only group
studio dedicated to the art of original handpulled prints. Member artists work in a
variety of traditional printmaking techniques
that include intaglio, lithography, relief,
monotypes and screen-printing.
Current members: Penelope Barringer, Anne
Buchal, Judith Coady, John Gosling, Alex Gray,
Laura Huff, Avis Fleming, Edward McCluney,
Norma Pffaf, Joseph Regan, Patrick Sargent,
Priscilla Young.
#Studio Antiques & Fine Art
524 N. Washington St, (703) 548-5188.
Open Tues. - Sat., 11-5, Sunday, 12-5.
www.StudioAntiques.net.
Area’s most extensive, diverse collection of
European & American painting from the 18th
to the early 20th century. Over 300 antique
paintings beautifully displayed in conjunction
with period furniture & accessories in a turnof-the-century row house in historic Alexandria. Painting subjects include landscapes,
portraits, genre scenes, animals, still lives,
marines, etc. Everything is properly restored
and guaranteed as represented. Painting
restoration, picture lights.
NOVEMBER 2014 ■
galleries ■ 23
Susan Roth, Ley Lines, 2013, acrylic and boxtop skins on canvas, 67” x 55-1/2”
Courtesy of S&D Studios
SUSAN
ROTH
GALLERY HOURS:
Tuesday–Friday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Luther W. Brady Art Gallery
Media and Public Affairs
Building, 2nd Floor
(202) 994-1525
www.gwu.edu/~bradyart
FORM FRAME FOLD
OCTOBER 22, 2014 – JANUARY 30, 2015
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