Come in from the cold, enjoy free hot chocolate and refreshments, visit our beautiful gallery space and art studios! Address: Triangle Art Studios, 7711 Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda MD 20814. Garage next door. Time: 6-8 pm. See you there!
Since I work in Hyattsville, I am represented in this Prince Georges County Exhibit—the opening reception is Tues March 5, 6-8
Moving to the new Triangle Studios in downtown Bethesda Maryland where I will be offering classes, exhibiting art and selling my work in the gallery space. Here are some initial photos to give you an idea. The spaces are beautiful and centrally located near restaurants, shops and an easy parking garage. Check here for a class schedule!
I visited San Francisco recently and enjoyed the wonderful SFMoma. On exhibit were many contemporary works and a Magritte show. I thought I knew him, but there were several surprises there, including gouache works on paper. Got me thinking about revisiting gouache, a matte, waterbased medium that dries quickly. Here are a few highlights:
Delighted to be juried into the Bird Exhibit at the Ann-Marie Sculpture Garden and Art Center, Dowell, Maryland!
Join me at the opening reception of a new solo exhibit of handpulled monotypes-
Fisher Gallery at Northern VA Community College, Sat Feb 10 2-4
Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center
4915 East Campus Drive
Alexandria, VA 22311
Parking will be available in the Visitors Lot. Lite refreshments and beverages will be served.
Happy to receive a writeup in the Washington Post about the print exhibit at WAS gallery in Bethesda MD
New Exhibit at WAS Gallery--I am delighted to exhibit new prints and a wall drawing! with Elle Friedberg at a new gallery in Bethesda Maryland. Exhibit will be on from Sept 29-Nov 18. Join us for the opening reception Friday Sept 29, 6-8 pm. Gallery web site: https://www.wasgallery.com/
New pigment prints on Moab Lasal archival matte paper, 8x10. Digital collages of personal imagery such as scanner photography of nests, textures and digital drawing. Will submit to Washington Printmakers National SmallWorks Exhibit. Now they accept digital work as well as handpulled prints, but each submission has to be 100 square inches or smaller! This is challenging since I have tried to work larger lately.
These will go to my new shop on the website and will be priced at 50 dollars each unframed from a limited edition of 20.