January, 2016


Judy Southerland

History Painting for a Small Town

A collection of people surrounds us as we grow, and the remaining residue, along with material loose ends and unfinished business in the studio, coalesced in a series of oval paintings drawn from the legacy of portraiture. Following that lead, text became a kickstart to visual musings on a place where words are primary in translating experience, but images have power to reveal secrets and become an antidote to corrupted stories and games.

Receptions

First Friday: January 8, 6 - 8 pm
Artist: Saturday, January 9, 6:30 - 9 pm
Artist's Talk, with Steve Cushner: January 23, 4 pm

Queen Beez

Reach For It!

THE QUEEN BEEZ, teen girls from Langston Terrace Dwellings Anacostia Community Outreach Center, will exhibit their work which is a culmination of a years' collaboration with several of our gallery artists. Together they have created works of compelling individual and group identity and expression.

RECEPTIONS

First Friday: January 8, 6 - 8 pm
Artist: Saturday, January 9, 3 - 6 pm


"Dynamics of the DCArt Scene:  Then and Now” 

Sunday, January 10 from 3 – 5pm

Join us for a panel discussion at Studio Gallery moderated by Jack Rasmussen to celebrate Studio Gallery's 50th Anniversary  in honor of our founder Jennie Lea Knight.  Admission is free and open to the public. 

Meet our panelists who are local artists or gallerists and include Nancy Frankel, Jane Haslem, Amy Hughes Braden and Trevor Young.  They will address the increasingly vibrant local art scene, how it's changed, where it is now.   Bring your questions and friends!


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February, 2016