UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS


Return to Stillness. 36” x 36”

Return to Stillness. 36” x 36”

ELEANOR KOTLARIK WANG

Explorations and Meanderings

In this series, the artist explores the complexity of tai chi footwork focusing on movements and stances which both begin and end the exercise form.  Formal analysis gives way to winding meanderings in the lines that connect the movements of physical and creative energy.

 

 

First Friday Reception            March 3,  6 - 8 pm

Artist's Reception                    March 4,  3 - 5 pm

Closing Reception                    March 25,  3 - 5 pm

 
Pillars. Photograph. 20" x 16". 2016-17

Pillars. Photograph. 20" x 16". 2016-17

JO LEVINE

Details

The “Details” in Jo Levine’s photographs are components of art objects and buildings, mostly in the Washington area.  She finds that focusing on a subject’s parts can transform an otherwise mundane, “straight” photo into something new and different – perhaps demonstrating, as architects like to say, that “God is in the details.”  Levine hopes that her photos will inspire viewers to look more closely at the shapes and patterns in the world around them.

 

First Friday Reception            March 3,  6 - 8 pm

Artist's Reception                    March 4,  3 - 5 pm

Closing Reception                    March 25,  3 - 5 pm

 
Permeable Intersections. Hex netting wire, paint, bamboo reeds. Size variable. 2017

Permeable Intersections. Hex netting wire, paint, bamboo reeds. Size variable. 2017

VERONICA SZALUS

Permeable intersections is from a body of work that focuses on balance and intersections with light and shadow.

 

First Friday Reception            March 3,  6 - 8 pm

 

GARDEN GALLERY

Featuring

Greeting My Inner Lone Ranger. Oil on canvas. 28" x 22"

Greeting My Inner Lone Ranger. Oil on canvas. 28" x 22"

MIRIAM KEELER

Self-portraits


Keeler presents a series of Jungian-influenced self-portraits that reference male figuresboth historical and fictionalwho seem to live in her psyche and support her development as a person and as an artist. Her hyper-female presentations of these figures in the self-portraits represent the integration of relevant animus qualities into her psyche.

Bird-Cowskull Orchid. Color pencil. 18" x 24". 2016.

Bird-Cowskull Orchid. Color pencil. 18" x 24". 2016.

MICHELINE KLAGSBRUN

Further Studies in Flux


Klagsbrun continues her exploration of the fluidity of form, the crossing of boundaries, the instability of identity. This series of intricate color pencil drawings involve a cow’s skull, a bird, an orchid.

K Street. Archival pigment print. 2017

K Street. Archival pigment print. 2017

LISA ALLEN

Resistance


Lisa Allen felt compelled to capture the historic moments following Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. These images are a selection of the events of the following two days in downtown Washington, DC.

 

 

Garden Gallery exhibitions               March 29 - April 22

First Friday Reception                      March 3,  6 - 8 pm


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