A staff member’s analysis for Urban Uprising, Studio Gallery’s newest exhibition of works by Gordon Binder.
Get to know artists local to your area with our Featured Artist of the Month Interviews.
Read a staff member’s analysis of NARRATIVE, Studio Gallery’s newest exhibition of photography.
“Land and dwellings must be left behind; kimonos and tablecloths can travel…”
Read the reviews of exhibitions by Carolee Jakes and Chris Corson from the Washington Post.
Meet September’s Artist of the Month: Deborah Addison Coburn
Pair ice cream and artwork for the perfect summer combination.
Read the reviews of Sally Levie and Gary Anthes’ new exhibitions at Studio Gallery.
Been meaning to buy some new art, but can’t decide on what? Based on your Zodiac sign, we will match you with the perfect piece!
Read about photographer Gary Anthes, our June artist of the month.
Read the Washington Post review of Trish Palasik’s latest exhibition.
Check out these five works of art that will have you packing up your bags and taking it to the skies!
Learn about artist and curator Harriet Lesser, our featured artist of May.
Learn about artists local to your community in our ongoing series of Featured Artist of the Month Interviews.
Get to know March's featured artist, photographer Steven Marks.
Read about our featured artist for January, expressionist painter Gordon Binder.
Stop in at the Yard to see beautiful works by local artists enlivening a brand new workspace.
Studio Gallery is delighted to announce that photographer Gary Anthes will be featured in Seeing in Sixes, LensWork Publishing's upcoming book.
Intern Nina Oleynik reflects on her favorite works from Rituals, our summer All Member's Exhibition.
Intern Joanne Kwon offers her reflections on Thierry Guillemin's solo show, Between Two Worlds.
Deborah Addison Coburn sees faces everywhere in her colorful pieces.
Studio Gallery has had an amazing team of young ladies running the gallery for the summer.
Join us Saturday July 25th from 4 - 7 for our 50th Anniversary Party. All are welcome.
A line can be a pencil mark on a piece of paper, but that same line can describe the tension that exists from the point of a shoulder to the supporting heel on the same side of a body.
If art can be considered a form of free speech, is it a violation of the First Amendment to revoke federal funding on grounds of obscenity?
On October 19th, in the late 1950's, Studio Gallery proudly opened Francisco Moncion’s first solo exhibition to the public.
“Sculpture will always be my most comfortable media…I think like a sculptor.”
Studio Gallery will present Studio Sundays this fall.
Studio Gallery is committed to community service.
In the boxes of historical information donated to the gallery, there were many, many slides.