The Art of the Improbable
Trix Kuijper returns to the Studio Gallery with a new collection. A delightful concoction of fantastical creations, featuring horned beings, giant eggs and, of course, her signature “mummies”.
Plaster Wrap, Plaster, Cement, Modeling Compound, Clay, Cast Iron, Acrylic Paint and Medium, Found Objects
Nutrition Facts and %RDA:
Warning: These works were created in a facility entirely free of nuts, but occasionally subject to a little craziness.
Receptions (All Exhibitions)
Artist’s Reception: Saturday, March 9, 4-6 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, March 30, 4-6 pm
Receptions are free and open to the public.
IN THE DOWNSTAIRS GALLERY
Art & Soul: Fundraiser for Studio Gallery
Proceeds from art sales during our March exhibition, Art & Soul, will go directly to Studio Gallery, and support our mission of fostering a public appreciation for the world of the arts.
The arts are at the heart of our community. Art is the basis of the graceful architecture we walk past each day, the music we dance to, and the paintings, photographs, and visualizations we’re drawn to. Art is at the core of who we are as people. Now, we’re making it easier than ever to support the arts - and specifically, our nonprofit organization, Studio Gallery, one of the longest-running artist cooperatives in the D.C. area. Featuring exclusively donated artwork, this group show will exhibit a large range of styles and mediums, from an original photogravure by Edward Curtis, to stormy seas captured on canvas, to sculpted, human torsos the size of your forearm. If you’ve been waiting to acquire an original work of art, there has never been a better time. When you support us, you help keep us here - at the community’s heart and soul.