Washington, DC - Published on: Monday, May 14, 2012
By Wanda Jackson
For artists and art-lovers’ organizations along the U.S. Route 1 corridor, it is one of Prince George’s County’s most anticipated events.
The eighth annual Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour opened artists’ studios in Mount Rainier, Brentwood, North Brentwood and Hyattsville to the public on Saturday. The Gateway Arts District is home to more than 120 artists and 70 studios.
Saturday’s tour offered an opportunity to experience firsthand the artists at work in their own studios. Visitors could access both in-home and stand-alone artist studios, plus cultural centers, art galleries and performance spaces located throughout the arts district.
Artists showcased works in almost every visual arts medium including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, jewelry, textiles and photography. Demonstrations were offered, and art was available for commission or sale.
This event has ended.
At Wyndham Garden Hotel
Media: Painting, Drawing, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Video installation
Theorize New York: 2012 is a artists and gallery run intimate art fair in NYC that will open its doors at Wyndham Garden Inn, Chelsea during Armory Art Week.
Theorize New York: Impossible to Understand was conceptualized and organized by artists Eric Ginsburg, Marina Reiter and David S Pollack as a way of combining artists and galleries through the use of the art fair system.
Galerie Nieuw Schoten/Amsterdam
Cheryl Edwards- Eric Ginsburg/worldoferic.com
Susanna Thornton Studio Chase Alias/David S Pollack- Marina Reiter
Edgar Garcia-Maura Haverly -David Fenn-
Washington, DC - INTERNATIONAL VISIONS GALLERY
2629 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 www.inter-visions.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: International Visions Gallery is thrilled to announce the Bombay Sapphire and Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation national competition, The ARTISAN SERIES, which will showcase the top 33 contestants from the D.C., Virginia and Maryland area from October 8th – November 5th, 2011. The winner of this competition will be announced at the Opening Reception October 8th, 2011 6:30-9pm and will continue on to the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Finale Competition taking place at Art Basel in Miami, Florida in December 2011.
Bombay Sapphire Gin and Russell and Danny Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation are partnering in the creation of a nationwide art competition, Artisan Series. The project aims to discover the next big names in both urban photography and multi-media arts, and to celebrate today’s diverse up-and-coming artists on a national...
Washington, DC - HAGERSTOWN, Md. - The 79th annual Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is on view now through Sept. 4 in the museum's Groh Gallery and is sponsored by Bob and Mary Helen Strauch and Hugh and Marty Talton. This popular juried exhibition showcases the talented artists of the region. The juror for this year's exhibition was Philip Lindsey, a professor at Wilson College who teaches painting, drawing and computer graphics. Lindsey also is the director/curator of the college's Bogigian Gallery and has received numerous awards for his art in national and international juried competitions and exhibitions. A total of 169 works of art were submitted for consideration, and 47 works of art were accepted. Works of art in the exhibition are available for purchase through the museum shop.
Admission to the museum is free. It is accredited by the American Association of Museums and its collection includes more than 7,000 works of art. This "crown jewel...
Washington, DC - "Our Recent Roots" on display as part of the Shenandoah Arts Council's 10th annual Black History Mon
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Washington, DC -
Galleries Magazine November 2008 � Vol 36, No. 3
On the Cover
black Ink and oii o/c, 2008, 20” x 20”
Cheryl Edwards, New Exhibit Ndebele Journey, Curated by Lisa Farrell
Ndebele People - Dolls Ritual/Play
This series sets forth the concept of the use of dolls by the Ndebele
People of South Africa. Traditionally, dolls are used all over the world
for play and also used for performing rituals. The series consist of 17
artworks using a technique which combines ink and water-soluble
The works depict a combination of the Ndebele people in South
Africa in common everyday scenes, and demonstrates through
creative visuals the effect of the use of dolls for the purpose of
performing rituals. Dolls have been historically used by the Ndebele
People to enhance the possibility of marriage and childbirth. A more
widespread usage is to employ a doll to assist...
Washington, DC -
â€śthe human conceptâ€ť
opening reception april 5
Please join us at the Takoma Park Community Center
on Saturday, April 5, at 2 p.m. as we celebrate â€śThe Human
Concept,â€ť an exhibit of the work of local artists Cheryl Ed-
wards and Susan Crane. The exhibit demonstrates the in-
ner parts of human beings through color and light and
shadow, which the artists hope will encourage the viewer
The exhibit will be on display throughout the month of
Additional information on these and other upcoming events
can be found on the Cityâ€™s website at www.takomaparkmd.
gov or by contacting the Arts and Humanities Commission
at 301-891-7224 or by email at email@example.com.