The artists of Printmakers Inc explore “The Natural World” through a wide range of techniques and subject matter, from micro to macro views, interpreting the extraordinary world we live in. All studio members will have work on exhibit. On view September 1 – October 31, 2014 in Studio 325.
Indigo dyed hand made paper, felted and spun. Opening Reception: Sunday, September 7, 1-4 pm
The artists of the Enamelists Gallery show work that reflects the power and natural flow of the heat that is needed to fuse the enamel to the metal.
Coming to Alexandria from Norway, this exhibition of contemporary video, sound, text, and sculpture that reflects the indigenous culture and worldview of Sámi people.
Multiple Exposures Gallery
An exhibition of new work from Multiple Exposures Gallery members Danny Conant and E.E McCollum. Danny Conant’s portfolio of recent work is entitled “French Impressions” and E.E McCollum will be exhibiting his new portfolio “The Shadow Series.” The exhibition will run from September 2 through October 12, 2014. The Opening Reception will be held Sunday September 7, 2014 from 2-4 pm.
Potomac Fiber Arts
Inspiration: Fiber art from architecture, a style, a particular building or detail of building, or the work of a particular architect.
The Art League
Art League artists tackle the genre of Contemporary Realism; representational art, where the objective is to portray the “real” and not the “ideal.”
The Art League
Bryant presents a visual narrative of Washington, DC in his exhibit “Washington From Light to Night.” Bryant’s oil paintings demonstrate changes to city streets and urban landscapes throughout the day and into the evening through reflections, directional light, and shadows.
An improvement over anonymous and empty, our artisan bowls have purpose and meaning. See bowls for berries, rice, souflees, onion soup, fruit, salt, salsa, salad, pasta and more! Handmade from our artists, with recipes. With the Washington Ceramic Guild
Opening Reception: Sunday, October 5, 1-4 pm. A fiber art interpretation of the eye in hand felted wool and silk fibers with a smattering of the psychology of visual perception thrown in.