Exhibition Dates: December 6, 2014- January 18, 2015
Reception: Thursday, December 11 • 6-8 pm • Gallery Talk with Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, 7 pm

In a new Target Gallery exhibition, artists were challenged to express themselves in a work of art that is no larger than five inches in any direction. 5×5(x5) is an all-media exhibition featuring little works that make a big impact.

Artists on view:

  • Christina Baril (NY)
  • John Buron (MA)
  • Melissa Chase (PA)
  • Lois Epperson-Gale (AZ)
  • Nancy Guerrero (France)
  • Hi Uan Kang Haaga (DC)
  • Susan Harmon (TX)
  • Charlotte Hedlund (CT)
  • Paul Herman (VA)
  • Toni Hitchcock (VA)
  • Jessica Kallista (VA)
  • Seunghwui Koo (NY)
  • Deborah Lash (DC)
  • Vincent Leandro (OR)
  • Annika Lurio (DC)
  • Ann Dinwiddie Madden (MS)
  • Krishna Mastel (SD)
  • Floydetta McAfee (VA)
  • Liz Naiden (NY)
  • Deborah Newman (NV)
  • Charlene Nield (VA)
  • Anthony Palliparambil Jr. (MD)
  • Kate Patsch (VA)
  • Jodi Patterson (WA)
  • Margie Key Reed (VA)
  • Angelina Samudre (DC)
  • Susan Silva (VA)
  • Donna Sinclair (VA)
  • Casey Snyder (MD)
  • Jo Ann Tooley (VA)
  • Steve Wanna (DC)
  • Ann Marie Williams (VA)
  • Joan M. Woodill (VA)
  • Inge Wright (NC)

Juror Statement by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell

Pop culture, figurative drawing, landscape views, still life observation, and abstraction collide in an exhibition of small works with big impact.  Each artwork selected presents keen aesthetic choices as well as technique in working small.  These small works in all media present a vast array of context – from engagement with art practice itself, to awareness of community issues.

Artists from around the country and abroad present a sample of prevailing art today.  It’s easy to simplify open-call juried exhibits as surveys of current art trends.  But throughout the jurying process I felt that the works selected most reflected a study of more than basic art trends.  I kept feeling as if I was scrolling the internet for the zeit geist of a range of topics in contemporary culture – from issues of race to issues of sexuality.  This juried show is so much more than a survey in current art appreciation, it’s a study of modernity across many voices.

Juror Bio

Based in Washington, D.C., Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell is a curator, writer, arts manager and arts advocate. She implements professional development seminars, as well as a residency program for local emerging artists with Strathmore Hall in North Bethesda. An arts writer, her work has been featured in The Washington TimesExaminer.comCBS Local DC online, Brightest Young Things, and Plinth, among others. She has worked with many cultural institutions including the Smithsonian Institution, the Walters Art Museum, the National Archives, the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival. She serves as program chair for the Washington, D.C. region of ArtTable, Inc., events chair for Emerging Arts Leaders D.C., and the Young Patrons Committee of Torpedo Art Factory in Alexandria, Virginia. She has also presented at the Annual Conference of Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums in Washington, D.C. Bryant-Greenwell earned her bachelor’s in art history from the University of Maryland and her master’s in museum studies from the George Washington University.

Target Gallery is the contemporary national and international exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center. The gallery hosts nine exhibitions annually–some juried, some curated–featuring a variety of themes, artists and media.


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