Find something uniquely Alexandrian to bring home. Bragging rights at no extra cost.
Target Gallery introduces a new art sale this year to support affordable art buying for art lovers and collectors. This special exhibition features 70 original works by regional artists. Each piece is priced no more than $1,000.
Shipping and installment payments are available. Contact Target Gallery for details at email@example.com or 703.746.4590.
The Fall Salon is a great way to support the metropolitan area’s artists, as they receive 70% of the proceeds. The remaining benefits future exhibitions and programs at Torpedo Factory Art Center and Target Gallery.Buy Work Online
Candice Agnello, David Alfuth, Neyla Arnas, Ken Bachman, Jennifer Barlow, Andy Berger, Julia Bezgacheva, Jill Brabant, Kathriel Brister, Therese Brown, Kathleen Bryan, Chris Combs, Roy Comiskey, Sharon Corish, Andrea Cybyk, Wendy Donahoe, Stephanie C. Dyke, Cecilia Ford, Tamah Graber, Tracie Griffith Tso, Brie Hayden, Deirdra Hazeley, Isi Ikhide, Juanita Illera, Kieun Kim, Megan King, Pam Klein, Liz LaGarde, Deborah Lash, May-Mei Lee, Natalie Levy-Costa, Shelley Lowenstein, Linda Lowery, Susannah Lynch, David Mann, Christine Manwiller, Davrill Nash, Jean Edgar Ojiambo, Tea Okropiridze, Alessandra Ricci, Alexys Rivers, Doris Ross, Lucas J. Rougeux, Robert Schultz, Samantha Shelton, Bryan Sieling, Harriet Smith, Brendan Smith, Fanni Somogyi, Bikki Stricker, Sally Veach, Karen Waltermire, Janelle Washington, Anna Watson, Lillis Werder, Janet Wittenberg, and Suzanne Yurdin
About the Jurors
Clint Mansell (he/him) is the director of Principle Gallery (Alexandria, VA) where, over the last eleven years, he has worked to advance artist’s careers, add new talent to their roster, and expand the gallery’s digital reach. His degrees in studio arts and studies in psychology sparked his quest to understand the perception of quality in art. Clint has dedicated his career to supporting living artists and encouraging them to pursue their passions.
Sarah Tanguy (she/her) is an independent curator and arts writer based in Washington, D.C. A strong believer in hands-on collaboration and in the power of art to connect with our lived experience, she enjoys exploring the intersection of art with such topics as food, tools, books, and science. The daughter of a U.S. diplomat, she holds a B.A. in Fine Arts from Georgetown University, and a M.A. in Art History from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. After interning at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Tanguy worked at the National Gallery, the International Exhibitions Foundation, The Tremaine Collection, the International Sculpture Center, the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, The Hechinger Collection, and the Office of Art in Embassies, U.S. Department of State, where she curated temporary exhibitions and permanent collections for U.S. diplomatic facilities overseas. Recent projects include TRACES at The Kreeger Museum and Reveal: The Art of Reimagining Scientific Discovery and Twist-Layer-Pour, both at the American University Art Museum, as well as an ongoing exhibition program for the American Center for Physics. In addition to exhibition-related essays, she contributes to Sculpture and Metalsmith, among other publications.
Tomora Wright (she/her) is a dedicated arts manager committed to advancing the contemporary art field by prioritizing intersectional representation and diversifying program and engagement strategies within art institutions. Wright is Hamiltonian Artists’ new Fellowship Director, where she cultivates new opportunities to help build a dynamic community of innovative artists and effective visual art leaders in the thriving DC creative ecosystem. Before joining Hamiltonian, she worked as the Marketing Manager at Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center and most recently served as Glen Echo Park’s Visual Arts Exhibition Manager, both in Maryland. Wright has curated exhibitions in the DC region at Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (2018), College Park, Maryland’s MilkBoy ArtHouse (2018), Banneker–Douglass Museum (2020), Higgins Gallery (2020), and Glen Echo Park (2019–2021). She holds a master’s degree in Art Management from American University and a BA in Communications from Howard University.