a guide to Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area art spaces
11:30 am - 1:30 pm: Sarah Silberman Art
Gallery, MCCC Rockville Maryland - 48th
Annual Faculty and Staff Exhbition.
7-9 pm: The Mansion at Strathmore,
Maryland - Fine Artists in Residence Exhibit.
6-8:30 pm: Alex Gallery, Dupont Circle - Otto
Scherer, Judith Judy, Dee Levinson, Marian
Bingham, Rosana Azar and Hannu Palosuo.
6:30 - 9 pm: Arts Club of Washington,
Downtown - Susanne Eisinger, Teri Hiley,
6-8 pm: Cross-Mackenzie Gallery, Dupont
Circle - Helen Frankenthaler, Beth
New Paintings by Ed Cooper
September 5 - October 27, 2013
Reception: September 7, 5-8 pm
7-10 pm: Del Ray Artisans, Oldtown
Alexandria - One Percent Show.
6-8 pm: Foundry Gallery, Dupont Circle -
6-8 pm: Studio Gallery, Dupont Circle - Yvette
Kraft, Sally Levie, Brian Williams.
6-8:30 pm: Touchstone Gallery, Downtown -
Linda Bankerd, Janathel Shaw.
5-7 pm: Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Georgetown
- John Borden Evans.
5-8:30 pm: The Artists Gallery, Maryland -
5-8 pm: Watergate Gallery, Downtown DC -
Our Lady of Perpetual Exhaustion.
1-4 pm: The Loft Gallery, Virgina - Francesca
Di Lorenzo, Denise Shamoun Phalan.
3-5 pm: MFA Circle Gallery, Annapolis -
13th Annual American Landscapes.
2-4 pm: Multiple Exposures Gallery,
Oldtown Alexandria - Colleen Henderson,
2-4 pm: Printmakers, Inc., Oldtown
Alexandria - Laura Huff.
The South Street Art Gallery
5 South Street
Easton, Maryland 21601
6-8 pm: Goya Contemporary, Baltimore -
6-8 pm: C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore -
7-9 pm: McLean Project for the Arts,
Virginia - Susanne K. Arnold, Alex Tolstoy,
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6-9 pm: Waverly Street Gallery, Bethesda
- Kanika Sircar
6:30-9 pm: International Visions Gallery,
Uptown DC - Kevin Cole.
1-4 pm: Washington Printmakers Gallery,
Maryland - Jenny Freestone.
7-11 pm: Workhouse Arts Center, Virgina -
Suenos Americanos; 2nd Saturday Art Walk.
6:30-8:30 pm: Watergate Gallery, Downtown
DC - Our Lady of Perpetual Exhaustion.
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"This artwork is about
what keeps us sane," says
Washington DC native
Bonita Tabakin. "Every
artist has a focus…a
reason for painting. Mine is to imbue my
audience with better health on all levels. My
focus is on other’s well-being - not my needs."
She serves as an Associate United Nations
Curator and on the Prince Georges Artist's
Association advisory board.
Bonita Tabakin's work (www.Bonitasart.com and
www.Bonitasart.see.me/atp2013) is featured in
Our Lady of Perpetual Exhaustion, a Watergate
Gallery group show of artists, each interpreting
the statement [condensed here]:
"Every morning as soon as my eyes open, I
think of all the to-do's of the day. After sending
up a prayer for strength and positive energy, I
also give a shout-out to Our Lady of Perpetual
Exhaustion.... We all have someone who has
inspired us by their seemingly indefatigable
nature, sense of humor, and capacity for
Watergate Mall, 2552 Virginia Ave NW
(202) 338-4488, fax (202) 338-4489
Open Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 12-5.
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Addison Ripley Fine Art
Burton Marinkovich Fine Art
Susan Calloway Fine Art
Eisley Fine Art
Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Barbara Fendrick Fine Art
Jane Haslem Gallery
International Visions Gallery
Maurine Littleton Gallery
Marsha Mateyka Gallery
Lavinia Wohlfarth Gallery
For more than thirty
years, members of the
represented a broad
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disciplines. They are
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contributions to the
cultural life of the
in their chosen fields
and maintain the
exhibiting and selling
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$Arts Club of Washington
2017 Eye St NW, (202) 331-7282, ext 123.
Galleries are free and open to the public
Tues-Fri 10-5, Saturday 10-2; please call to
confirm hours and availability.
September 6 - 28:
Monroe and Macfeely Gallery: Susanne Eisinger
- Acrylic on Canvas, Teri Hiley - Acrylic
on Canvas, Ellen Winkler - Intaglio with
Spilsbury Gallery: Group Exhibition.
The Spilsbury Gallery is a cooperative space
featuring works in a variety of media by Arts
Club artists. Participating artists include
Lorna Aldrich, Cherry Baumbusch, Jenna
Beebe, Peggy McNutt, Ruth Meixner-Bird,
Vicki Doyle, # Susanne Eisinger, Jack Hannula,
Teri Hiley, Larry Jarvik, Martine Khadr-Van
Schoote, Pamela King, Mahy Polymeropou-
los, Enza Quargnali, Leslie Sorg Ramsay and
N E W H A M P S H I R E A V E
V I R G I N I A A V E
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$Luther W. Brady Art Gallery
The George Washington University, Media &
Public Affairs Building, 805 21st St NW, 2nd
floor, (202) 994-1525. Open Tues-Fri 10-5:
Decenter DC/NY: An Exhibition on the Centenary
of the 1913 Armory Show compares how
the Armory Show altered our understanding
of the process by which we perceive the world,
and how the digital revolution has affected our
perception. Featuring artists from New York
and D.C. Opens September 11. Website: www.
901 NY Ave, NW, 202.347.2787.
Open Wed-Th, 11-6, , Fri 11-8, Sat-Sun 12-5.
September 6 – 29. Preview: September 4 and
5, 11-6 pm: All Member exhibition in Gallery
A. New work by 45 members.
Garden Variety, by Linda Bankerd, a show of
paintings of gardens, and other landscapes,
in a representational abstract style.
ReBirth, by Janathel Shaw. Ceramic sculptures
and drawings that explore creative and personal
journeys. A myriad of firing techniques
and painted surfaces are highlighted.
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Watergate Mall, 2552 Virginia Ave NW
(202) 338-4488, fax (202) 338-4489
Open Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 12-5.
Opening September 7: Our Lady of Perpetual
Exhaustion, group show of 26 artists, each doing
a piece based on an interpretation of the theme
[condensed here]: "Every morning as soon as my
eyes fly open, I think of all the to-do's of the day.
After sending up a prayer for strength and positive
energy, I also give a shout- out to Our Lady of
Perpetual Exhaustion.... We all have someone in
our lives who has inspired us by their seemingly
indefatigable nature, sense of humor, and capacity
for forgiveness. What is your interpretation of
Our Lady of Perpetual Exhaustion?"
1001 Vermont Ave NW, near McPherson Sq.
(202) 898-1700. Open 11-5, Mon - FrI:
The Cabinet Art (see also Uptown/DC):
TWO FOR COLLAGE ANN WERTHEIMER AND
ANNE BANKS, September 2- November 1.
The individual sensibilities of Ann Wertheimer
and Anne Banks propel these arrangements of
paper, catching both jazzy and contemplative
vibrations. A less is more aesthetic is the starting
point for both artists in their use of shapes,
colors and textures of paper.
Wertheimer's new collages are composed with
found papers including fragments of peeling
Berlin posters, and flea markets finds such as
sheet music. Bold letters from ad pitches and
overlapping and abutting edges of color fields
signal vibrant urban environments. (See photo
Banks, one of the Gallery 10 Gang, traded
sculpture and painting for distilled compositions
of delicate rice papers. Linear slivers of
color and implied shadows, create ephemeral
PO Box 55295, DC 20040. For an appointment,
information, gallery hours & address call
202-783-2963, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Zenith Gallery Salon, 1429 Iris Street
NW: To be announced, please check our website.
The Gallery at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue
NW, (12th & Penn NW), Weekdays, 8 am-7
pm; Sat & Sun by appt: Yours, Mine and Ours:
Girardini: Retrospective Passages, featuring the
sculpture, painting, photography, furniture by
Julie & Ken Girardini, thru September 21.
The Washington, DC Economic Partnership,
1495 F Street NW, M – Fri 9am – 5pm: Call
Zenith for information. Great Streets - the Urban
Life of DC. 10% of all sales go to The Washington
DC Economic Partnership, to November 8.
WDCEP and Zenith Gallery announce a new
revolving art program at WDECP's office at
1495 F St, NW. The program includes local and
regional artists managed by Zenith Gallery.
The show celebrates Great Streets and Urban
Life in Washington, DC. Artworks include DC
Vivid Watercolors by Richard Fitzhugh, Mixed
Media Quilt Paintings by Curtis Woody, DC City
Scapes by Glenn Moreton and James Magner,
a neon American Flag by Philip Hazard, and a
Bradley Stevens portrait of President Obama.
Zenith provides high-quality acquisition,
consulting and commissioning services to residential/corporate
clients via its website, salon
gallery, or by appointment and house calls.
SEPTEMBER 2013 galleries ■ 7
2106 R St NW, (202) 667-2599.
Open Tues-Sat 11-5, Sun & Mon by appt.
September 6-30: Alex Gallery will exhibit six
artists the gallery will represent at the Berliner
Liste Art Fair this month. This international
art fair, in its tenth year, takes place during
Berlin Art Week. Alex Gallery will include its
newest artist, Otto Scherer, a German sculptor.
It will also exhibit landscape painter Judith
Judy, figurative painter Dee Levinson, horse
painter Marian Bingham, surrealist painter
Rosana Azar and Finnish painter Hannu
Palosuo. This combination of diverse, equally
commanding works is thought-provoking.
While these BS pieces are capable of standing
alone, the contrasting combination augments
their force. Gallery A: Gallery Artists.
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! Burton Marinkovich Fine Art
1506 21st St NW, (202) 296-6563, FAX (202)
296- 6901. South of the 5 Phillips Collection.
Tues-Sat 11-6, Sun by appt.
Works by contemporary masters, including
Chuck Close, Richard Diebenkorn, Jim Dine,
Lesley Dill, Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney,
Robert Motherwell, Kiki Smith, Wayne Thiebaud
& others. Paintings by Mary Grigonis, gouaches
by Geoffrey Baker. Estate of Mary Louise Cline.
New acquisitions of early prints by Terry Winters.
" Cross-Mackenzie Gallery
2026 RSt NW, 202-333-7970,
Wed-Sat 12-6 :
Helen Frankenthaler prints & Beth Kaminstein
ceramics, September 6 thru Oct 31.
18 th STREET
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE
17 th STREET
16 th STREET
15 th STREET
14 th STREET
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JANE HASLEM GALLERY
2025 Hillyer Place NW Washington DC 20009
A question in printmaking: Digital vs Digital
ANNE CHESNUT & PETER MILTON
from 2–4 pm
Anne Chesnut. Sampler: Winter Blackwork #1, 2013. Four piece digital print,
hand sewn, ed. 25, 24 x 24"
Peter Milton. Waterfall, 2010. digital print, edition 90, 18 x 24" image
JANE HASLEM GALLERY
See the complete exhibition on www.janehaslemgallery.com
Gallery hours 12 noon to 5 pm Wednesday through Saturday and by appointment.
1314 18th St NW, First Floor, (202) 463-0203,
Wed-Sun 12-6, Sat & Sun 12-6: Metro at
Dupont Circle. www.foundrygallery.org.
Katherine Blakeslee, watercolorist and Foundry
member exhibits, Edges, Lost and Found, Sept
4-29, exploring the mysterious ways the natural
world reveals itself. Within her watercolors
edges appear, disappear and re-appear, just as
beginnings, endings and transformations do in
life. The permeability of light and meaning are
reflected in the interactions of water, color and
the artist, with none solely in charge. Images
are from home and around the world, where
geographical, political and natural edges are
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& Jane Haslem Gallery
2025 Hillyer Place NW. Open Wed, Thurs,
Fri, Sat 12 noon - 5 pm, also by appt,
Anne Chesnut and Peter Milton-A question in
printmaking: Digital vs Digital. Discussion with
artists - Saturday, September 21 from 2-4 pm.
)International Arts & Artists’
Hillyer Art Space
9 Hillyer Ct. NW, 202-338-0680, Fax 202-333-
0758. email: email@example.com,
Mon. 10-5, Tues.-Fri. 10-7, Sat. 11-4.
Luis Flores -NUEVE 9 / 13 TRECE. Produced
over the last five years, a period of productivity
marked by the numbers nine and thirteen,
numbers Flores associates with chance or luck.
Melissa McCutcheon -We Are Living Here.
McCutcheon is an oil painter originally from
Seattle, Washington noq based in Washington,
D.C. Her paintings are an examination of the
sense of identity associated with displacement
and its relationship to one's cultural and sociopolitical
"Marsha Mateyka Gallery
2012 R Street NW, (202) 328-0088. fax: (202)
332-0520, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Wed-Sat 11-5.
Working on Wood: Paintings by Christopher
French, Nathan Oliveira, Maria Moser, Sam Gilliam,
Sabina Ott, Barbara Allen, Kitty Klaidman
and Andrea Way, thru October 26.
The gallery also represents Aline Feldman,
Jae Ko, Jim Sanborn, William T. Wiley and the
Estates of Gene Davis and Nathan Oliveira.
2108 R St NW (downstairs), (202) 232-8734.
Wed-Thurs 1-7 pm, Fri 1-8 pm, Sat 1-6 pm.
SEPTEMBER 4 – 28:
UPSTAIRS GALLERY - YVETTE KRAFT, A WORLD
OF FACES II, Curator: James H Philips.
In her colorful paintings, Yvette Kraft shares
the unusual effect people have on her, by
expressing her emotions and the energy created
from these emotions. The artist states
that through color the significant emotion
flows into her individual expression.
DOWNSTAIRS GALLERY - DUO SHOW
SALLY LEVIE-VERTICALS, Curator: Adah Rose
Bitterbaum. Levie finds inspiration in visual
moments encountered outdoors. Her focus is
on the junctures in the geometry of objects.
Most recently she has developed an interest
in the negative spaces shaped by trees as well
as by the figure, hence “verticals”. Her work
has been inspired by Richard Diebenkorn,
Nicolas de Stael, Odilon Redon, as well as the
jewel-like elements of Celtic art.
BRIAN WILLIAMS-BARBARELLA, Curator: Adah
Rose Bitterbaum. Barbarella: The 1968 movie,
which was brought to life again via Netflix
curating, has plenty to ponder over, both
visually and historically. In his paintings,
Brian Williams reflects the otherworldly landscapes
of the film.
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%Addison/Ripley Fine 11 Art
1670 Wisconsin Ave NW, at Reservoir Rd.,
Tues-Sat 11-6 & by appt.
(202) 338-5180, fax (202) 338-2341
September 6 – October 26: John Borden
Evans, paintings and works on paper.
$Susan Calloway Fine Arts
Book Hill in Georgetown, 1643 Wisconsin
Avenue NW, phone: 202-965-4601, fax: 202-
338-1660, Tues-Sat, 10-5 or by appt.
Vintage Poster Trunk Sale with Mark J.
Weinbaum Fine Posters and Prints,
September 6 - 8. Friday 10am – 6pm, Saturday
10am – 8pm, and Sunday 12pm-5pm.
Weinbaum, who works out of New York City,
will exhibit up to 100 works over the
September weekend. The collection focuses
on decorative and rare historical posters, with
a wide variety of categories and time periods
available. All of his posters and prints represent
the best quality available on the market.
Dynamic Spaces, a collection of abstract collages
and landscape paintings by the late Larry
Chappelear, September 20-October 19. After
years of exploring realist and impressionistic
styles, Chappelear made the transition towards
abstraction. Realistic representation of a landscape
remained the foundation for his work,
but was not the conclusion. Chappelear’s collages
of frayed burlap, discarded wood, layered
veneer, and colorful layers of oil paint assess
the formal qualities of a realist landscape, yet
fulfilled his desire to express a more simplified
pattern of line and form.
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Susan Calloway Fine Arts specializes in contemporary
art by local, regional, and international
artists, antique American and European
oil paintings, and a carefully chosen selection
of 17th-19th century prints. The gallery also
specializes in conservation framing using
archival-quality materials and techniques, and
in traditional French mat decoration. The gallery
provides extensive art consulting services
for business and residential clients and collaborates
with architecture and design trades.
"Maurine Littleton Gallery
1667 Wisconsin Ave. NW, between Q St &
Reservoir Road, (202) 333-9307. email: info@
littletongallery.com. Open: Tues-Sat 11-6.
Located in Washington DC's historic
Georgetown, Maurine Littleton Gallery exhibits
the work of leading contemporary artists in
glass, metal, and ceramics - including Harvey K.
Littleton, Dale Chihuly, Dante Marioni, Richard
Marquis, Ginny Ruffner, Therman Statom, Colin
Reid, and Albert Paley.
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El Jardin #3
acrylic with collage
36" x 40"
thru Touchstone Gallery
/ The Old Print Gallery
1220 31st St NW, (202) 965-1818
Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30 pm
PER∙FORM, thru September 14. PER∙FORM
celebrates depictions of musicians, circus performers,
and stars of the stage, and pulls from
the gallery’s inventory of both early 20th century
and contemporary prints. These compositions
are ambitious and inventive in their attempt
to capture sound, forms in movement, and the
indefinable energy- both physical and emotional-
that fuels and motivates performers.
September 20-Nov 9: Alessandro Mastro-Valerio:
A Retrospective. From his earliest drypoints to
later experimentation with mezzotints and
aquatints, Alessandro Mastro-Valerio (1887-
1953) studied and explored the female form
in printmaking. Rich in tonality, his prints both
glow and breathe, and are filled with a quiet
emotion— one that resonates deeply with
viewers and his admirers. We will celebrate
Mastro-Valerio’s captivating printmaking career
with an exhibition of more than 20 prominent
works from the Gallery’s collection, including
Motif in Seascape, his 1949 Cannon Prize winner,
as well as several of his original printing plates.
The Old Print Gallery specializes in contemporary
and early 20th century prints, from American
and local DC artists. Established in historic
Georgetown in 1971, the gallery has become
one of the most respected antique print and
map galleries in the United States, with an
extensive collection in American historic prints,
botanicals, Currier & Ives, Audubons, American
town views, and maps of the United States. The
gallery also specializes in conservation framing,
using archival-quality materials and techniques.
! The Gallery at Sterling & Burke
2824 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Gallery at Sterling & Burke is located in historic
Georgetown, near the intersection of 29th, M
street, and Pennsylvania Avenue, adjacent to
the Four Seasons Hotel. We specialize in rare
and remarkable flags, maps, prints and fine
art. This Fall we are proud to exhibit patriotic
art and artifacts, as well as traditional sporting
prints and works on canvas by local artists. The
gallery is pleased to extend its hours the third
Friday of every month for a special exhibition
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1054 31 st St NW
Located in Canal Square - Georgetown's oldest enclave
of art galleries located along the historic C & O Canal
Richard Takeuchi, “Untitled”,
oil on canvas
Courtesy of MOCA/DC
OPENING RECEPTION September 20, 6-8 pm
Alla Rogers Gallery
AnnMaria Baldine Designs
Winter Palace Studio
OPENINGS EVERY 3RD FRIDAY – 6-8 pm
The Sea Catch Restaurant hosts six Galleries 1054 openings per year
Serving complimentary mixed hors d'ouevres
5118 MacArthur Blvd. NW, (202) 244-3244.
Open Wed-Sat 11-7 & by appt.
The Art of Washington, DC, by the Washington
Society of Landscape Painters, to Sept 28.
Oils, watercolors, pastels, and acrylics, with
subjects including the museums, galleries,
bistros, concert stages, restaurants, that make
Washington DC an Arts Capital, by members of
the region’s most venerable painters’ society.
Artists include Lani Browning, Marietje
Chamberlain, Hui Lai Chong, Bernard
Dellario, Gray Dodson, Michael Heylin,
Catherine Hillis, Hai Ou Hou, Margaret Huddy,
Harry Jaeck, Jean Brinton Jaecks, Brenda
Kidera, Mary Kokoski, Andrei Kushnir, Barry
Lindley, Barbara Nuss, Sara Poly, Bill Schmidt,
Nancy Tankersley, and Daniel Wise.
!American University Museum
at the Katzen Arts Center
4400 Mass. Ave NW, (202) 885-
1300. Tues thru Sun 11-4.
September 3—October 20: Green Acres:
Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses, and
Abandoned Lots, a major exhibition of contemporary
art addressing ecological issues
in collaboration with Arlington Arts Center’s
Green Acres, on display through October 13;
Donald Rothfeld Collection of Contemporary
Israeli Art, a first look at Donald Rothfeld’s
gift to the AU Museum including the work of
both prominent and emerging contemporary
Israeli artists; Patrick McDonough, discrete
objects, performance documentation, and
solar sculptures blending wit and insight,
playfulness, and provocation while examining
sustainability, aesthetics, and free time.
% The Cabinet Art
4622 Wisconsin Ave NW, 202-328-8100,
301-461-1124. Hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat
11-5, Closed Thursday. Exhibitions at
Wonder Graphics, 1001 Vermont Ave,
near McPherson Square (see Downtown)
Contemporary art by DC Metro Area Artists.
Browse the folio collection of work on paper
located at Wonder Graphics, Tenleytown.
Other media on the web.
September 2- November 1: Top Drawer:
Collage: With or Without Glue: Traditional
pasted paper collage as well as drawings
and prints whose compositions derives from
combined source material. Second Drawer:
Paintings on paper, in various styles.
Portfolios: Banks, Blankstein, Cusick, Huff,
Holban, Penay, Segnan, Strike, Turner, Ungar,
Valk, Vess, Zahn.
Eisley Fine Art
By appointment: 202 417-8392
Jerry L. Eisley brings over 40 years of
fine art experience in Washington DC
to Eisley Fine Art offering fine contemporary
art through continuing online
exhibitions of gallery artists work and
through special arts events. In addition
Eisley Fine Art offers fine art curatorial
services including the best in museum
framing,conservation, restoration and
installation. We come to you!
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Uptown DC continues...
International Visions Gallery
2629 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC,
202-234-5112, Tim Davis, Director
New Work by Kevin Cole, September 4 – 28.
International Visions Gallery is pleased to present
new work by mixed media artist, Kevin
Cole. One of Atlanta's most exciting mid-career
artists, Mr. Cole combines the techniques of
painting, etching and sculpting to create threedimensional
abstract assemblages that explore
the interplay between color and music and
incorporate references to African American history
$ Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Vintage and Contemporary Photography, 3615
Ordway St NW, 202-328-0955. By appointment
convenient to your schedule.
! Waverly Street Gallery
4600 East-West Highway, Suite 120
(entrance on Waverly St.), Bethesda
(301) 951-9441, Tues-Sat 12-6.
Ceramic Vessels and Wall Pieces by Kanika
Sircar and New Work by Gallery Artists,
September 10 ~ October 5. Meet the Artist:
Saturdays at 3pm.
Kanika Sircar’s work focuses on the aesthetic
and visual impact of writing. Her imagery is
based upon words, texts, calligraphy or graffiti
layered onto forms that allude to the contexts
of such images: envelopes, manuscript pages
Master & Contemporary Photography,
including A. Aubrey Bodine, Esther Bubleyilly
Ronis, August Sander, Phil Borges, John Grant,
Adriel Heisey, Alex MacLean, Darrow
Montgomery, Mark Power, Rosamond
Purcell, John Reef, Steve Szabo and others.
Lavinia Wohlfarth Galleries
3418 9th Street NE, Brookland, DC
202-526-8022 (g), 203-397-1125 (c)
A Fine Art Gallery of paintings, fine drawings,
and sculpture. Established in 1990, the
gallery is rich in the tradition of American
Impressionism from the Painters of the Cape
Cod School of Art in the Tradition of Charles
W. Hawthorne and Henry Hensche. Large
permanent collection. New work by Lisa Farrell,
William Papaleo, Flynn Geissel.
Gallery Services: Research, Appraisal, Custom
Framing, Fine Art Consulting. /
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Spare and elegant, the vessels and wall pieces
in this exhibit have complex surfaces, stained
with slips and marked with carving tools, pencils
and iron oxide prints, expressing messages
of thought and intention that may be comprehended,
misinterpreted or partially perceived.
The inscriptions and letters are often fragmentary
and indecipherable, palimpsests of color,
shape and meaning attacked by time.
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)American Center for Physics Gallery
One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD
(301) 209-3125. Open Mon-Fri 9-5
Sitting Presence: photographs by Lance Chang,
sculptures by Liz Lescault, paintings by Bonita
Tabakin, thru Oct 18. Curator: Sarah Tanguy.
The Art Gallery of Potomac
After enjoying two locations in the Potomac
Village shopping center, resident artists will
present artwork at a new online gallery
We appreciate the support that we have
been given, and look forward to serving our
clients in the future. Please follow the website
to see artists’ new work and to contact
them for sales. Events for the group will be
posted on the website as well.
Our next show will be held during the “Potomac
Country Vintage and Arts Festival,” Oct 5-6,
in the village. The show will sponsored by
St. Francis Church in lieu of their 57 year-old
Potomac house tour.
Saturday, Oct 5 from 4-7pm, there will be an
artists’ reception for gallery members and
friends: Veronica Brumberg, Terri Cunningham,
Carol Dyer, Felisa Federman, Habib Hastaie,
Anne Martinez Yolanda Prinsloo, Dot Procter,
Millie Shott, Lida Stifel, and Barbara Denison.
There will be silent auction items on display,
children’s art work and other activities.
Sunday, Oct 6 from 10am-5pm, in addition to
the artwork in the Semmes Hall, there will be
an antique appraiser, and a large group of local
artists in a tented area in the back parking area
across from the Church. Local restaurants will
sponsor A Taste of Potomac there.
" The Artists Gallery
4 East Church St Frederick, (301) 696-8187.
Open Fri-Sun 12-5 & by appt.
Brady Wilks will have a solo show in September
entitled The Ideas Within: A Reflection on
Self through Still Life and Landscapes. Wilks’
new works were created through a unique
blend of contemporary and primitive photographic
processes including Ambrotypes and
Ferrotypes. The show opens August 31.
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9.5 x 9 x 1
(Columbia Art Center Galleries
6100 Foreland Garth, Columbia
(410) 730-0075. Mon-Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm,
Fri 9:30am-9pm, Sat 9:30am-5pm, Sun noon-
MAIN AND WINDOW GALLERIES:
ManneqArt: Sculpture on the Human Form.
Featuring artistically costumed life-size mannequins
created by artists and reflecting the
theme of Air Water Earth, and Fire.Curated by
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" Communication Arts Technologies
Gallery, Montgomery College Rockvillle
Lower level, Tech Center, 51 Manakee St,
240-567-7521. M-W 10-6, Th 10-8, Fri 10-1.
September 30 – October 25: Invitational
Exhibition: Illuminated Letters by artists
and including Patricia Johannsen, Laurel
Vaughan, Martha Vaughan and Cris Wysong.
" The Delaplaine Visual Arts
40 South Carroll Street, Frederick,
301-698-0656. Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 11-5.
Located on the banks of Carroll Creek Linear
Park in historic downtown Frederick, this
award-winning art center offers three floors
of studios and galleries. A 40,000 square-foot
flagship of the arts, the Delaplaine Arts Center
features five exhibit spaces showcasing local,
regional, and national artists.
Through September 29: BRIDGET Z. SULLIVAN:
Ransomed. Mixed media works on paper.
CHLOE WATSON: Inaugural Winter. Photographic
prints on vinyl.
August 28 - September 22: MERRILL STEIGER:
Worlds Collide. Large acrylic paintings.
August 31 - September 22: D.B. STOVALL:
American Vernacular: New Work. Large scale
September 7 - October 27: PATRICIA STOCK-
MAN: Junctions. Digital photo collages.
BL Harmony Hall Regional Center Gallery
10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington,
301.203.6070; TTY 301.203.3803. Open M-Th
9-9, Fri 9-4:45, Sat 9-3:45:
Thru October 11: Passages Revisited, Paintings
by Tinam Valk. Ambiguity of shelter and nature
is the main force in Ms. Valks’ architecture and
( Howard Community College
Horowitz Center for Visual & Performing Arts
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia,
443-518-4189. Email: rbafford@howardcc.
edu. Gallery Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am-8pm.
Thru September 29: The Rouse Company
Foundation Gallery: KYLE BAUER -
ABERRANT, A Mixed Media Installation.
Art Department Gallery: BEN FREUND -
REMNANT, Ceramic Work.
/ King Street Gallery, Montgomery
College Takoma Park/Silver Spring
The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Arts Center, 930 King St, Silver Spring, 240-
567-1368. Gallery for the Fine Art Department
& the School of Art+Design. Mon-Fri 8-4.
JURIED STUDENT EXPOSITION, MC Department
of Visual Arts and Design, thru September.
September 16–October 17: METAPHORS AND
THE MUNDANE: MARK EARNHART , MARY
FRANK, AND CHLOE WATSON. Three sculptors
explore objects as symbols and storytellers.
Each uses the vernacular language of everyday
things to reflect on the lives we live or the
lives lived by others in history.
THE OPEN GALLERY: September 20–November
8: DAWN WHITMORE: BARROW, ALASKA: A
&The Mansion at Strathmore
10701 Rockville Pike, N. Bethesda, Grosvenor-
Metro, desk (301) 581-5109, (301) 581-5200,
Mon-F 10-4, Wed til 9, Sat 10-3 pm.
Fine Artists in Residence Exhibit, thru Sept 15.
Join this year’s Fine AIR class for an exciting final
exhibition that really captures their extraordinary
talents. Painter Ang (Adrienne Gaither),
mixed media artist Drew Storm Graham, illustrator
Jessica Rose and pencil-ink-and-watercolor-detailist
Susan Stacks showcase artwork from
the 2012-2013 Fine AIR experience.
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The Mansion at Strathmore...
September 21—November 10: A Fine Line:
Calligraphy, Language and Symbol. A closer look
at the artistry of handwriting, whether it’s Eastern
calligraphy, Arabic alphabet art, or exciting
new iterations and techniques being tried out by
modern artists. This show challenges perceptions
about the most self-expressive human discipline.
( The Meeting House Gallery
5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia
Open daily from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm
Snap Decisions, thru Sept 7, features the works
of the Columbia Photo Artists.
We Are Family, Sept 14 - November 9. Featuring
the work of Carol Colestock, Lewis Lorton,
Marie McGing, Irene Sylvester and Ann Von
Lossberg, This exhibit is part of the Howard
County Arts Council annual Road to the Arts
Weekend, September 20-22, 2013.
The Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, which
houses the gallery, is an exciting architectural
space used by various congregations and
community groups for religious services,
classes, meetings and private parties.
% Montpelier Arts Center
9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel (4 mi. from Beltway
exit), (301) 377-7800. Open 7 days/week, 10-5:
Call for September info.
"Sarah Silberman Art Gallery
Montgomery College Rockville
Paul Peck Art Building, second floor, 51 Manakee
Street, Rockville, (240) 567-5115. Mon-Fri 10-4:
August 26-Sept 14: 48th Annual Faculty and Staff
(Still Life Gallery Fine Art
& Custom Framing
8173 Main St Ellicott City MD 21043
(410) 461-1616. Wed thru Sun 11am-6 pm
Opening September 15 - Francisco Loza – Arte
de Estambre (Yarn Art ).
Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, Francisco
Loza is currently an Artist in Residence at The
Creative Alliance, Baltimore. Working on wood
covered with a wax adhesive base, he intricately
weaves together brilliantly colored yarn,
thread-by-thread, a technique learned during
15 years spent with Huichol artisans in Mexico.
Loza’s art reflects many aspects of Huichol
sacred traditions shared with him by shamans
who lead celebrations honoring man's relationship
to spirit and nature, capturing the cultural
essence and unique symbolic language of the
Huicholes people, as well as scenes from daily
life and Mexican traditions. Loza also creates
art depicting African traditions, jazz musicians,
and powerful 3-D images. Loza has exhibited
at The Smithsonian Museum of the American
Indian, The American Visionary Art Museum,
and The Walters Art Museum. Exhibit includes
fantastical beaded masks and creatures from
premier artisans of Huichol, Mexico.
Located in Ellicott City's charming Historic District,
Still Life Gallery showcases top regional
fine artists, offering a large, carefully curated
selection of original art plus a stunning selection
of out-of -the ordinary jewelry! Our
custom frame shop has a 30 year legacy of
expert design using archival materials.
/Washington Printmakers Gallery
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, 2nd fl., 8230 Georgia
Ave, Silver Spring, 301.273.3660. Tues-Thurs
12-6 pm, Friday til 7, Sat 10 -5 pm, Sun 12- 5
Jenny Freestone-New Prints, Aug 28-Sept 29.
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!C. Grimaldis Gallery
523 N. Charles St, (410) 539-1080.
Tues-Sat 10am - 5:30 pm.
David Brewster, September 12 - October 26.
Dates are subject to change - please call the
gallery for more information, or e-mail info@
3000 Chestnut Avenue, Mill Centre, #214, 410-
366-2001, Fax: 410-235-8730. Hours: Tuesday
- Friday, 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sat by appt, 12 – 5
pm. Call to verify holiday hours.
Ann Hamilton - near . away, Series and Editions,
Sept 8- October 31.
M T R O Y A L
J O N E S
F A L L S
E X P R E S S W A Y
Stevenson University Gallery
R T 3 9 5
1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD
(443) 334-2163, fax (410) 486-3552.
Open Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 11 - 5, Wed 11 - 8,
Sat 1 - 4. www.stevenson.edu.
Call or check
for September info.
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! Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Art Gallery
St. John’s College Campus, Mellon Hall, 60
College Ave. (410) 626-2556. Tues-Sun 12-5,
Fri 7-8 pm. www.stjohnscollege.com.
Karl Schrag: Memories and Premonitions (organized
by Syracuse University Art Galleries),
thru October 17.
The first major examination of the Karl
Schrag's work since his death in 1995 includes
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70 original works by the influential artist,
including paintings, prints and drawings.
Schrag’s art career spanned more than 60
years, and he had strong ties to the New York
City art scene. After studying at the Art Students
League, he joined S.W. Hayter's prestigious
printmaking studio Atelier 17, working
alongside artists Miró, Chagall, and Jackson
Pollock. Schrag was named director of the
Atelier in 1950 and later began a long teaching
career at Cooper Union, where he taught
drawing and graphic arts from 1954-1968.
" Maryland Federation of Art
Gallery on the Circle
18 State Circle, 410-268-4566
Tuesday thru Sunday 11am - 5pm
AACO: Juried Exhibition of artworks by Anne
Arundel County residents and/ or MFA members
features works in a variety of media and
formats. Works shown at the Galleries at Quiet
Waters Park in Annapolis, thru September 22.
Caras Felices (Happy Faces)
yarn and beads on wood, 24” x 43”
at Still Life Gallery, Maryland
(see page 19)
East Meets West: Impressions of Asia, opens
September 29. Terry Coker Peterson, digital
collage, oil paintings.
Voted Best Annapolis Art Gallery 2011, MFA’s
Circle Gallery presents rotating national juried
exhibitions, member juried exhibitions, and
non-juried opportunities for local artists. Our
members organize 20 to 25 exhibitions yearly.
Thru September 15: 13th Annual American
Landscapes, National Juried Exhibition. Juror:
Denis Carvalho, professor, Institute of
Doctorial Studies in the Visual Arts, NYC.
Le Bouillon Kub
Collage on laid paper, 10" x 8"
at Wonder Graphics
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313 (Upstairs) Mill St., Occoquan, (703)
4901117. Open Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 11-5,
Sun 12-5. www.loftgallery.org.
TWO VISIONS: Sculptures by Francesca Di
Lorenzo, Paintings by Denise Shamoun
Phalan, September 3rd thru October 6.
Two Visions: How do two people, looking at
the same object or event, see and interpret
things so differently? Two artists look at the
natural world around them and translate
what they see into works of art that differ
not only in approach and medium but also
in the resulting visual product and chosen
Working from a live model, Francesca Di
Lorenzo's sculptural vision begins with a
block of clay which she sculpts to capture or
transform the essence and intimacy of an
individual, or the awesomeness and power of
Denise Shamoun Phalan combines elements
that spring from the earth - flora and mineral
with the occasional fauna. Using subject
matter from both Virginia and Texas, Phalan’s
renderings, enhanced by the application of
gold leaf, result in small jewel-like studies
that sparkle and appear to dance within their
Established in 1986, the Loft Gallery shows
original fine art by local professionals. Wide
variety of imagery, media, styles, and genres,
including landscape, still life, figure and
portraits in oils, acrylics, watercolor, colored
pencil, pastel, photography, printmaking,
sculpture and glass. Commissions welcome.
# McLean Project for the Arts
1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, 703-790-1953.
Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 1-5.
September 12 – November 2:
Emerson Gallery: Buried Voices: Works by
Susanne K. Arnold.
Atrium Gallery: Alex Tolstoy: Mostly Landscapes.
Ramp Gallery: Connecting the Parts: Paintings by
$ Workhouse Arts Center
9601 Ox Road, Lorton, 703-584-2900.
Visit artists’ studios Wed-Sat 11am-7pm; Sun
12-5pm. Over 100 artists exhibit in the Vulcan
Gallery & Studio Galleries. Workhouse Prison
Museum at Lorton open Wed-Fri 12-3pm; Sat &
Sun 12-4pm. www.WorkhouseArts.org.
3rd Annual Workhouse Clay National 2013, thru
September 8. Our 3rd Annual Workhouse Clay
National Ceramics Exhibition, 2013. This is an
“Open Call” for functional and/or sculptural
Inner Librare, thru October 6, an exhibition of artist's
books, book objects and book experiences.
Locally made cross media, this exhibit helps
celebrate “Fall for the Book” festival, September
22 – 28.
Sueños Americanos, September 14—November
3. A nationally juried exhibition comprised of
works created by visual artists working in a variety
of mediums and styles that celebrate Latin
Over 100 Workhouse artists exhibit all media in
the Vulcan Gallery, McGuireWoods Gallery & the
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Galleries magazine will miss
our longtime friend
Norman Parish, artist and
gallerist, who passed
away this Summer
Norm would have
Duke Ellington quote;
it's an artist's credo.
"I merely took the
energy it takes
to pout and
wrote some blues."
- Duke Ellington
6-8 pm: Susan Calloway Fine Arts,
Georgetown - Larry Chappelear.
6-8 pm: Columbia Art Center Galleries,
Maryland - ManneqArt: Sculpture on the
5-8 pm: The Old Print Gallery, Georgetown
- Alessandro Mastro-Valerio: A Retrospective.
6-8 pm: The Gallery at Sterling &
Burke, Georgetown - Landscapes and
Landmarks. Guests of honor, local artists
Claire Howard and Guy Fairlamb.
5-7 pm: Howard Community College
Galleries, Maryland - Kyle Bauer, Ben
4-6 pm: Studio Gallery, Dupont Circle -
Yvette Kraft, Sally Levie, Brian Williams.
afternoon: Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Art
Gallery, Annapolis - Karl Schrag.
5:30-8 pm: Zenith Gallery Salon, see Downtown
DC - Great Streets - The Urban Life of
DC. At Washington DC Economic Partnership
1495 F St NW.
6-8 pm: King Street Gallery, MCCC Takoma
Park Maryland - Metaphors and the Mundane:
Mark Earnhart, Mary Frank, Chloe
Watson. Open Gallery: Dawn Whitmore.
7-9 pm: The Mansion at Strathmore, Maryland
- A Fine Line: Calligraphy,
Language and Symbol.
6:30-8:30 pm: Watergate Gallery, Downtown
DC - Our Lady of Perpetual Exhaustion.
3-5 pm: MFA Gallery, Annapolis- East Meets
West: Impressions of Asia.
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% B & B 215 King Street Art Gallery
215 King Street, 2nd Floor, Old Town Alexandria.
Open Wed-Sun or by appt, 703-706-5791
New Gallery. Lelia Troup Beall specializes in
Galaxy paintings and Scottish landscapes in
oil. Martha Brumbaugh specializes in cave
paintings and landscapes, mostly of France, in
watercolor and acrylic.
Newest feature, Vera Gridasova from southern
Russia - colorful abstract paintings in acrylic
with canandash on paper. Jane Andrle
Gillette's Washington monuments and Old
Town Alexandria watercolors.
Other artists include Ron Flemmings, Gale
Fitzwater McBrien - bronze sculptures,
Catherine Mein - multi media abstracts,
Elizabeth Mechling, Nar Steel, Jan Moffat,
Janice Connally, Phyllis Sidorsky, Cindi Lewis,
Patricia Uchello, Joe Demshar, Charles Kolb,
Michele Lendt and Deena Montigny. Paintings
by Adophe Milich and Chester Loomis.
Studio of Beall & Brumbaugh on-site. Baby
grand piano ready to be played.
$ Del Ray Artisans
2704 Mt Vernon Ave, (703) 838-4827
Thurs 12-6, Fri 12-9, Sat 10-9, Sundays 12-6
One Percent, Sept 6-29. This all-area artist
show at Del Ray Artisans gallery is about
defining and depicting the 1% of anything
each artist chose in a representational,
abstract, or symbolic form in any media
(2D/3D). Initially inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s
novel The Great Gatsby regarding the
wealthy 1%, the concept grew to include
something overlooked or unnoticed, natural
resources, indigenous cultures, achievement of
happiness, a grain of sand or a drop of water
etc. It could be the 1% of something the artist
saw, felt or wished for; or what 1% of something
looks like today, yesterday or tomorrow.
Come find the 1% that inspires you!
! Multiple Exposures Gallery
105 N. Union St., # 312, (703) 683-2205,
Open daily 11-5 pm, 2-9 pm 2nd Thurs.
September 3-October 13:
Colleen Henderson-Daily Differences; Karen
R E I N E K E R S
W E S T S T
P A Y N E S T
C O M M E R C E S T
F A Y E T T E S T
H E N R Y S T
P A T R I C K S T
A L F R E D S T
C 0 L U M B U S S T
W A S H I N G T O N S T
S T A S A P H
P I T T S T
R O Y A L
F A I R F A X
L E E S T
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James Francis O'Brien,
Drugstore on 14th St
oil on canvas, 16” x 20”
at Studio Antiques and Fine
! Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery
105 N. Union St, Studio # 18, (703) 548-0935.
Open M-Sun 11-5, Thurs Nights, thru 9 pm.
Fairy Tales and Other Childhood Stories, thru
Sept 8. In this show, our artists derive
inspiration from fairy tales and favorite fantasy
stories.; the morals and fables that shape our
childhood and fire our imagination.
September 10- October 20: Collaborations of
Two or More Artists: Working together and
The DC area’s first cooperative fiber art gallery,
and have 70 members, some of whom
are published, teach and have won awards
in the fiber arts genre. New juried shows
are installed monthly which include original
works in jewelry, scarves, clothing, woven,
knitted or crocheted items, as well as handmade
paper, wall hangings, fiber sculptures
and a variety of other innovative work.
Studio #325, Torpedo Factory Art Center, 105
N. Union St, (703) 683-1342. Daily 11am-5 pm.
Laura Huff exhibits her original screenprints
in a show titled, SPINOFFs. Her inspiration
for this show came from her participation
in the Washington Printmakers Original
Calendar from 1979 to 2013. Printmakers
Inc. remains the only group studio dedicated
to the art of original hand-pulled prints.
Member artists work in a variety of traditional
printmaking techniques that include intaglio,
relief, monotypes and screenprinting.
Current members: Penny Barringer, Anne
Buchal, Judith Coady, Laura Huff, Avis Fleming,
Norma Pffaf, Patrick Sargent, Carolyn
#Studio Antiques & Fine Art
524 N. Washington St, (703) 548-5188.
Open Tues. - Sat., 11-5, Sunday, 12-5.
Area’s most extensive & diverse collection of
European & American painting from the 18th
to the early 20th century. Over 300 antique
paintings beautifully displayed in conjunction
with period furniture & accessories in a turnof-the-century
row house in historic Alexandria.
Painting subjects include landscapes,
portraits, genre scenes, animals, still lives,
marines, etc. Everything is properly restored
and guaranteed as represented. Painting
restoration, picture lights.
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