Galleries Magazine

galleriesmagazine.com

Galleries Magazine

Capitol Twilight. Emily Trueblood, 2011..Capital Art FairTwenty-Two Exhibitors from across the United StatesMARCH 31 and APRIL 1, 2012SAtuRdAy 10am – 6pmSundAy 11 am – 5pmAdMISSIon $10Holiday Inn - Rosslyn Westpark Hotel1900 north Fort Myer drive, Arlington VA 22209Information: 212.683.3950Visit our website for detailswww.capitalartprintfair.com


6th ST7th St2nd StMARYLAND AVEEAST CAPIT0L ST.3rd St4th St5th St5CapiTol534HillA ST. NEA ST. SE8th StN. CAROLINA AVE!Newman Gallery513 11th St SE, (202) 544-7577. e-mail: newmangallery@aol.com.Tues-Sat 10-6.www.gallerynewman.com.Rotating exhibits of local and international artists.Gallery services include custom framing & designon the premises; also conservation, installation &on-site consultation.C STD STFolg erParkPENNSYLVANIA AVE9th ST10th St11th StSewardSquareMS. CAROLINA AVE.1April openings120 Friday6-8 pm: Parish Gallery, Georgetown -Christine and Richmond Jones.21 Saturday5-7 pm: Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Georgetown-Jackie Battenfield.6-7:30 pm: Watergate Gallery, Downtown- Sculpting Outside the Lines.2-4 pm: Workhouse Art Center Gallery,Virgina - Japanese Art and Culture Day atthe Workhouse.27 Friday6-8 pm: Susan Calloway Fine Arts,Georgetown - K Silve.27 Friday7-9 pm: VisArts, Maryland - Paul Jeanes.28 Saturday6-9 pm: American University Museumat the Katzen Arts Center, UptownDC - Like. Comment. Share; UndergraduateHonors Student Exhibition.5-7 pm: Greater Reston Arts Center,Virginia - PLAY: Ed Bisese, Calder Brannock,Dickson Carroll, Jackie Levine, Marco Rando,Ming-Yi Sung Zaleski.29 Sunday3-5 pm: Elizabeth Myers Mitchell ArtGallery, Annapolis - St John's CollegeCommunity Art Exhibition 2012.6 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


GalerieLareuseEstablished 1983Offering original works on paper by 19thand 20th century masters includingPicasso, Chagall, Miro, Calder, Matisse,Renoir, Dali, Whistler, Cassatt, Warhol,Leger, Braque and others.2820 Pennsylvania Ave NW(202) 333-1506, (202) 333-1507 faxTues-Sat 12-6 or by appt.www.galerielareuse.comOwner: Jean-Michel (Meech) Lareuse, Curator: Kreg D. KelleyMember of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA)www.IFPDA.orge-mail: jml@galerielareuse.com/The Old Print Gallery1220 31st St NW, (202) 965-1818Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30 pmwww.oldprintgallery.comBLOSSOM DC, thru May 11. Inspired by the 100year anniversary of the gift of cherry trees fromJapan to Washington DC, this show celebratesthe beauty and elegance of spring’s blossoms.A group show of both contemporary and early20th century printmakers, BLOSSOM DC showcasesnew work by local artists Marti Patchell,Phillip Bennet, and Susan Goldman.The Old Print Gallery specializes in contemporaryand early 20th century prints, from Americanand local DC artists. Established in historicGeorgetown in 1971, the gallery has becomeone of the most respected antique print andmap gallery in the United States, with anextensive collection in American historic prints,botanicals, Currier & Ives, Audubon’s, Americantown views, and maps of the United States.The gallery also specializes in conservationframing, using archival-quality materials andtechniques.Georgetown continues....www.galleriesmagazine.comAPRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 15


Roisin Fitzpatrick, Artist of the LightSpiral of Life24" x 24"Finest quality crystal on silk canvas,at La Luna Gallery, Uptown, DC! Parish Gallery1054 31st St NW, (202) 944-2310,parishgallery@bigplanet.com.Open Tues-Sat, noon to 6 pm.www.parishgallery.comThru April 17, Parish Gallery presents Instinctof Desire by internationally recognized Africanpainter, Bethel Aniaku, born in Lomé, Togo.Mr. Aniaku’s compositions concentrateon capturing present reality by using theabstract, various materials, and playing withcolor, light and space. He honors the trade ofhis carpenter ancestors by using wood as thebase for his paintings. His inspiration comesfrom everyday experiences and life.Mr. Aniaku was represented at the 2011Cultural Festival in Wasnington, DC. He isalso represented by the Contemporary ArtMuseum of Hiroshima, Japan; B.C.E.A.O. Bank,Dakar, Senegal; Tokyo Museum, Tokyo, Japan;The Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.;and Mbari Institute, Washington, D.C.April 20-May 15: Works of husband and wifeChristine and Richmond Jones- Two Views/One Vision: The Paintings of Richmond Jonesand Christine Osada Jones.Christine Jones states that, “art has alwaysbeen the focus of my professional career.”She started out as an illustrator and wenton to design visual merchandising elements.She says she was fortunate to "have creativityas my companion" over 20 plus years asthe supervisor of the Chicago Public Library’sgraphics and exhibition design department.Her works in oil pastel represent the texturesand colors, people and places in which shefinds inspiration. They have been exhibitedin numerous group shows in Illinois as wellas on the West Coast.Richmond Jones enjoyed a lengthy graphicdesign career working in New York as an artdirector for several prestigious companies.He established Richmond A. Jones Graphicsin Chicago in 1970, operating a graphicdesign studio successfully for thirty years.In 2000, searching for a new creative direction,he began a career as a transparentwatercolor painter. Since then Richmond ’swork has been exhibited in numerous juriedexhibitions around the country and he hasreceived many awards. His work is in privatecollections throughout the United States.16 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


UPTOWN#American Painting5118 MacArthur Blvd. NW, (202) 244-3244. Open Wed-Sat 11-7 & by appt.www.classicamericanpainting.com.Paintings by American artist AndreiKushnir, Michele Martin Taylor, BarbaraNuss, Michael Francis, Carol Spils, StevensJay Carter, Roger Doyle, and local artistswith national reputations. To April 28:Remembering Ross Merrill. An exhibithonoring the late Ross Merrill, artistmember of the Washington Society ofLandscape Painters, a founder of theMid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Associationand Chief of Conservation, NationalGallery of Art. Mr. Merrill, and artistsfrom both group with guest artist BobGamblin, exhibit works created at amemorial paint-out in June 2011 on theEastern Shore.! American University Museumat the Katzen Arts Center4400 Mass. Ave NW, (202) 885-1300. Tues thru Sun 11-4.www.american.edu/museum.Opening April 3: Lou Stovall: VerticalViews, Floating World: 19th CenturyJapanese Woodblock Prints, TomokazuMatsuyama: Thousand Regards, andDepartment of Art First-Year MFA StudentExhibition. Opening April 21: Departmentof Art MFA Thesis Student Exhibition.Opening on April 28: Like. Comment.Share; and Undergraduate Honors StudentExhibition.$ Kathleen Ewing GalleryVintage and Contemporary Photography,3615 Ordway St NW, 202-328-0955. Byappointment convenient to your schedule.www.kathleenewinggallery.com.Master and Contemporary Photography,including A. Aubrey Bodine, Esther Bubley,Willy Ronis, August Sander, Phil Borges, JohnGrant, Adriel Heisey, Alex MacLean, DarrowMontgomery, Mark Power, Rosamond Purcell,John Reef, Steve Szabo and others."Foxhall Gallery202-966-7144E-mail: foxhallgallery@foxhallgallery.comwww.foxhallgallery.comExhibiting artwork thru select privateshowings, and an online virtual gallery.#LaLuna Gallery5171 MacArthur Blvd NW(347) 549 - 0551Mon - Sat, 11am to 6pm; Thurs to 7 pmLalunagallerydc.comRoisin Fitzpatrick, Artist of the Light,contemporary Irish artist bringing beautyand nature together. Intricate patterns ofSwarovski crystals on slipper satin producinginspiring art.18 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


% Wisconsin Avenue Studio4622 Wisconsin Ave, 2nd floorBy appointment, tel: 202-244-4331www.thecabinetart.weebly.comWAS specializes in contemporary art by WashingtonDC Metro Artists. Art to fit your styleand your budget.Paintings by Luciano Penay continues, seeMarch listing. Penay's emphasis on experimentationreverberates though his work. AtWAS, mixed media paintings and collagesmove seamlessly from 2 to 3D. Two rareblack and white etchings are on view.THE CABINET: WORK ON PAPER. Landscapes,seen and imagined, in diverse media.BETHESDAchevy chase"Clinical Research Center GalleriesNational Institutes of Health, Building 10,Bethesda, (301) 402-0115.Open daily, 7 am-9 pm.www.lillianfitzgerald.blogspot.com.Thru May 4: Mark O Hatfield Clinical CenterNorth Gallery- Krista Townsend. West Gallery- Elizabeth Floyd. East Gallery- JoellenMurphy. East Alcove Gallery- Rose O'Donnell.West Alcove Gallery- Martha Spak, SculptureCases- Nan Rothwell.! Waverly Street Gallery104600 East-West Highway, Suite 120(entrance on Waverly St.), Bethesda(301) 951-9441, Tues-Sat 12-6.www.waverlystreetgallery.com.Quietude, Paintings by Loriann Signori andNew Work by Gallery Artists.April 10 - May 5.Demonstration: Saturday, April 14, 4-6 pm.Inthis exhibit Loriann Signori showcases hernewest paintings, along with each painting’sTop Drawer: Classic black and white printsin linocut and intaglio etching technique.Developed during the Renaissance, thesetechniques were used first to copy famouspaintings and then for original compositions.Linocut, the original graphic technique, isprinted in relief. In intaglio, the ink is pulledfrom shallow grooves in the plate onto thepaper. Classic prints in The Cabinet are portableand prized for their intimate size.Portfolios: N. Ungar (digis), Vess (monotypes),Valk (mixed media), Segnan (prints), Katzen(watercolors), Huff (silkscreens),, Cusick (figuredrawings), Blankstein (prints), / A. Banks(collage) and others.O L D G E O R G E T O W N R DWILSON LAMOORLANDEDGEMOORHAMPDENELM STB A T T E R Y L AR U G B YAUBURNNORFOLKARLINGTONplein air and color harmonyBETHESDAstudies, beautiesin their own right. Signori’s paintingsare haunting. The poetic nature of her choiceof subject and the profound sensitivity shebrings to her work is outstanding. She isa painter with a soulful connection to hersubject. Her approach is best described as apoetic realism.Indeed, Signori is a painter of luminosity. Hermost recent works are quite large and richwith deep, jewel-like color. She says that toachieve such luminescence she must workin thin layers of paint, allowing each layer todry before the next is applied. In this way, thecolors come to resonate with one another andproduce an overall depth of hue. Like an opal,each color vibrates from its separate plane.The effect is a world of beauty, glowing frominside the painting.APRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 19B R A D L E Y B L V DST ELMO"W O O D M O N TW I S C O N S I N A V EM!L E L A N DEAST - WEST82 1146


MARYLANDMap #'s outside Beltway indicate general direction)American Center for Physics GalleryOne Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD(301) 209-3125. Open Mon-Fri 9-5www.acp.org.The Space Between: paintings by Lylie Fisher,mixed media and photo-based works byKristy Simmons, and sculptures by MarcosSmyth thru May 4. Curator: Sarah Tanguy.BPThe Art Gallery of Potomac10107 River Road, Potomac240-447-9417, Open Thurs-Sun 12-4www.potomacartists.comThrough Our Eyes, April 4-29. New paintings byResident Artist Dot Procter and Visiting ArtistElaine Hurst. Dot Procter works outside andin her Bethesda studio making colorful livelyacrylic paintings of the world around her. ElaineHurst’s paintings usually focus on the use of lightand unusual views that push her creativity, andthe imagination of her viewers. April 14 (raindate April 15) Paint Out, 9-12noon, at AnglersBoat Landing. April 29, 1-4pm, Artists Demonstrations.Tues April 17 & 24, Art Play for Adults,6-8pm. (See potomacartists.com for details.)Gallery Resident Artists: Colette Calilhanna,Terri Cunningham, Cherry Dearie, Carol Dyer,Felisa Federman, Claire Howard, Anne Martinez,Yolanda Prinsloo, Dot Procter, Millie Schott, andMartha Spak work in all mediums, and varyingsubject matter from portraiture, still life,landscape, and abstracts. Resident artists, andvisiting artists create a new show each monthwith different themes, and new works." The Artists Gallery4 East Church St Frederick, (301) 696-8187.Open Fri-San 12-5 & by appt.www.the-artists-gallery.org.Artifacts & Life Changes, Apr 6-29, mixedmedia works by Chris Noel and oil paintingsby Jennifer De Angelo Baxter. Chris Noel’sdebris paintings are collections of discardedelements that take on new meaning whenreassembled and brushed, rolled or dabbedwith vivid color. Jennifer De Angelo Baxteruses found objects, such as bird eggs, skulls,and nests as symbols throughout her work.Some of her paintings depict rights of passage,while others capture a moment in time.20 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


& The Mansion at Strathmore10701 Rockville Pike, N. Bethesda, GrosvenorMetro, desk (301) 581-5109, info (301) 581-5200, Mon-Fri 10-4, Wed til 9 pm, Sat 10-3.www.strathmore.org.To April 14: A SINGULAR VIEW – THE ART ANDWORDS OF JOHN PATON DAVIES, JR. Pre-Columbianart & 20th century U.S. history dovetail inan exhibit based on diplomat & designer JohnPaton Davies, Jr. An expert on China who stoodup to Sen. McCarthy’s Red Scare, Davies left alegacy of art when he passed away in 1999.To April 21: VIEWPOINT: 21st ANNUAL STRATH-MORE ARTISTS. An exquisite, exclusive juriedshowfeaturing Strathmore Artists: painters,sculptors, printmakers, photographers, mixedmedia artists & all manner of regional artisans.- Children's Talk and Tour 10 am; Art Talk,Saturday, April 14, 1pm.April 28-June 9: STRATHMORE UNLEASHED! Acanine-tastic art exhibition about man’s bestfriend. Dogs in sculpture, painting, mixedmedia, design, photography and video.% Montpelier Arts Center9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel (4 mi. from Beltwayexit), (301) 377-7800. Open 7 days/week, 10-5.Joyce Yu-Jean Lee. A recent graduate of the MarylandInstitute College of Art exhibits videos andprints based on the paintings of Old Masters suchas Caravaggio and da Vinci, April 10 - May 27. SamLacombe - realist painter who uses geometry andneon signage to capture the urban environment,April 5 – May 25, Library Gallery. Rufus Norman,colorful, imaginative paintings of people, places,and still life, April 9– May 28, Resident Gallery."Sarah Silberman Art GalleryMontgomery College RockvillePaul Peck Art Building, second floor, 51 ManakeeStreet, Rockville, (240) 567-5115. Mon-Fri 10-4.ANNUAL ROCKVILLE STUDENT ARTEXHIBITION, April 4 – May 2. Curators:Sumita Kim, Judy Stone, Ken Jassie."VisArts155 Gibbs Street, Rockville. Located three blocksfrom the Rockville Metro station. (301) 315-8200.New Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday:12–9 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12–5 pm. Free.www.visartscenter.orgFIELD WORK, to April 14. Nine artists investigatethe relationships between community, resources,sustainability & art. Featuring Dan Allende, IanCox, Selin Balci, Margaret Boozer, J.J. McCracken,Lynn Cazabon, Patterson Clark, Hugh Pocock, &Jackson Martin. (Gibbs Street & Kaplan Galleries)Looking at You, through April 14. Featuringthe Montgomery Portrait Artists: Kathy Bush,Alfred Laoang, Jeanean Songco Martin, andBill Mapes. (Common Ground Gallery)Paul Jeanes: The Arousing, April 25 – May 25. Inhis recent abstract paintings, Paul Jeanes exploresactive processes: dripping, pouring, glazing andscraping in order to build paintings that visualizeturbulent chromatic atmospheres where fleetinggestures are at once illuminated and obscured. Inthis process-driven approach, Jeanes is part colorabstractionist and part quixotic alchemist, whoinstinctively sublimates thought, with time andmatter to create his thinly layered hallucinatorypaintings. (Gibbs Street Gallery)2012 Congressional Art Competition, April 26 –May 17. Showcasing young artists, this annual juriedexhibition features original, two-dimensionalworks in various media created by high school studentsin Maryland’s Eighth Congressional District.The winning entry will be displayed for one yearin the United States Capitol, alongside artworkfrom congressional districts across the country.The competition & exhibition is sponsored byCongressman Chris Van Hollen. (Kaplan Gallery)/ Washington Printmakers GalleryPyramid Atlantic Art Center, 2nd Fl., 8230Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, 301.273.3660. Tues-Thurs 12-6 pm, Friday til 7, Sat 10 -5 pm, Sun12- 5 pm.email: info@washingtonprintmakers.com,www.washingtonprintmakers.com.SPRING – group exhibition by WPG membersin the Press Room, April 4-29. Runningconcurrently in the main gallery: PyramidAtlantic’s annual juried member exhibition.APRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 23


BALTIMORE! C. Grimaldis Gallery523 N. Charles St, (410) 539-1080.Tues-Sat 10am - 5:30 pm.www.cgrimaldisgallery.comALEXEY TITARENKO, April 4 - May 12. Photographsof St. Petersberg and other locations by Russianborn,internationally celebrated photographer.% Goya Contemporary3000 Chestnut Avenue, Mill Centre, #214, 410-366-2001, Fax: 410-235-8730. Hours: Tuesday- Friday, 10 am - 5:30 pm, Saturday, by appt,12 – 5 pm. Call to verify holiday hours.www.goyacontemporary.comLynda Benglis, Prints & Cast Paper from the1970's-2000's, thru May 2." Colour and I are one. I am a painter.- Paul Klee, 1914HOWARDFRANKLINMULBERRYSARATOGAFAYETTELOMBARDSHARP PARKCATHEDRALCHARLESJ O N E SMADISONCENTREORLEANSPRATTStevenson University GalleryCAMDEN1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD(410) 486-7000, fax (410) 486-3552.STADIUMINNEROpen Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 11 - 5, HARBOR Wed 11 - 8,Sat 1 - 4. www.stevenson.edu.R T 3 9 5M T R O Y A L51Stevenson Gallery: Vitreous, Graduating SeniorVisual Communication Design majors conceive,design, install and produce the work in this celebrationFEDERAL of student talent, HILL April 19 – June 9.6St. Paul Companies Pavilion: Thru May 25: La4Fraîcheur de la France... La Calor de Barcelona.The cool of France... the warmth of Barcelona.This Student exhibit features photos takenby those who traveled with faculty JeffersonSteele and Carol Cornwell.ST PAULLIGHT STF A L L SCALVERTE X P R E S S W A YKEY HIGHWAYE. FORT AVE14R T 8 3224 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


HANSON STREETMark DormanLavendar Sky at Givernyfrom 'Color In Nature' ShowGeorge Washington's River FarmAlexandria, VirginiaApril 2- June 25call for directions and times703-768-5700 or 1-800-777-7931GOLDSBOROUGH STREETEASTON!South Street Art Gallery5 South Street, 410-770-8350.Fri and Saturday - 10 to 5, Sunday - noon to 5Other times by chance or appointmentwww.southstreetartgallery.com.Shake Your Winter Blues. Join us as we shakeoff the snow and ice of winter and present adelightful display of beautiful floral still lifesand warm landscapes. Beautiful pieces bygallery artists like Tim Bell, Gavin Brooks, EdCooper, Valerie Craig, Gay Faulkenberry, SaraLinda Poly, Jim and David Plumb will be availableto help you put the Winter Blues behindyou and celebrate Earth’s Spring rebirth.#Troika Gallery9 S. Harrison Street, 410.770.9190. Monday- Saturday 10-5:30, Sunday by appointment.www.troikagallery.comTake your pick from an exquisite bouquet ofthe finest of fine art at our Spring Group Show,which runs April 13-May 28. Enjoy versatileworks by many of our 35 renowned artists22WASHINGTON STREETDOVER STREETGLENWOOD AVESOUTH STREET!#from across the country, exclusively representedin the area by Troika Gallery. Representedartists are: Jorge Alberto, Kenn Backhaus,Roger Dale Brown, John Ebersberger, LauraEra, Kevin Fitzgerald, George Goebel, DavidBuckley Good, Andrew Schuler Guerin, MarkHiles, Matthew 21 Hillier, Bo Jia, Jeanette Le Grue,Ken Lehman, Victor Letonoff, Lynne Lockhart,Peter S. Loonam, Kirk McBride, Lou Messa,Raoul Middleman, Terry Miller, Dorothy F.Newland, Victor Nizovtsev, Brendan O’Neill, W.Stanley Proctor, Gary Robertson, Julia Rogers,Ann Didusch Schuler, William P. Storck, JohnW. Taylor, Carol Lee Thompson, David H. Turner,Paula Waterman, Jennifer Heyd Wharton, andMatthew Zoll. Meet many artists at openingreception April 13 from 5-9pm. Specializingin classically-based original fine art, thissophisticated gallery has an elegant ambiance,yet offers the charm and warmth of a friendlyworking studio found nowhere else on theEastern Shore. Artist portfolios and galleryinformation: www.troikagallery.com.HARRISON STREETSOUTH LANEAPRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 25


G L O U C E S T E RANNAPOLISCHURCHCIRCLES O U T H"M A I N S TFRANCIS B L A D E NSTATECIRCLE! Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Art GalleryVIRGINIA$Art First GalleryCOLLEGEMARYLANDEAST STRANDALLSee Map page 20!#$824 Caroline St., Fredericksburg(540) 371-7107Open Mon-Sun 11-5 and by appt.www.artfirstgallery.comApril: Paula Rose and Sally Rhone- Kubarek.In the heart of historic Oldtown, we celebrateour 20th year bringing fine art to a discerningSt. John’s College Campus, Mellon Hall, 60 CollegeAve., (410) 626-2556. Tues-Sun 12-5, Fri7-8 pm. www.stjohnscollege.com.Gather up the Fragments: The Andrews ShakerCollection, to April 19. Many are familiar withShaker-style furniture and their philosophy of“form follows function,” but few know of theextent of Shaker craftsmanship and the influencethat their beliefs had on the making anduse of everyday objects.Faith and Edward Deming Andrews spent 40years (1920s-1960s) collecting objects fromShaker communities; their collecting processand research made the Shaker way of life moreaccessible. We showcase furniture and art traditionallyassociated with the Shakers, with smallobjects, manuscripts, and tools that formed thewarp and weft of their daily lives. A wonderfulopportunity to learn about one of America’s bestrecognized, least understood communities.St. John's College Community Art Exhibition2012, April 29 - May 13. Diverse collection ofceramics, paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture,textiles, and photographs, elegantlyrepresents the artistic talent of the community." Maryland Federation of ArtGallery on the Circle18 State Circle, 410-268-4566Tuesday thru Sunday 11am - 5pmwww.mdfedart.comArt on Paper, thru April 22. The 35th AnnualArt on Paper national juried exhibition. JurorSusan Badder is an adjunct professor of art historyat Maryland Institute College of Art and anindependent curator/editor/museum educator.Maryland Federation of Art Spring JuriedMember Exhibition, features works by localartists in all media, April 27 - May 20.Voted Best Annapolis Art Gallery 2011, MFA’sCircle Gallery presents rotating national juriedexhibitions, member juried exhibitions, andnon-juried opportunities for local artists. Ourmembers organize 20 to 25 exhibitions yearly.public. Rotating exhibitions of carefullychosen contemporary painting, photography,sculpture,jewelry, and textiles by over 30award winning local artists offer a broad selectionof quality work.Art First represents the region’s finest artists andhas an established reputation for excellence.Within walking distance are 18th and 19th c.historic buildings such as Mary WashingtonHouse, The Rising Sun Tavern, and more. Relaxand enjoy a stroll back in time.New show receptions are open to the publicfrom 6 to 9 pm on the First Friday of everymonth.26 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012


!Greater Reston Arts Center12001 Market Street, Suite #103Reston, Tues – Saturday, 11am – 5pm(703) 471-9242, info@restonarts.orgwww.restonarts.orgThru April 12: Emerging Visions: invisible cities.Annual exhibition featuring Fairfax Countyadolescents, celebrating Youth Art Month.PLAY, April 26 – June 9. Ed Bisese, CalderBrannock, Dickson Carroll, Jackie Levine,Marco Rando, Ming-Yi Sung Zaleski.Appetite for Art – Contemporary Art Dialoguesfor Adults*, Mondays April 30, May 7, May14, May 21, 10:30 am– noon. Super Studio:Hands-on workshop for ages 7 to 10*, Monday,May , 3:30 – 5pmGreater Reston Arts Center and the HyattRegency Reston are pleased to present thework of accomplished Virginia artists DanaAnn Scheurer (until April 16) and JonathanFisher, April 16 thru July 18.$ Loft Gallery313 (Upstairs) Mill St.,Occoquan, (703) 490-1117. OpenTues-Fri 11-4, Sat 11-5, Sun 12-5.www.loftgallery.org.Luminosity: A Study in Textures and Patterns,Colored Pencil drawings by Sherry Smith,April 3 - 29.Established in 1986, the Loft Gallery showsoriginal fine art by local professionals.Wide variety of imagery, media, styles, andgenres, including portraiture, landscape,and still life in photography, watercolor, oils,acrylics, colored pencil, graphite, and sculpture.Commissions welcome.Current artists: Jewell Pratt Burns, BonnieFerguson Butler, Karen Kozojet Ching,Deborah Conn, Fran DiLorenzo, KathleenGillmann, Deborah Herndon, Lydia Jechorek, Suzanne Jepson, Graciela Cogote Keane,Linda Larochelle, Gwen Harrison Lockhart,Elizabeth Geers Loftis, Jan Moffatt, SusanNorman, Lisa Perotti, Jackie Perry, DenisePhalan, Karin Sebolka, Natalie Shudt,Sherry Smith, Marcia Weidler.#McLean Project for the Arts1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, 703-790-1953.Tues-Fri 11-4, Sat 1-5.All Galleries: Thru April 9, Youth Art Exhibition:Middle and High School. April 19 – June 2: AllGalleries: Four Perspectives: Becoming MPA,50th Anniversary Exhibition featuring exhibitionscurated by Sarah Tanguy, Andrea Pollan,Deborah McLeod, and Nancy Sausser.$Workhouse Arts Center9517 Workhouse Way, Lorton, 703-584-2900,Visit working artists' studios Wednesday-Saturday11am – 7pm; Sunday 12-5pm.www.WorkhouseArts.org.Art…for a Change! thru April 8. 2012 CongressionalArt, April 13-29. 2nd Saturday Art Walk6-9pm on April 14; Sgt. Scott Lange KirkpatrickPoetry Slam during the Art Walk. ArtNotespresents “Kirsten Warfield & Present Company”April 14. Enjoy FREE events, artist demos,lectures and more at Japanese Art and CultureDay, April 21. Ballroom Social Dance, DateNight: Chef’s Table and Film Screening of5 Centimeters per Second, April 21.Over 100 Workhouse artists exhibit all media inGallery W-16, First Floor & the Studio Galleries.WEST VIRGINIA" Steam at Harper’s Ferry180 High Street, 1-BHarper’s Ferry, West VirginiaOpen Saturdays and Sundays 10-5304-885-0094info@steamatharpersferry.comwww.steamatharpersferry.comThrough mid-May, Steampunk Travel, featuringcabinetry works designed and createdby Kris Consaul and Chip York of Pith HelmetProvisions as well as paintings by Arlington,Virginia artist, Jason Edwards.Steam at Harper’s Ferry is a Victorian/Steampunkthemed gallery and print shop locatedin the historic lower town of Harper’s Ferry,West Virginia. Steam at Harper’s Ferry hasquarterly openings and features local andregional artists.APRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 27


OLDTOWNALEXANDRIA!The Art League105 N. Union St (in The Torpedo Factory), (703)683-1780. Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm,Thursdays until 9pm, and Sundays noon 6pm.www.theartleague.org.Earth, April 4 – April 30. Juried exhibit thatwill feature works addressing the state of ourplanet. The inaugural exhibit for the “Leagueof 25.” The kick-off event will take place duringthe opening reception, where members of theLeague of 25 are invited to partake in a specialrecycled art challenge. Visit our website formore details.April All-Media Exhibit, April 4 – April 30. Ajuried exhibit featuring works of all media andsubject matter by Art League members.Somewhere In The Orient II, by Marcia Jestaedt,April 5 – 30. Elegant sculptural forms andgarments, inspired by the Far East in this soloexhibit of raku ceramic work .$Del Ray Artisans2704 Mt Vernon Ave, (703) 838-4827Thurs 12-6, Fri 12-9, Sat 10-9, Sundays 12-6www.thedelrayartisans.orgChildhood Memories, April 6 - 29, featuresworks by local area artists. The showexplores the endless childhood memoriesthat often inspire art. The show featuresa collection of paintings, drawings, photographs,collages, sculptures, traditionaland abstract concepts, and various visualmedia. It commemorates the Virginia ArtCommissions’ Minds Wide Open celebrationof children and the arts. The Art Commissiondeclared 2012 as the Year of Children in Arts.@Gallery West1213 King St, Alexandria, (703) 549-6006,e-mail gallerywest@verizon.netwww.gallery-west.com.RED SHOES, a three artist show in three mediaby members P.Delia Chisholm, Louise Gatanasand Stephen Schiff, Apr 4-29.17The gallery is accepting applications for membership.Gallery West is the oldest cooperativeart gallery in Northern Virginia.R E I N E K E R S$W E S T S TP A Y N E S T@C O M M E R C E S TF A Y E T T E S TH E N R Y S TWOLFE STWILKES STP A T R I C K S TA L F R E D S TC 0 L U M B U S S T#W A S H I N G T O N S TPRINCESS STQUEEN STCAMERON STKING STREETPRINCE STDUKE STS T A S A P HP I T T S TR O Y A LF A I R F A XL E E S TU N I O N!S T R A N DGIBBON ST28 ■ galleries ■ APRIL 2012FRANKLIN STJEFFERSON ST


!Multiple Exposures Gallery105 N. Union St., # 312, (703) 683-2205,Open daily 11-5 pm, 2-9 pm 2nd Thurs.www.multipleexposuresgallery.com.One Morning, Two Hours, Eleven Photographsby Maureeen Minehan, thru May 6.!Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery105 N. Union St, Studio # 18, (703) 548-0935.Open M-Sun 11-5, Thurs Nights, thru 9 pm.Thru April 22: Sun and Rain: Nature's nurture.April 23 - May 20: In the Garden: Van Gogh'sIrises: Famous paintings provide inspiration.The DC area’s first cooperative fiber art gallery,and have 70 members, some of whomare published, teach and have won awardsin the fiber arts genre. New juried showsare installed monthly which include originalworks in jewelry, scarves, clothing, woven,knitted or crocheted items, as well as handmadepaper, wall hangings, fiber sculpturesand a variety of other innovative work.!Printmakers Inc.Studio #325, Torpedo Factory Art Center, 105N. Union St, (703) 683-1342. Daily 11am-5 pm.www.tfpi.orgPrintmakers Inc remains the only groupstudio dedicaded to the art of originalhand-pulled prints. The member artistswork in a variety of traditional printmakingtechniques that include intaglio, relief,monotypes and screenprinting. Currentmembers are Phyllis Cohen, Judith Coady,Ruth Corning, Connie Grace, Norma Pfaff,Maggie Stewart, and Carolyn Witschonke.Thru April 30: Phyllis Cohen presents TheLast Picture Show. Cohen was an originalmember of Printmakers when it was establishedin 1975. Her woodcuts are includedin many private and public collections.#Studio Antiques & Fine Art524 N. Washington St, (703) 548-5188.Open Tues. - Sat., 11-5, Sunday, 12-5.www.StudioAntiques.net.Area’s most extensive & diverse collection ofEuropean & American painting from the 18thto the early 20th century. Over 300 antiquepaintings beautifully displayed in conjunctionwith period furniture & accessories in a turnof-the-centuryrow house in historicAlexandria. Painting subjects includelandscapes, portraits, genre scenes, animals,still lives, marines, etc. Everything is properlyrestored & guaranteed as represented. Paintingrestoration, picture lights.!Target Gallery105 N. Union St, ground floor, Torpedo FactoryArt Center, daily from 10-6pm, from 10 - 9 pmThursdays, (703) 838-4565, ext 4.www.torpedofactory.org.Friends of the Torpedo Factory Mentor Show,April 1-15. Our Mentor Program pairs avolunteer artist with an art student from aCity of Alexandria high school. The studentshadows the artist, absorbing the mentor'sinsights. The mentor instructs the student onwhat is involved in being a professional artistand advises the student on his or her work. Fora final project, the mentor helps the studentcreate a piece of art.Push Pull Play, April 12- May 13. In celebrationof the Minds Wide Open Celebration ofChildren and the Arts, the focus is on interactive,kinetic, toy inspired art. Juror PrescottTrudeau is Curator of the Children's Museumof the Arts (CMA), a non-profit museumlocated in Lower Manhattan. Prescott'sexhibitions include Art Within Reach: Fromthe WPA to the Present, and Make Art (In)Public, exploring the impact of the arts onbuilding & bettering communities, withartists Swoon, Christo & Jeanne-Claude,Keith Haring, Friedensreich Hundertwasser,Remed, Tranqui Yanqui, and Moondog.APRIL 2012 ■ galleries ■ 29


ART SERVICES/Classified adsText only ads are $15 + $2.50 per word.Send copy to galleriesmag@hotmail.com one month in advance of issuedate, please. Ads including imagesshould be delivered in .pdf format. Call301-270-0180 for more info. Lila OliverEaston Studio & SchoolOur instructors arenationally knownaward-winningprofessional artists.GREGORY STALEYPHOTOGRAPHSThe highest qualityart documentationfor very low rates-Free pickup and delivery-CD-ROM’s and digital-Will travel to youClasses and weekendworkshops on theEastern Shore.www. eastonstudioandschool.com410-770-4421STUDIO (202) 234-5310CELL (301) 706-3889