Richard on Newman
The WaPo's former Chief Art Critic delivers a rare and welcomed thing: an unexpected review.
Paul Richard reviews William Newman at Adamson.
P.S. And the current WaPo Chief Art Critic, Blake Gopnik, last Sunday delivered a really good review of Alice Neel at the NMWA.
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Richard on Newman
Openings this week
On Thursday, November 17, Susan Calloway Fine Arts has Alison Hall Cooley: Recent Works – Abstract Oil Paintings opening from 5-8PM. Cooley has exhibited in Washington, DC, Virginia, and Massachusetts. She is the winner of several awards, including the Charles C. McDougall Award for Promising New Artist. Cooley attended the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC, and Sarah Lawrence University.
Also on Thursday, The League of Reston Artists has the opening for their Annual Juried Theme Exhibition: "Edges". The awards reception is at Walker & Company from 6-8PM.
On Friday, being the third Friday of the month, the Georgetown Canal Square Galleries have their extended hours and openings.
We will have an amazing show by Scott Hutchison, perhaps one of our area's most innovative and talented videopainters; more on that later.
Opportunity for Artists
Deadline: December 9, 2005
Stretched Tight is an exhibition that is open to all artists in the United States and abroad working in the ancient medium that refuses to die: painting.
Artists are encouraged to submit work that challenges conventional notions. Work may represent a broad range of subjects, genres, concepts and/or processes.
Juror: My good friend Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the Katzen Arts Center at American University, Washington D.C.
Jack has also served as the Executive Director of the di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature, Napa, CA and the Maryland Art Place (MAP) in Baltimore.
Deadline December 9, 2005. Show dates February 24 - March 26, 2006. Entry fee $30.00 for three images (slide or CD). $500.00 in award money.
For a prospectus send a SASE to the:
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 North Union St
Alexandria VA 22314
Or call 703-838-4565 x 4, or E-mail: email@example.com
This looks like fun
Deadline: November 30, 2005
The Masters Mystery Art Show 2005 is an international exhibition that will coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach 2005.
Artists are invited to donate original work in any medium in a 6 x 9 postcard format to be sold for the affordable price of $50. All artists names will be published at the time of the exhibition but the works will be displayed anonymously and the identity of the artist will only be revealed to the purchaser after the completion of the sale.
The event is organized for the sole benefit of the prestigious Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts (MFA) program at Florida International University, Miami. In its remarkably successful 2004 inaugural edition, which took place at the Ritz Carlton South Beach, over 1000 artworks by more than 500 artists and celebrities from art related fields were featured and over $20,000 was raised for the MFA program.
It's so easy to participate! Just download the Entry Form and the Artist Info Form from this website.
Wanna go to an opening?
Salve Regina Gallery at the Catholic University of America presents: Hollow Work with an opening reception on Wednesday, November 16 2005 from 6-9PM.
Artists include: Joan Ganzevoort, Lancelot Coar, Mary Frank and Phoebe Esmon.
The Salve Regina Gallery
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC 20009
South American Holiday
South American Holiday opens at the Anne C. Fisher Gallery in Georgetown this coming Friday, 18 November with an opening reception from 6-8pm.
The exhibition features South American artists Joan Belmar (Chile), Patricia Secco (Brazil), Luis Scotti (Uruguay) and Helga Thomson (Argentina).
The exhibition hangs through 13 January, 2006.