Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Peace Now!

Sondra Arkin installationPeace Now! opens with a reception on Friday, Feb 22 from 6-9 pm at the Warehouse Gallery in DC. Through April 6, 2008.

In observance of the 5th anniversary of the Iraqi War and as part of the March 19, 2008 "March for Peace" in Washington and other cities around the country, the Warehouse hosts its last peace exhibition. To the left is the room-dissecting Checkpoint Installation by Sondra Arkin in collaboration with Beth Baldwin.

Includes work by 40 artists including Matt Achhammer, JS Adams, Sondra N. Arkin, Beth Baldwin, Joan Belmar, BLK w/ BEAR, M.P. Brown, Travis Childers, Michele Colburn, James L. Cypher aka Joey Daytona, Richard L. Dana, Anna U Davis, Tom Drymon, John De Fabbio, Dana Ellyn, Elissa Farrow-Savos, Elizabeth Featherstone Hoff, Dara Friel, John Carlton Hagerhorst, Matt Hollis, Jackie Hoysted, Joseph Jones, Joroko, Mariah Josephy, Jenufa H. Kent, Lauren Kotkin, Heather Levy, Elizabeth Lundberg Morisette, Isabel Manalo, Anne Marchand, Carolina Mayorga, Patricia E. Ortman, Igor Pasternak, Jane Pettit, Mark Planisek, Sajeela Ramsey, Marina Reiter, Ann Ruppert, Julie Seiwell, Matt Sesow, Alexandra Silverthorne, Ira Tattelman, Gabriel Thy, Karen Joan Topping, Ruth Trevarrow, Jessica van Brakle, Mary Walker, Ruth Ward, Ellyn Weiss, Angela White, Andrew Wodzianski, Peter Wood... and me.

Wanna go to an opening in DC tomorrow?

Glass3 has an opening reception on Thursday, February 21, 2008, 6 - 8pm at The Shops at Georgetown Park (Level 1), 3222 M Street., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007.

Glass 3, is an international studio glass exhibit featuring extraordinary glass artists from Toledo, OH (birthplace of the US Studio Glass Movement), Washington, DC and Sunderland, UK (Washington, DC Sister City). The exhibit runs through March 9, 2008.

Artists' Website: Elizabeth Wade

Art by Elizabeth Wade
Deus ex Bestia. c.2006, acrylic on canvas, 92 x 60" by ELizabeth Wade

Liz Wade graduated last year from MICA and she was the Maryland recipient of the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship in 2007, and she will have a solo exhibition of her work at the Hudson D. Walker Gallery in Provincetown in 2008.

Closer Reviewed

Dr. Claudia Rousseau reviews Closer at Gallery Neptune in Bethesda. Read the review here.

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