Saturday, September 13, 2008

Bevelaqua and Wodzianski at King Street Gallery

Michael by Andrew WodzianskiTrajectories: Paintings by Joan Bevelaqua and Andrew Wodzianski, an art exhibit featuring the work of these two DC area painters, will open and run from September 15 - October 18 at the King Street Gallery at the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center, Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus.

This invitational retrospective exhibit, conceived and curated by my good friend Dr.Claudia Rousseau, professor of Art History, School of Art + Design at Montgomery College, will trace the "trajectories" of these two artists' work over the past decade.

Conceptually, the intent is to demonstrate that a clear trajectory, wherein changes in an artist's style seem to grow from the things that went before, is among the fundamental characteristics of the truly successful artist. An accompanying brochure will be available to document the conceptual nature of the exhibit.

Opening reception: Thursday, September 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Wanna go to a MD art brunch reception tomorrow?

Cut and Paste, an exhibit of collages by Kyi May Kaung, Patricia Zannie, and Amy Kincaid, at the Village of Friendship Heights Art Gallery (4433 S. Park Ave in Chevy Chase, Maryland 301-656-2797) will have a brunch reception on Sunday, September 14 11:30 to 1:30 pm. The show goes through Sept. 30.