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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Opening Reception: Intellectual Property

New work by Courtney Miller Bellairs
October 15 - January 7
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 15, 6-8pm
Lipstick, Wax and painted and printed paper , 7 ½ x 7 ½ inches
Image courtesy of the artist

A\Work Gallery announces its upcoming exhibition of paintings and assemblages by Maryland-based artist Courtney Miller Bellairs, running October 15 through January 7. The opening reception with the artist will be Saturday, October 15, from 6-8pm. Ms Miller Bellairs’ new work explores ideas and their expression through various materials and forms; works range from hand crafted conceptual sketches and process pieces, to larger works that remain intimate and human in scale.

Trained as an architect and artist, Ms. Miller Bellairs’ work explores space, scale, structure and relationships between art and architecture. Through oil and watercolor painting, collage, and most recently assemblage, Ms. Miller Bellairs’ work explores simple objects, cropped and composed to reveal interesting characteristics about light, spatial quality, and the relationships between object and material. Through these images, her work finds the beauty in everyday life.

About A\Work Gallery
A\Work Gallery is an artwork gallery that wraps around the professional practice of MS&R Architects. It is located in the midst of the Gateway Arts District on the Maryland border of Washington, DC .

A\Work Gallery was conceived by architect, professor and art collector Garth Rockcastle to comingle and cross-pollinate many of his professional passions and convictions. The working environment is a flexible and transformative space that combines the integrity of high quality, seasonal art exhibitions, with the rigor of a progressive architecture practice.

A\Work Gallery is free and open to the public from 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday.
(A new gallery, located in the Gateway Arts District along Route 1 in Hyattsville.)
4328 Farragut Street
Hyattsville, MD, along the Route 1 corridor.

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