Friday, May 30, 2014
June 7–August 2, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 7, 6:00pm–8:00pm
1515 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20005
Selections from the Dolly Langdon and Aldus H. Chapin Collection features paintings, sculpture and works on paper by noted artists Karl Stanley Benjamin, Leon Berkowitz, Michael Clark (Clark Fox), Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Sam Gilliam, Ed McGowin, John McLaughlin, Howard Mehring, Kenneth Noland, Paul Reed, Alma Thomas and Anne Truitt, many of whom are affiliated with the Washington Color School movement.
Please note: June 7 marks the 39th Annual Capital Pride Parade. The parade route will prohibit vehicle access to the gallery between approximately 4:30 to 7:30pm. CLICK HERE to view the parade route and plan your travel accordingly.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00am–5:00pm, and by appointment.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
New Orleans native and professor at UC Berkeley in the Art Department and Disability Studies Program, Katherine Sherwood is featured at Green Chalk Contemporary through June 4. She has exhibited in Washington, DC at Hemphill and the National Academy of Sciences. Check out her spotlight images.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
Green Chalk Contemporary
616 Lighthouse Ave
Monterey, California, 93940
Founded in Monterey, California in 2013, the focus of the gallery is to create a community around the celebration of the creative act and bring a select group of uniquely accomplished artists to an appreciative audience. Green Chalk Contemporary advances an uncommon opportunity for artists, curators and the public to discover, to learn, and to acquire contemporary artwork.
Tuesday- Saturday, 3:30- 7:00 pm
and by appointment
Thursday, May 01, 2014
May 9 – August 29, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, May 9, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Carroll Square Gallery
975 F Street NW, Washington DC 20004
Gallery Open During Business Hours
Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 6:00pm
Image: Deborah Zlotsky, The end of the beginning, 2013, oil on canvas, 36” x 36”
Studio 155: Roberta Bernstein, Elizabeth Carter, Wendy Cortesi, Jan Denton, Jill M. Hodgson, Betsy Kelly, Vicki Malone, Eileen Malone-Brown, Donald B. Meyer, Kappy Prosch, Michael Rawson, Eva-Maria Ruhl, Ellen Tuttle, Juliana Weihe, S.M. Wilson and Neena Birch
May 16-June 8, 2014
Opening Vernissage with the artists Sunday May 18, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Live music by White Chihuahua
Adah Rose Gallery3766 Howard Ave
Kensington Md 20895
Hours Thursday-Sunday 12-6 pm
Bulrush, Burdock and Brier..Columbine, Coloquintida and Cowslip...Gillyver, Gorse and Gooseberry...plants have inspired Shakespeare, the ancient Greeks and Romans, poets, playwrights and novelists from Medieval through Modern times. Plants provide pleasure, comfort and beauty. They serve us medicinally, as life sustaining food and as material for shelter. They serve as aphrodisiacs, as fragrance for perfumes and as delectable treasures in cuisine. The smell of a gardenia, the subtlety of the rarest of truffles and the joy of digging and planting in the garden are among the great Proustian memories we share.
The artists of Studio 155 glorify and honor a love and reverence for plants. These accomplished artists work in a variety of medium including oil, acrylic, colored pencil and graphite. Their work is as diverse and lovely as the subject matter they depict. From the rarest of orchids, to the ubiquitous corn plants of the Nation’s heartland, from the glory of a towering Ponderosa tree to the intimacy of the tulip stamen..the artists lovingly and exquisitely create works of art together. Studio 155 has exhibited together at the Delaware Art Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, VisArts in Rockville, the United States Botanic Garden, Studio Gallery and the Athenaeum in Alexandria, Va. Between them, they have illustrated books, received Presidential Commissions and are in numerous private collections.