Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Katzen Center for the Arts presents

September 4 - December 30, 2007
Reception: September 8, 6-9pm
I had the pleasure of exhibiting with Sculptor Alan Binstock at the Zenith Gallery in 2006. Alan is a great person and an excellent sculptor working in metal and glass. His sculptures are filled with both light and density. Alan is a sculptor to watch and to collect. His work is included in the upcoming exhibition, "Architecture/Sculpture" curated by John Beardsley at the Katzen Center of American University. Don't miss it!

The world around us can both provide inspiration and create vast opportunities for artistic creation: the possibilities are limitless. John Beardsley, a senior lecturer at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and the Washington Sculptors Group present submissions responding to the configuration and scale of the Katzen Arts Center, including its material, color, and light, as well as its experiential qualities. John Beardsley is the curator and a Senior Lecturer at The Harvard University Graduate School of Design and author of numerous books including Earthworks and Beyond: Contemporary Art in the Landscape and Gardens of Revelation: Environments by Visionary Artists.

American University Museum @ The Katzen Center for the Arts
September/October Exhibitions:
Song Without Words: The Photographs of Countess Sophia Tolstoy
Carol Goldberg: Listening to Ivy
Keiko Hara: Topophilia Imbuing
All in The Family: A Juried Show of American University Alumni

American University Museum @ The Katzen Center for the Arts
4400 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, DC 20016

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