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MFA Member Meredith Morris
Morris’ mixed media portrait Not a Pretty Picture has been juried into the Zenith Gallery show “RESIST”. Her piece is on display at Busboys and Poets at their Takoma Park location (235 Carroll St NW, Washington, DC 20012) through October 15, 2017.
MFA Member Sarna Marcus
Marcus is having a solo show at Foundry Gallery. The show runs from Aug 30 through Oct 1 with an artists reception on Sep 9, 6 – 9 PM. Plus, Marcus will be doing an artist’s tour with commentary on Oct 1, 2 – 3:30 PM.
MFA Member Richard Weiblinger
Weiblinger’s work has been selected for the 14th Annual Adams County Arts Council Juried Invitational Exhibit at Schmucker Art Gallery (300 N Washington St, Gettysburg, PA 17325).
He also was awarded Honorable Mention at the Hill Center Galleries Regional Juried Exhibit (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003). The show runs from June 28 through Oct 1.
MFA Member Wil Scott
Scott’s piece, TJ’s Lunch Counter, was selected by juror Claude Elliott for inclusion in the Hill Center‘s Regional Juried Exhibition (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003). The show runs from now through Oct 1.
MFA Member Sally Davies
Davies’ watercolor triptych Rush Hour Rain has been juried into the Hill Center Regional Juried Exhibit (921 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003). The juror is Claude L. Elliott, Curator and Arts Consultant. The show will be on display from June 28 through Oct 1.
Davies has an opening reception for her solo exhibit “Global Views: Light & Shadow” on July 13, 6:30 – 8 PM at the Art League Torpedo Factory (105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA 22314). The exhibit is currently open and runs through Aug 6, 2017.
“Especially in this current political world of insular countries and self-protectionism, I wanted to show our planet as one whole place, a community. Aside from recognizable architectural clues for a specific place, the people in my paintings look so familiar. They are doing ordinary things, like going to work, taking kids to school, cycling home, and meeting with friends. The image of a mother holding her child’s hand while crossing the street is universal. I want to show that common bond of humanity throughout the world. “
Congrats to Sally for receiving “Best in Show” in the July Open Juried Art League Exhibit at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria. Here’s the interview Art League did with Sally about her piece.
MFA Member Richard Hall
Hall has had two pieces juried into the Bower Center for the Arts (305 N Bridge St, Bedford, VA 245235) 5th Annual National Juried Exhibition. The show runs from July 25 through Aug 26, 2017, with an awards reception on Aug 11 from 5 – 8 PM.
MFA Member Deborah Kommalan
Kommalan has had her painting Still Life with Pineapples accepted into the “Capturing Realism 2017” international biennial held at the Pauly Friedman Gallery at Misericordia University, in Dallas, PA. The show will be open from July 8 to Aug 26, 2017.
MFA Member Jan Kirsh
Jan’s sculptures have been selected for exhibition at the Gay Street Gallery (337 Gay Street, Washington, VA 22747). The exhibition will run from June 10 through Aug 15, 2017. This will be Kirsh’s first exhibition in the state.
Featured works will include her new Patricia’s Carrots and Pomegranate Halves, both of which were unveiled last fall at her solo exhibit at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis, Maryland. Also on display will be Kirsh’s popular Tomato Partners series and – with a nod to America’s first president and the town of Washington’s namesake – a small, eye-catching Cherry.
MFA Members Carol Donahue and Gail Higginbotham
Carol and Gail have a joint show at Maryland Hall in the Chaney Gallery called Under One Sky. The show runs from July 10 through Aug 31.
MFA Member Mary Ellen Geissenhainer
Mary’s colored pencil painting, Bob’s Provisions, has been accepted into the 25th Annual International Exhibition of the Colored Pencil Society of America. Juror Joann Moser selected 120 pieces for this exhibit at Strathmore Mansion, North Bethesda, MD.. The exhibition runs from June 10th through Aug 6th.