We’re interested in elevating our conversations about art. We feel that group studios and areas of artist density provide fertile ground for interaction, conversation, growth and development. While this is an important part of our daily interaction as artists, we also feel that Curators, Critics, Gallarists, Collectors, Art Writers, and other Arts Professionals bring an amazing amount of insight for an Artist. With the our first two sessions of The Critique having received a great amount of interest and positive feedback, we’re going to keep it up!Read More
Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association, Athenaeum Gallery
*Hair Apparent* is a multimedia exhibit including sculpture, photography, assemblage, and performance. The show explores artists' relationships with hair referencing cultural perception, myth, ritual, and memory - and reflections on a private asset as a public statement.
Represented in *Hair Apparent* are Holly Bass - performance Shelly Bell - spoken word poetry Emily Biondo - sculpture installation Stephanie Booth - photography, video, hair embroidery Caryl Burtner - assemblage Kate Kretz - human hair embroidery Emilia Olson - photography, works on paper Betsy Packard - sculpture, assemblage, Amber Robles-Gordon - sculpture installation, Danielle Scruggs - photography Dagmara Weinberg - photography, image manipulation, Sara Winston - photographyRead More