Artist Talks Gallery Openings and Events

cove Presents Rosabel Goodman-Everard

Photo courtesy of cove and ArtSee.

Photo courtesy of cove and ArtSee.

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Opening: Thursday, September 24 from 6pm to 8pm

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On September 24, 2015 cove will partner with ArtSee to host a reception at their South Dupont space featuring the work of local artist, Roasbel Goodman-Everard. The works on display are from her series exploring the tree and her expression of how she interprets its’ complex existence. The productive space will be hosting the work through February 17, 2015, and welcomes the public to tour the space, meet the artists, and see their work on September 24, 2015 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.

Although being in Washington, DC only since 2001, Rosabel Goodman Everard considers the district home. She lives and works in the Dupont area and has shown across Washington, DC since moving. Born The Hague, the Netherlands, 1953, became a lawyer in 1979; worked over the next 25 years in The Hague, Brussels, New York, Paris, Johannesburg and Washington, DC.

In her tree series displayed at cove Goodman Everard expressed how the tree trunk is a tapestry for a greater narrative. She admires the tree and how one alone can be so modest but by grouping them together you achieve a vibrant rhythm of color, texture and shape. She is ultimately “thankful to the tree” for its’ contribution to nature and for its’ inspiration to her art.

Members of the cove community come from different backgrounds and work environments. cove was created with a simple objective: building places you want to be. They boast fast Wi-Fi, color printers, conference rooms, and now, local art for their members. Cove has been hosting local artists in their productivity spaces, since August 2014.

month rotation of their work. With the recent rise of non-traditional gallery spaces, cove will become the first space of its kind to welcome artists into their community. Each artist will not only have their work displayed but will be introduced to the cove community through a series of receptions, talks and workshops, coordinated by ArtSee.

The South Dupont space is located at 1817 M St. NW.

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