Gallery Openings and Events

April 2017 Exhibitions at Studio Gallery

Individual figures from brainstorm, by Chris Chernow and Abigail Maxey. Resin, aluminum, tablets, and plastic. Dimensions variable. 2017. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Individual figures from brainstorm, by Chris Chernow and Abigail Maxey. Resin, aluminum, tablets, and plastic. Dimensions variable. 2017. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

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Closing Reception: Saturday, April 22 from 4pm to 6pm

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Artists: Chris Chernow & Abigail Maxey
Show Title: brainstorm
Show Information: brainstorm examines the delicate nature of the brain. Stark white sculptures in prescription vials stand behind medicine cabinet doors. Emerging brain imaging techniques offer source material for larger scale drawings.

Asterope, by Elizabeth Curren. Watercolor on Fabrianio. 22” x 15”. 2016. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Asterope, by Elizabeth Curren. Watercolor on Fabrianio. 22” x 15”. 2016. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Artist: Elizabeth Curren
Show Title: Little Worlds: Skopelos Dreamings
Show Information: These works are about space. The opportunity to paint on the island of Skopelos, off the coast of Greece, opened my eyes to the brilliant blues, greens, corals and umbers that occupy the space between earth, sea and sky. Squinting in the intense sunlight, one can imagine the curve of the far horizon. The studio is high on the side of a steep hill overlooking a cove: the translucent water holds coral reefs, submerged rocks, a teeming ecosystem, all below the sun-baked landscape that sits in between. At night I dreamed about these spaces and each day I recreated them.

Heartwood, by Harriet Lesser. Mixed Media on paper. 36”x24”. 2017. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Heartwood, by Harriet Lesser. Mixed Media on paper. 36”x24”. 2017. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Artist: Harriet Lesser
Show Title: Red Dot
Show Information: Just before an exhibition with the Royal Academy in 1832, artist JMW Turner walked up to his featured painting Helvoetsluys and added a small dot of vermillion. It was later said that this act showed that “…real artistry lies in restraint and understanding.” The single red dot became a recurring feature in many of Turner’s works. Turner’s red dot, and what it stands for, has influenced Harriet Lesser’s new series of works, which are compositions of both intensity and restraint.

Gallery Hours:

  • Wednesday – Friday: 1pm to 6pm
  • Saturday: 11am to 6pm

Studio Gallery is located at 2108 R St. NW. For more information and all other inquiries about the Studio Gallery, visit their website at www.studiogallerydc.com.