Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 9 from 6pm to 8pm
Rik Freeman will exhibit four large pieces that are part of his The Chittlin Circuit Review series dealing with the early history of Blues Music.
Alan Braley is presenting a new series of multi media works using tools and wood, metal, metal and found objects mounted on boards. Show title is Tools & Things.
Anna Demovidova, a Russian born and trained artist, is bringing Color in Motion, a series of paintings depicting Flamenco and movement.
Shirley Fiske, Jonathan French, Kris Swanson and Roy Mustelier will exhibit photographs of Cuba in their show 90 Miles South…The Cuban Experience.
Andrea Ottesen, an artist as well as research scientist at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, is bringing a show titled Billion Dollar Plants highlighting through exquisite photography plants that have enormous impact on our lives and economy.
Rindy OBrien’s exhibit titled Everyday Objects, showcases OBrien’s remarkable ability to capture in her photography the beauty of ordinary objects at a particular moment in time.
Hill Center Galleries is located at 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. For more information, visit hillcenterdc.org.