Gallery Openings and Events

Studio Gallery Opens Three New Exhibitions

Diane Blackwell, Lost in Thought, 12" x 15", acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Diane Blackwell, Lost in Thought, 12″ x 15″, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

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Opening Reception: Saturday, October 3 from 4pm to 6pm

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Tea Time by Diane Blackwell
Diane Blackwell’s Tea Time presents a series of paintings on her playful look at taking tea. By limiting the subject matter to things related to tea, the paintings are free to explore scenarios, colors, and artistic references. “It’s the rituals and ceremonies in life that provide structure and comfort. I have found that a nice cup of tea focuses my thoughts.”

Langley Spurlock, Indium 49, 30" x 30", Archival pigment print on vinyl mounted on brushed aluminum. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Langley Spurlock, Indium 49, 30″ x 30″, Archival pigment print on vinyl mounted on brushed aluminum. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Secrets of the Elements 4: Time’s Arrows by Langley Spurlock + John Martin Tarrat
Einsteinium thumbs a ride through time at Studio Gallery. Painting, sculpture, collage, digital print and haiku meet the periodic table of the elements in opus 4 of the long-running collaboration between artist-chemist Langley Spurlock and poet John Martin Tarrat. From angelic Gold to hellish Fluorine and the most talented Aluminum, 23 new pieces explore the building blocks of a living universe. Spurlock’s art is multidimensional, an exhilarating spectrum of form and material incorporating the poet’s verses. Tarrat uses the two classic haiku forms to evoke the hidden natures of the good, the bad and the truly nasty. The result is alchemy. A magical fusion of collaborative art—and the high-wire art of collaboration.

Lois Kampinsky, Rebound #1, 40" x 30", Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Lois Kampinsky, Rebound #1, 40″ x 30″, Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Bound and Determined by Lois Kampinsky
Lois Kampinsky’s Bound and Determined plays with the concept of binding in panoply of color and complex line. Boundaries can limit, but they also liberate, says the artist. “Give me a challenge, something to kick against…in art, and I am truly happy.”

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.

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