Talk: Saturday, November 20 from 4pm to 5pm
Triangle Art Studios in Downtown Bethesda welcomes Loriann Signori as a guest artist from November 4-28, 2021. Loriann’s exhibit, Place as Memory, will be open Wednesdays, and Friday – Sunday, 12-6pm and will showcase her original, vibrant landscapes. The Studio, located at, 7711 Old Georgetown Road, will also be open for the Bethesda Art Walk on Friday, November 12, 6-8pm. Additionally, Loriann will hold an Artist Talk on Saturday, November 20, 4-5pm.
Based in Silver Spring, MD, Loriann Signori received her Master of Fine Arts in painting from American University and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Swain School of Design. Her work is included in private and public collections throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia and has been featured in publications including Home and Design and Plein Air Magazine. Created with layers of pastel by wiping, rolling, and scratching; Loriann’s paintings, situated between abstraction and recognizable form, are explorations into the color of air and beauty.
As Loriann explains, like a writer composing a poem, the colors are her words. She is a painter of luminosity. After spending a considerable amount of time studying the landscape, she paints small plein air pieces and makes color notes, all which further develop into larger masterpieces built on new ideas and a multitude of color combinations. Her goal is never to record a place, but rather to understand the poetry of color through the landscape.
To schedule an appointment with Loriann outside of gallery hours, email email@example.com.
Established by Montgomery County in 1994, Bethesda Urban Partnership, Inc. (BUP) is a downtown management organization that markets and maintains downtown Bethesda. The BUP team works in marketing, maintenance, transportation and administration to produce cultural events and community festivals and attend to landscaping and maintenance needs. BUP also manages the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District, Bethesda Transportation Solutions (BTS), and the Bethesda Circulator as well as the non-profit art spaces, Gallery B, Studio B and the Triangle Art Studios.
From award-winning theatre to independent films, downtown Bethesda’s Arts & Entertainment District is filled with inspiring artists and art venues. The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District is managed by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, Inc., and is the producer of The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards, Bethesda Painting Awards, Bethesda Fine Arts Festival, Bethesda Film Fest, Bernard/Ebb Songwriting Awards and Play In A Day.
The Studio is located at 7711 Old Georgetown Road. For a closer look, please visit www.bethesda.org