Posts by Jay Hendrick

Jay Hendrick is an artist living and working in Fairfax, VA. He is originally from Texas and came to the DC area for graduate school. He has a BAS and BFA from Abilene Christian University and an MFA from George Mason University. Hendrick is an adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College.

By Jay Hendrick on July 19, 2017

East City Art Profiles: DC Murals

An interview with Perry Frank, founder of DC Murals by artist Jay Hendrick.

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By Jay Hendrick on April 10, 2017

The Meditative Grid: An Interview with Joseph Shetler

Artist Jay Hendrick interviews artist Joseph Shetler. They discuss the MFA, religion, the grid, and labor.

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By Jay Hendrick on March 27, 2017

Root Systems: An interview with Lisa Marie Thalhammer

Artist Jay Hendrick interviews artist Lisa Marie Thalhammer. They discuss painting, activism, healing, football, the Women’s March, and murals.

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By Jay Hendrick on February 7, 2017

Absolute Presence: An Interview with Lorenzo Cardim

An interview with artist Lorenzo Cardim by artist Jay Hendrick.

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By Jay Hendrick on November 15, 2016

Resplendent Banality: Lillian Bayley Hoover’s For the Moment Reviewed

Jay Hendrick Reviews Lillian Bayley Hoover’s For the Moment at VisArts through Nov. 20

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By Jay Hendrick on November 11, 2016

East City Art Reviews: Art Night at Hickok Cole Architects

16 years running, Hickok Cole Architects have raised funds for the WPA. This year’s auction included almost 100 artists.

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By Jay Hendrick on October 18, 2016

East City Artnotes: Flesh, NSFW?

Olly Olly’s Flesh reveals the many facets of humanity sexuality

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By Jay Hendrick on July 6, 2016

Pathways Reviewed: A Line’s Certitude

Jay Hendrick explores the line in Pathways

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By Jay Hendrick on June 15, 2016

Kinesthetic Empathy

Please Touch reviewed by Jay Hendrick. The exhibition is on view at Target Gallery through July 17.

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By Jay Hendrick on June 8, 2016

Who’s Afraid of the Bunnyman? Olly Olly’s Manifesto Reviewed

The story goes that in 1970, at a bridge in Fairfax, a couple was assaulted by a figure dressed in a bunny suit. The bunny-suited assailant flung a hatchet, breaking their car window. The hatchet wielding, fuzzy flayer was dubbed the Bunnyman. Soon Bunnyman paranoia struck the local residents of...

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