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East City Art Reviews—Meditations and Epiphanies

East City Art Reviews—Meditations and Epiphanies

Curated by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, the Betty Mae Kramer Gallery & Music Room of downtown Silver Spring hosts artists who describe the metaphysical with paint. Though ineffable and intangible, Judith Benderson, J. Jordan Bruns, Kelly Posey, and Terry Sitz bring various visions of those things that might only be felt. With bright colors and subtle textures, these artists seek to describe the indefinable nature of human experience through abstraction. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Looking In: Edward Hopper’s Hotel Interior Views

East City Art Reviews—Looking In: Edward Hopper’s Hotel Interior Views

Edward Hopper and the American Hotel is a major exhibition of paintings, watercolors, prints and never before exhibited drawings at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. With a focus on Hopper’s representations of hotel interiors, it includes works that show Hopper’s extensive influence in this genre. Hopper’s works were designed to encourage the viewer to look in—even in cases where they’d rather not. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Beyond the “Encuentro”: Printmakers from Medellín, Colombia

East City Art Reviews—Beyond the “Encuentro”: Printmakers from Medellín, Colombia

The first encuentro of printmakers in the city of Medellín in 2018 was the brainchild of Washington DC artist Felix Angel. From among the seventy in that show, Angel has selected eighteen artists for an exhibit at the International Development Bank Staff Association Art Gallery. The exhibit shows the diversity and richness of the printmakers currently living and working in the city of Medellín. Read More
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East City Art Reviews—Cianne Fragione Gate to the Sea

East City Art Reviews—Cianne Fragione Gate to the Sea

Works from a large series of paintings watercolors and prints by Cianne Fragione is on view at Gallery Neptune & Brown. They were inspired by a residency the artist had at Monasterace (Reggio Calabria) near the destroyed Greek town of Caulonia on the southernmost coast of Italy. Facing the Ionian Sea, ancient Caulonia is now an archaeological site reached through an iron gate and a flight of 50 or 60 steps down to the water—a gate to the sea. Read More
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East City Art Reviews: Timber at the Mansion at Strathmore

East City Art Reviews: Timber at the Mansion at Strathmore

 Timber, now on view at the Mansion at Strathmore, explores the versatility of wood as a medium of artistic expression.  The group show features both regional and national artists who place wood at the center of their practice. The exhibition is notable for the way in which it mixes works of fine art with those of fine craft.  By blurring the lines between “fine art” and “craft”, the exhibition highlights the similarities between these approaches to woodworking. Read More
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East City Art Reviews: Milk Relics at Lost Origins Gallery

East City Art Reviews: Milk Relics at Lost Origins Gallery

Tom Kim highlights environmental issues, while incorporating an element of playfulness and his own personal experiences into his work. In the series, Milk Relics at Lost Origins Gallery, he speaks to his own appreciation of our surroundings, while also encouraging others to play their part in tackling environmental issues. Read More
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