Evolve Urban Arts Project presents Beth Cartland’s “Texture, Line and Color”

By Editorial Team on January 16, 2012
“Texture, Line and Color”: Beth Cartland at Evolve Urban Arts Project
Beth Cartland Image Courtesy of Evolve Urban Arts Project




Opening Reception on January 21, 2012 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

“It almost always begins with a line, or many lines drawn as fast as possible. Then, I like to hang shapes and colors and textures together in and around the lines. Sometimes they tell a story or illustrate an emotion, but not always.”

—Beth Cartland, Artist

Beth Cartland has exhibited in galleries and museums internationally. She studied art around the world from Germany to Texas, California to Rhode Island including the Rhode Island School of Design. Cartland has an MFA degree in painting from American University. She lives and paints in Washington, DC.

The Evolve Urban Arts Project enriches the lives of residents, neighbors in the H Street Community, and Washington DC at large by providing free exhibition space to artists based in the metropolitan area. For further information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Geoff Ault, the Project’s curator, at 202-744-6439 or by email at geoff@evolveDC.com

  • Exhibit  runs January 21 through March 23, 2012.
  • Project space is located in the Pierce School Lofts in the H Street Arts and Entertainment District.
  • To view this exhibit, please call  202-744-6439 for an appointment.

Evolve Urban Arts Project show is running at Pierce School Lofts, located at 1375 Maryland Avenue, NE Loft B, Washington, DC 20002. Visit them online at  art.evolvedc.com