Foundry Gallery Presents Hot Hot Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on August 2, 2016

Sat, 06 August 2016 - Sun, 28 August 2016

Think of Me Fondly by Rebecca Hurt. Courtesy of Foundry Gallery.
Think of Me Fondly by Rebecca Hurt. Courtesy of Foundry Gallery.

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Opening Reception: Saturday, August 6 from 5pm to 8pm

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The Foundry’s August show features work by some of the area’s most talented artists. The exhibit is deliberately eclectic: from Martin Swift’s provocative chiaroscuro to William Ferris’ luminous spirituality. We see Shealyn Jae’s performance-art photography, the exuberant expressionism of Joanne Mazarella and Brian Truesdale, Rebecca Hurt’s Think of Me Fondly, and – in the Hot Hot tradition of having a great dog painting in each show – Gayle Berens’ Do You Really Have to Leave?

It’s a little bit of cool in the hot Washington summer.

The exhibit also features work by: Elaine Cafritz, Michael Crossett, Kristin Enck, Amy Flatten, Mike McSorley, W.S. Mitchell, Hester Obhi, Sarah O’Donoghue, Mura Ohana, Joseph Scalea, Larry Schlaifer, Yelena Svecharnik, Maria Valle-Riestra, and Richard Weiblinger.

Hot Hot is the second in a series of juried shows at the Foundry. The previous one, Hot Hot Hot, was in August 2013.  One more before we have to think of a new title.

Gallery Hours:

  • Wednesday – Sunday: 1pm to 7pm

Foundry Gallery is located at 2118 8th St. NW. For more information visit www.foundrygallery.org.