Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
The artistic process is not confined to one medium. Every artist is motivated to reveal different truths vividly through the surface and tools of their choosing. Foundry Gallery’s November All-Member exhibit offers a broad survey of the ways in which inert materials become a heightened Reality.
Hirsh’s Carnival Dumbbell transforms a prism of coordinates into a whirling dervish of delights. A colorful alternative to the bleaker periods of the late fall and early winter. Truesdale’s Centurion presents a lonely warrior on guard duty emerging from the layers of abstract lines, their eyes to the horizon awaiting dawn. Depending on your perspective, the anime characters of Oshiro’s I Need a New Pretend can soften the devastation of self-doubt and recrimination displayed in the piece’s text or offer a bleaker view of isolation through the brightly colored veneer.
- Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 1pm to 7pm
Foundry Gallery is located at 2118 – 8th Street NW.