Reception: Friday, November 10 from 6pm to 8pm
Gallery B presents its November exhibition, which will feature a photography and digital art exhibit by Bob Bradford, Bob Elliott, Allen Hirsh and Samuel Shin.
Bob Bradford, a retired math teacher, is interested in the relationship between math and art. His 3-D wall sculptures contain aspects of kinetic art. Most of his artwork is geometric in form and material, created from paint swatches, mitered cut hardwoods and resin.
Bob Elliott is an artist and photographer living in Rockville, MD. Interested in art from an early age, he became increasingly curious about the application and use of computers in his artistic pursuits. He was formally trained in art, architecture and photography and went on to pursue a career in architecture and real estate. His work, Red Line, was one of twelve pieces selected by the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District as part of Tunnel Vision, which opened on May 2012.
Allen Hirsh is a practicing biophysicist and mathematical artist. The plants that he grew in his exotic garden serve as the basis for much of his digital art. Through his creative eye and coding, he creates a wide array of representational, impressionist, surreal and abstract images purely by using mathematics. He was juried into The Foundry Gallery in Washington, DC in 2013 and later into the online studios gallery of Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.
Samuel Shin, based in Rockville, MD, focuses on photographing city scenes. While studying photography at the Art Institute of Philadelphia in 2004, he was inspired by the architecture and surroundings and began photographing with his 4×5 view camera and SLR film camera.
- Wednesday – Saturday: 12-6pm
Gallery B is located at 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E, Bethesda, MD. For more information visit www.bethesda.org.