Opening Reception: Saturday, March 9 from 4 pm to 6pm
Landscape and Memory, An Elemental Journey: Robert Devers
March 2 to 31 // Popcorn Gallery
The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Landscape and Memory, An Elemental Journey: Robert Devers. This exhibition bringstogether a dynamic collection of ceramic sculptures — both recent works and works from his past — by sculptor Robert Devers. The exhibition is centered around a large floor installation titled “Low Tide.” “Low Tide” is composed of various objects, both found and made by the hand of the artist, that present a collective source of inspiration for Devers. The piece serves as the locus of memory for the recurring themes found in Devers’ work.
Voyages: Travel Photography by Michael Horan
March 2 to 31 // Stone Tower Gallery
The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Voyages: Travel Photography by Michael Horan. This exhibition is a collection of travel photography spanning more than thirty years and drawn from trips through all fifty states and across the seven continents. The exhibition displays a mix of landscapes, cityscapes, environmental and intimate portraits, with a smattering of some of the world’s most iconic sites.
A Singular Vision of Outer Cape Cod: Catherine Hess
March 2 to 30 // Park View Gallery
A Singular Vision of Outer Cape Cod features monotypes by Catherine Hess. Hess is inspired by the Outer Cape’s often dramatic and constantly changing light, clouds, wind, and tides. As a plein air painter and a creator of monotypes, she aims to capture the effects of these changing conditions on colors, shapes, and shadows in the marshes, dunes, and shorelines of Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown.
Glen Echo Park is located at 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD. For more information, visit glenechopark.org/calendar.