March 2022 Exhibitions at Studio Gallery

By Editorial Team on February 28, 2022

Wed, 02 March 2022 - Sat, 26 March 2022

Studio Gallery is open to the general public for walk-ins on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1pm to 6pm, and on Saturdays from 11am to 6pm. All visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask that covers the nose and mouth, and proof of vaccination is required for entry. Please contact director@studiogallerydc.com or call (202) 232-8734 for inquiries.

Late Summer: Maine by Joan Mayfield.

The Shape of Things
The seven Premier Associate Artists of Studio Gallery bring their artwork to “The Shape of Things,” synthesizing each one’s view of shape, object, and time. The title of the show implies a collective state of being; a condition of existence or circumstance. It can also refer to the interchangeability of invention and meaning, or the balancing of opposite forces that make something possible. The philosopher Vilem Flusser wrote in a collection of essays entitled “Shape of Things: A Philosophy of Design” 1991, that the {interrelationships of art and science, theology and technology, and archeology and architecture} are necessary for our future. The artwork in this show presents many views and ideas of interdependency for inspired creation. Participating artists include Bob Burgess, William Bowser, Kimberley Bursic, Jennifer Duncan, Pam Frederick, Al Lipton, and Joan Mayfield.

Self-Portrait as Leopard by Miriam Keeler.

Conceptual Animal Miriam Keeler 
Animal expressions and symbols are embedded in many of our efforts to recount and interpret our own behaviors and experiences. In this exhibition, Miriam Keeler revisits personal memories through the lens of animal imagery and finds deeply satisfying though non-empirical “explanations” for puzzling memories.

Winter cherries 2022 by Elizabeth Harris.

The Trees and The Forest: Portraits of Trees Elizabeth Harris
While creating her artworks for this exhibit, the artist was poignantly aware of how wonderful this spring feels after another year of the pandemic. Drawing on the intuitive, her series is about connections between roots and sky, detail and big-picture, inner and outer, dormancy and renewal.

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