Photoworks at Glen Echo Park Presents Stephen Greenberg Somewhere, at Sea and David Scherbel Hand Colored Landscapes

By Editorial Team on February 10, 2020

Sat, 15 February 2020 - Sun, 22 March 2020

Photograph by Stephen Greenberg.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 15 at 4pm

Photoworks announces the opening of two new exhibits on view in the Photoworks Gallery, Glen Echo Park February 14 – March 22. Stephen Greenberg’s Somewhere, At Sea, portrays the quieter, timeless moments of dawn and sunset at sea on cruise ships sailing from Vancouver to Hawaii, and New York to Nova Scotia. His images record a vision of clouds, waves, and coastlines of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Scherbel’s Hand Colored Landscapes¬†presents a collection of ethereal images. Experimenting with colored pencils applied to faint black and white prints, the artist draws the viewer’s attention to objects and areas of the images through the use of unexpected color composition. Curator for the exhibits is Iwan Bagus, Professorial Lecturer at American University and head of the Photography concentration at the University of the District of Columbia.

Photograph by Stephen Greenberg.

Stephen Greenberg is a photographer, historian, writer, teacher, and librarian living in Aspen Hill, Maryland. His photographs have been displayed at the Multiple Exposures Gallery at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia, and in the “Coffee & Critique” and “Double Vision” group shows at Photoworks at Glen Echo Park.

Photograph by David Scherbel.

David Scherbel¬†manipulates traditional and alternative processes to produce handmade works of art, often building on a traditional silver gelatin or digital photographic image as the foundation for his creative journey. His handmade books have been featured in Three Sisters Magazine and are held in the collections of the Georgetown University Lauinger Library and the Vail Public Library. Over the last three decades, David has shown his work in galleries throughout the Washington DC region, including, most recently, a 2018 solo exhibition “Printing Photographs: Variations” at the River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bethesda. A member of the Photoworks faculty, David teaches workshops on photographic bookmaking, including both digital and traditional processes.

Photoworks Gallery at Glen Echo Park is located at 7300 MacArthur Blvd. in Glen Echo, MD.