Opening Weekend, December 4 – 5 (RSVP)
Online Gallery Opens, December 8
Pyramid’s gallery will be packed with over 200 pieces of original artwork donated to Pyramid by artists who love the nonprofit art center. This exhibition-slash-fundraiser has just two rules: all work must measure 10 x 10 inches and be priced at $50. Buyers receive instant gratification, as they are able to take the art home immediately. 10×10 gets rearranged each week encouraging repeat visits.
10×10 opens to the public Saturday, December 4th by FREE RSVP from 12- 5 pm that day and on Sunday December 5th. After opening weekend, works will be available to view online and visitors are welcome during gallery hours without appointment through January 2, 2022. Pyramid Members receive a sneak preview on Friday, December 3.
Now in its 7th year, the 10×10 is a great opportunity for collectors of all levels to get interesting pieces by talented artists at a remarkable price. Prints, drawings, paintings, and mixed media will be on display and buyers can have instant gratification as purchased works can be taken home immediately.
Artists with studios, residencies, or exhibitions at Pyramid over the past year are invited to participate. Additional artists are nominated by a committee. This year’s committee included Imar Hutchins, John Thomas Paradiso, Risikat Okedeyi, Edgar Reyes, and Alec Simpson. Thanks to their work, the exhibition boasts an impressive roster of artists.
Confirmed Artists: SASA AAKIL, SHEENA ASHUN, MARIZA JUNE AVILA, JENNIFER AXNER, RUSHERN BAKER IV, EVELYN BANDOH, MARIA BARBOSA, JESSICA BEELS, RONALD BEVERLY, RICK BLACK, CHELSAE BLACKMAN, ELISABETH BOERWINKEL, MICHAEL BOOKER, HANNAH BRANCATO, LAURIE BREEN, VICKIE BREWSTER, DANIEL BROOKING, ANTONIUS BUI, JASON BULLOCK, JUNE BURDEN, ERIC BURRIS, KIMBERLEY BURSIC, SHARON BURTON, AMY CALLNER, ROSLYN CAMBRIDGE, LYELL CASTONGUAY, CINDY CHENG, WESLEY CLARK, ELIZA CLIFFORD, RAFI CROCKET, JARED DAVIS, CHASE DEFOREST, JULEE DICKERSON-THOMPSON, NEHEMIAH DIXON, ERIC EASTER, LAUREN EMERITZ, JUAN ESPARZA, ANDREA SHERRILL EVANS, MELISSA EZELLE, JAMILA ZAHRA FELTON, JODI FERRIER, APRIL FLANDERS, DAN FLOUNDERS, JEANA FOLEY, ERIN FOSTEL, KEVIN FRANCO, HELEN C. FREDERICK, MARTA PÉREZ GARCÍA, MICHELE GODWIN, MEGHAN GORDON, MAGGIE GOURLAY, DEBORAH GRAYSON, EOIN GUIDAS, MEGAN HAIDET, HOLLY HARRIS, WINSTON HARRIS, MELISSA HARSHMAN, FRANCINE HASKINS, MELISSA HAVILAND, SHAYMAR HIGGS, TOM HILL, GABRIELLE HOLDER, STEPHEN HONIKI, LI HOWARD, IMAR HUTCHINS, ANNIE IMMEDIATA, ELISABETH JACOBSEN, ROSE JAFFE, FLEMING JEFFRIES, CYNTHIA FARRELL JOHNSON, WAYSON R. JONES, BRONWYN KING, KRISTINA KING, ZOFIE KING, ALICE KRESSE, SELENE LAMARCA, CAROLINE LAMPINEN, PAMELA HARRIS LAWTON, JUN LEE, ROB LINDSAY, BONNIE MAGNESS-GARDINER, BETSY MARTIN, NICK MARTINEZ, SARAH MATTHEWS, MATTHEW T MCLAUGHLIN, ANNA MEYER ZACHURSKI, SALLY MIDDLEBROOKS, JOHANNA MUELLER, DANIELLA NAPOLITANO, TATIANA NELSON-JOSEPH, TERENCE NICHOLSON, KAISA NICHOLS-RUSSELL, SARAH NOREEN, CORY OBERNDORFER, RISIKAT OKEDEYI, ANISA OLUFEMI, MAYA ORMSBY, JOHN ORTIZ, CHRISTINA OSHEIM, JOHN THOMAS PARADISO, NICOLE PARKER, BONNIE PARRY, PLANTA, HEATHER POLK, S.M. PRESCOTT, ALANNA REEVES, DEBORAH REMMERS, EDGAR REYES, SHARON ROBINSON, NAN ROCHE, LINDA ROLLINS, NATHALIE RYAN, SARAH HOOD SALOMON, GRETCHEN SCHERMERHORN, ADI SEGAL, GAIL SHAW-CLEMONS, DANIEL SHAY, JEN SHECKELS, JEANETTE IBARRA SHINDELL, KATHY SHOLLENBERGER, ALEC SIMPSON, STEVEN STICHTER, KAMALA SUBRAMANIAN, SHAY SUMMERS, LYNN SYLVESTER, KIM THORPE, SUSAN TUBERVILLE, DANIEL VARILLAS, DENISE WAMALING, MARK WAMALING, GERALD WATSON, LILIBET WENGE, IAN WHITE, HADIYA WILLIAMS, REGGIE WILLIAMSON, CLARE WINSLOW, ANDREW WODZIANSKI, NÉMESIS ZAMBRANO, and KAREN ZENS.
This exhibition is made possible in part through support from the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org), The Morris & Gwendolyn Foundation, and the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County.
ABOUT PYRAMID ATLANTIC ART CENTER
Founded in 1981, Pyramid Atlantic is a nonprofit contemporary art center fostering the creative disciplines of papermaking, printmaking, and book arts within a collaborative community. We equip, educate, and exhibit in our historic Hyattsville home. Our vision is to create an artistic hub in Hyattsville that inspires and enables local, national, and international artists to create and innovate in our core disciplines; elevates the local arts and small business scene; and enhances the quality of life for artists and neighbors. We value artistic excellence, infrastructure for artists, hands-on experiences, and collaboration.