Studio Gallery April 2021 Exhibitions

By Editorial Team on April 12, 2021
Fiddlers Hill Road by Thierry Guillemin, acrylic on canvas.

On View: March 31 – April 24, 2021

Studio Gallery is open by appointment only on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and open to the general public for walk-ins on Fridays and Saturdays from 1pm to 6pm. No more than five guests are allowed in the space at one time. All visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask that covers the nose and mouth. For the safety of our staff, our office has been moved to the lower gallery, and our upper gallery is available by appointment or request.

Please contact director@studiogallerydc.com or call (202) 232-8734 for inquiries or appointments.

When Time Stops
Thierry Guillemin
As the world paused during the early days of confinement, many turned to what felt more essential, more meaningful. For a while, time seemed like suspended… These paintings are a reflection of this moment when nature experienced an unexpected reprieve from human activity. This is also a painted homage, as I feel deep connections with each of these places, because of friendships or family roots. After many years of more abstract painting, I enjoyed this new exploration. As painter David Hockney put it, “Time stopped is perspective.”

David’s Hand, by Davide Prete, 3D Printed Sandstone and Alabaster.

Minimal Surfaces
Davide Prete
Davide Prete’s work has focused on new technologies such as 3D printing and laser scanning combined with traditional metalsmithing techniques. For his latest projects, mathematical equations (especially Scherk Collins surfaces) provide him with a pretext to connect figurative images with a new language, to discover what he called “a new form of shamanism.”


Radiant White by Cheryl Ann Bearss, oil on canvas.

Voices of the Forest
Cheryl Ann Bearss
I paint trees “plein air” and from my imagination in both oil and acrylic. I am inspired by the forest that lay waiting only minutes from my house. When I enter a wooded area, I retreat from everyday concerns. I have traveled across the country, soaking in the beauty of the natural world. I love a forest while it is resting during the winter months. I can clearly see the interconnected roots and branches. I have recently enjoyed the books, The Overstory, Powers and The Hidden Life of Trees, Wohlleben, which speak of the connection of all things in a forest.

Studio Gallery is located at 2108 R St. NW.