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. Proof of vaccination is still required for entry.
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Cheryl Ann Bearss: Shape of Time
In this solo exhibition on Studio Gallery’s upper level, Cheryl Ann Bearss explores the nature of trees whose lifespan has been made more precarious by the ravages of climate change. Standing as silent sentinels- watching generations of humanity pass under their boughs- trees planted by our ancestors will be living witnesses to the lives of our grandchildren. This longevity changes our human perception of the “shape of time.”
Elizabeth Harris: The Trees and The Forest- Portraits of Trees
In the lower gallery, Elizabeth Harris presents The Trees and The Forest: Portraits of Trees. 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.
Miriam Keeler: Conceptual Animal
In the lower gallery, Miriam Keeler presents Conceptual Animal. 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.
Studio Gallery is located at 2108 R St NW. Visit www.studiogallerydc.com for more information.