Josie Vosoba A Year Abroad: Painting Portugal, France, and Spain

By Editorial Team on February 27, 2023

Thu, 02 March 2023 - Fri, 28 April 2023

Josie Vosoba, Calanque De Podestat (Coastline Near Marseille, France), 18 X 24, Oil On Linen
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 2 from 6pm to 8pm

Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Portugal, Spain, and France with Josie Vosoba’s upcoming solo exhibition, “A Year Abroad: Painting Portugal, France, and Spain.” The highly anticipated show opens its doors to the public on Thursday, March 2nd, with an opening reception from 6-8pm. The exhibit runs through 28 April. Join them for an evening of art, music, food, and wine, as we celebrate the talent and vision of this emerging Washington artist.  The reception is free and open to the public.

Josie Vosoba, a well-known and beloved artist in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, spent the past year traveling and painting “en plein air” in Portugal, Spain, and France, capturing the essence of nature in her unique style. Known for her extensive paintings of Rock Creek Park, Josie has a talent for capturing her passion for place using light and color. Her small paintings were created on-site, using sheets of loose linen, allowing her to easily pack and bring them home, and to finish the paintings on site quickly before the light changed. Come see her best work from this incredible year of travel.  She has also added to this collection with a few larger pieces recently created in the studio, inspired by her plein air works.

Josie is a copyist at the National Gallery of Art, exhibits regularly in her Mt. Pleasant neighborhood and is a graduate of the Compass Atelier.  The modern and versatile Signal Financial City Center Location, with its spacious and inviting atmosphere, is known for it’s commitment to community engagement, event hosting, and art exhibitions, making it the ideal venue for this much-anticipated event.

Don’t miss this chance to be transported to another place by Josie’s stunning works and to experience the beauty and inspiration of her artistic vision. For more information, please contact Josie at (202) 746-8200 or visit her website at

The exhibition is located at 1101 New York Ave NW (enter at 12th and I).