Washington Printmakers Gallery Presents Marian Osher WILD about Spring

By Editorial Team on March 28, 2017

Sat, 01 April 2017 — Sat, 29 April 2017

Composite details of Protectress (monotype) and Flower Circle 28 (photography) by Marian Osher, courtesy of the artist.
Composite details of Protectress (monotype) and Flower Circle 28 (photography) by Marian Osher, courtesy of the artist.


Reception and Talk: Saturday, April 1 from 1pm to 4pm


Washington Printmakers Gallery announces WILD about Spring, an exhibition by eco-artist Marian Osher, that celebrates both the beauty of spring and the importance of diversity in the natural world.

WILD about Spring presents a visual parade of colorful monotypes and paintings of wildlife. Photos of spring flowers and cherry blossoms mounted on wood circles seem to pop off the walls of the gallery. The natural world is resplendent with variety. Visitors bring the diversity of humanity to the exhibition.

“I invite people of all faiths, genders, ages, sizes, races, nationalities and ethnic origins to enjoy this exhibit and reflect on the importance of respect and appreciation for diversity in all species in nature.” Marian Osher

Marian Osher is a printmaker, painter, mixed-media artist and private art instructor. WILD about Spring is her 24th solo show. She has had 6 solo shows in New York. Her artwork has been shown in numerous group exhibitions in the U.S., as well as international shows in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, India, Italy, Moscow, and Shanghai. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Museum of Modern Art (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and the American Cultural Center (New Delhi, India). She is included in the Green Art Guide and the Women Environmental Art Directory. Osher was featured as a Spotlight Artist by the NY Examiner in 2016. Current gallery affiliations include the Ceres Gallery (NYC), Gallery 50 Contemporary Art (DE), Blank Slate Gallery (FL) and Washington Printmakers Gallery (DC). She is a resident artist (studio 308) at Artists and Makers II on Wilkins Avenue in Rockville, MD. She also works in her home studios in Rockville, Maryland and in Ocean View, Delaware. She studied art at George Washington University (MFA), University of Maryland (BA), and took numerous art courses at Montgomery College in Maryland.


  • Thursday – Saturday: 11am to 6pm

Washington Printmakers Gallery is located at 1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW. For more information, visit https://www.washingtonprintmakers.com/.