Washington Sculptors Group Presents Maryanne Pollock and Marc Robarge

By Editorial Team on September 12, 2017

Sat, 16 September 2017 - Sat, 30 September 2017

Maryanne Pollock, Refuge at Sandy Spring Museum (meditation tents), 4’ x 17’ each, collaborative hand-painted and printed tent installation on unprimed canvas, 2017. Photograph by Brandon Webster.


The Washington Sculptors Group cordially invites the public to attend their new Studio Pop-Up Event Program this fall. WSG artists Maryanne Pollock and Marc Robarge will connect their artwork, currently in the ARTINA 2017 (Re)Use and Abuse of the Land exhibition at Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring, MD through September 30th, to their studio practice where the making of the work occurs. As a non-profit organization, WSG invigorates local neighborhoods and enhances DC’s diverse communities, providing an authentic and creative understanding of innovative sculptural practices that address new themes, materials, and processes.

Maryanne Pollock: Saturday, September 16th 4-6 pm
1707 Columbia Road, NW, Apt. 514
Washington, DC 20009
Street parking available.
Metro: Green Line to Columbia Heights, Red Line to Woodley Park or Dupont Circle. Take 42 bus to Ontario Road, walk across the street. Buses on 16th street take you to the studio, which is across from The Potter’s House in Adams Morgan. Studio is elevator and handicap accessible.

Marc Robarge, Ode 1 (site specific installation at Sandy Spring Museum), ceramic, 130 x 24 x 20″, 2017. Photograph by Marc Robarge.

Marc Robarge, Saturday, September 23rd 4-6 pm
205 South Oak Street
Falls Church, VA 22046
Street parking available.
Metro: West Falls Church Orange Line with approximately 20-minute walk to studio.