Reception: Saturday, October 2 from 4pm to 6pm
The exhibition runs just 10:00-6:00, Saturday and Sunday October 2 and 3, and the reception is on Saturday, 4:00-6:00. Come for the wine and cheese. Stay for the great conversation. Oh yeah, and watercolors by Crystal Parmele and Alexandra Treadaway-Hoare.
Two Women and Some Paint features sixty paintings by Crystal and Alexandra. The development of their distinct personal styles is influenced by their sixteen years combined under the guidance of watercolorist David Daniels.
Alexandra was born & raised in S. E. Asia of Canadian Parents, educated in N. Africa, Europe, U.K. and Philippines. She spent her adult life in corporate, education and not-for-profit markets prior to devoting herself full time to painting watercolors of nature, mostly birds, insects and landscapes as well as children’s-book illustrations.
Crystal is a native Washingtonian whose 20 years of daily exposure to national and international artists in her work at NIH as director of the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center Art Program informs her concentration on developing her watercolor art.
Glen Echo Park is an arts and cultural center in Glen Echo, Maryland. Located about 9 miles northwest of downtown DC, the park’s site was initially developed in 1891 as a National Chautauqua Assembly. The Yellow Barn Studio & Gallery is Glen Echo Park’s painting and drawing residency.
- Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM
- Sunday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Glen Echo National Park is located at 7300 Macarthur Blvd, Glen Echo, MD.