Art Galleries in Metro DC

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Mechanical Reproduction

Brentwood Arts Exchange
Jun. 3 – Aug. 10
With an enigmatic collection of objects, artist Matt Wilt seeks to blurb the boundaries between two-dimensional and the three-dimensional approaches to art making.

Women who Work, Care, and Create

Zenith Sculpture Space
Thru Apr. 13
Throughout history, women have been excluded in virtually every field. Even when women are included, their achievements are overlooked and forgotten.

New Beginnings Art Exhibit

Del Ray Artisans
Thru Feb. 24
"New Beginnings" art exhibit – The EPA estimates 75% of waste is recyclable, but only 30% is. Visit Del Ray Artisans gallery to see artwork created by reuse.

Out of the Woods: Julia Purinton

Glen Echo Park
Thru Feb. 24
The Partnership presents an exhibition of landscape paintings by Julia Purinton.

For The Artist Art Exhibit

Del Ray Artisans
Mar. 1 – 31
The “For The Artist” exhibit features artworks that Del Ray Artisans members have always dreamed of creating. The diversity of expression and creativity in this exhibit is inspiring to artists and art appreciators alike. Two and three-dimensional works, paintings, mixed media, and photography are on exhibit.

A Singular Vision of Outer Cape Cod: Catherine Hess

Glen Echo Park
Mar. 2 – 30
A Singular Vision of Outer Cape Cod features monotypes by Catherine Hess.

Voyages: Travel Photography by Michael Horan

Glen Echo Park
Mar. 2 – 31
The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Voyages: Travel Photography by Michael Horan.

The Beauty of Decay Art Exhibition

Takoma Park Community Center
Thru Mar. 6
In our consumer society that disposes everything that isn’t new, decay is a scary word, conjuring thoughts of advancing age and death.

Lush: Reinvention Wayson R. Jones

DC Arts Center (DCAC)
Thru Apr. 7
Lush: Reinvention presents a small new body of richly textured and brilliantly colored paintings.

Jill Tanenbaum and Cathy Abramson

Montpelier Arts Center
Apr. 7 – May. 26
Tanenbaum and Abramson showcase glassworks and paintings that feature the colors, shapes, and energy found in and around urban settings.

Landscape and Memory, An Elemental Journey: Robert Devers

Glen Echo Park
Mar. 2 – 31
The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Landscape and Memory, An Elemental Journey.

Front Window Feature: Akemi Maegawa

Brentwood Arts Exchange
Thru Mar. 9
Akemi Maegawa's sculptural work is rooted in the constant search of a place of peace.

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