Friday, June 14, 2019

Now on Display through August, 2019

Space 710 - Now On Display
June 8, 2019 – August 31, 2019
Photography by Keith Kozloff

My goal is that photographs and blogs (on both photography and other topics) will challenge how I/we see the world. I use the metaphor of physical vision to call attention to what happens at the margins.

For each exhibit, I generally select a limited number of images out of a larger body of work on the same theme. My goal is that each image strengthens and contributes to the overall narrative.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Now On Display

March 4, 2019 - April 30, 2019
Fluid Acrylics by Alan Rich


As a visual artist I paint still life, landscapes and abstracts.

I have been creating art since I was a small child (many children are small). My first painting was "Popeye the Sailor" with enamel paints on wood. My other art consisted of building and customizing plastic model cars, building and racing radio control cars and trucks, and drawing with colored pencil and graphite.

My inspiration comes from the happiness and joy of bright colors. I chose the acrylic medium for its quick drying properties and wide array of available gels and mediums for creating different and interesting textures and fluid movements.

I have studios in both Maryland and Rehoboth Beach, DE. My art is an outlet from the everyday. It is relaxing and invigorating all at the same time. In a world of being connected virtually 24/7, art gets me to a quieter, more serene place, whether it’s at the beach or here at home watching football and painting…at the same time.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Now On Display
January 11, 2019-February 28, 2019
Art Inspired by African Masks by Leslie Anne Hansley
SuSu is Going on a Date
View the work of Jamaican-born Silver Spring resident Leslie Anne Hansley! 

"I have always been fascinated by African Masks. My husband traveled to Africa many times and always brought home paintings and masks.

In early 2018, I decided to paint images of African masks on canvas but add my own twist. My ancestors used crude tools to make their masks which were often a bit imperfect but yet so very beautiful. I like that my art does not require precision and symmetry and is therefore a reflection of my personality." 

Leslie Anne Hansley
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