6 Adah Rose Gallery
3766 Howard Ave Kensington MD, 20895
Hours: Thurs-Sun 12-5:30 and delighted to open additional hours by appointment and more.
301-922-0162, Email email@example.com
“In This Moment” Anne C. Smith and Christina Tenaglia. Thru June 4.
Opening Vernissage April 8, 2017 6:30-8:30 pm
Live Music by Terraplane
Anne C. Smith
Night holds a special fascination for Anne Smith. She combines the intense black of charcoal with delicate lines of graphite in her drawings inspired by memory and landscape. Her art is beautifully deliberate; a glimpse into another world. With elegant lines, Anne creates an awareness of spatial relationships. Her work suggests a vastness with the quietude and stillness of night. Hints of form or space inspire questions and observations about the visual language of minimalism and abstraction.
Anne is a visual artist in Washington DC. Her art practice spans the disciplines of drawing, sculpture and printmaking. Her subject matter includes her childhood home, the side of the road and other spaces imagined or observed. Anne received her BA in studio art at Williams College and her MFA from George Mason University. She is currently a teaching artist at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC and works in the studio of master printmaker Lou Stovall. Anne has exhibited at Hillyer Art Space, Old Dominion University, James Madison University, Carroll Square Gallery, The Workhouse Art Center and throughout the DC area. Anne exhibited with Adah Rose Gallery last summer in “Carte Blanche”.
Christina Tenaglia’s sculptures are in a continual state of doing and undoing, arriving at a perfect moment of repose. Using mostly wood and paint, each sculpture is carefully constructed and inspires a playful exploration of its parts. They are fragments, passing thoughts, rigorous, but also full of wonder.
Christina’s works on paper are simple gestures and expansive thoughts, suggestive of architecture and landscape. Using pen and ink and bits of collage, she creates compositions that are both abstract and recognizable, full of whimsical and curious details.
Christina Tenaglia is a visual artist from Hudson New York. Her practice includes drawing, painting and sculpture. Christina received her BA from Vassar College and her MFA from Yale University School of Art. She has been the recipient of numerous residencies including a MacDowell Colony Fellow, an I-Park Residency, and the Catwalk Residency. She currently teaches at Vassar College and selected exhibitions include Goliath Visual Space, Rawspace in New York City, Yale University, Vassar College, Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn,500 X Gallery, Weathervane and Tiger Strikes Asteroid. Christina exhibited with Adah Rose Gallery last summer in “Carte Blanche”
9 American Center for Physics Gallery
One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD(301) 209-3125.
Open Mon-Fri 9-5, www.acp.org.
LightWeight: photographs by Michael Borek, paintings by CraigCahoon, and sculptures by Robert Wechsler, thru April 21; curator: Sarah Tanguy.
Earth Bound: sculptures by Jessica Beels, photographs by Michael Collier, and paintings by Andrea Huppert, April 25 – October 20.
7 Betty Mae Kramer Gallery
Silver Spring Civic Building, One Veterans Place, Silver Spring, MD 20910, Mon-Fri., 9 AM to 9 PM
8 Columbia Art Center Galleries
6100 Foreland Garth, Columbia
(410) 730-0075. Mon-Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm, Fri 9:30am-9pm, Sat 9:30am-5pm, Sun noon-5pm. firstname.lastname@example.org
Healing Hands/Words of Inspiration, Blossoms of Hope
Annual Theme Exhibition Honoring Columbia’s 50th Birthday, April 1-23.
Sponsored by: Blossoms of Hope of Howard County, volunteer Center serving Howard County, Columbia Art Center Galleries and Howard County Poetry and Literature Society Exhibition.
2 The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center
40 South Carroll Street, Frederick,
301-698-0656. Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 11-5.
Located on the banks of Carroll Creek Linear Park in historic downtown Frederick, this award-winning art center offers three floors of studios and galleries. A 40,000 square-foot flagship of the arts, the Delaplaine Arts Center features five exhibit spaces showcasing local, regional, and national artists.
Art Matters: Conversations on Art & Wine: Friday, April 7 at 3pm: Our “Conversations on Art & Wine” series continues! Engage in lively discussions about art while enjoying wine pairings courtesy of our friends at Spin the Bottle Wine company. Open to adults 21 and older. “Divan Japonais” by Toulouse Lautrec • Lesa Cook.
Art Matters: First Saturday Artist Talks: Saturday, April 1 at 2pm: Join us in the galleries for talks by exhibiting artists, Delaplaine instructors, and special guests every First Saturday as we enhance our understanding and appreciation of art! All ages welcome. Sheryl Massaro & Paula Rubin-Wexler.
Audrey Farnsworth, Courtney E. Lee, Sheryl Massaro, Paula Rubin-Wexler & Karen Winston-Levin, Parallels and Perspectives, April 1 – 30. Oil paintings.
Dave Moreland, A Simple Dialectic, Works in a variety of media, April 1 – May 28.
Brittani Locke, Laura Gilbertson-Delaplaine Instructor Showcase. Works in a variety of media, through April 30.
Debra MacNealy, Connecting with Nature , Photographic collage, through April 30.
10 Harmony Hall Regional Center Gallery
10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, 803. Open M-Fri 8:30 am- 7:45 pm, Sat 10 am-2 pm. All exhibitions and receptions are free public events. 301.203.6070.
Thru May 19: SPRING SONATA: Works by The Han Mee Artists Association. HMAA works to encourage visual artists, to promote exposure to the visual arts and to increase public awareness of the vitality, quality, and wide diversity of media and styles of Korean-American artists. This exhibition showcases the diverse talent of artists working in mixed media, ceramics, calligraphy, sculpture and painting.
8 Howard Community College Horowitz Center for Visual & Performing Arts
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia,
Cara Ober -Tragicomdey, thru May 1. Painter, teacher, curator, and writer Cara Ober layers drawing, painting, and printmaking into mixed media works that examine and reinterpret sentimental imagery. Ober’s narrative works utilize specific phrases and fonts to suggest multiple voices, perspectives, and time periods. Rather than illustrating the text, the images create discord and contrast, layering metaphorical and nonsensical outcomes over personal notation.
Gregory Mclemore-ALL Patched Up, May 1. Gregory Mclemore paintings range in subject from the once glorious but now dilapidated buildings of Baltimore City to the historic city of Nagasaki, Japan. The Baltimore Ruins paintings are highly detailed paintings of the city’s crumbling and in some cases, razed, structures. Aspiring to reflect the deep, dark, gritty nature of the city, as is reflected in its architecture. Inferences to the human psyche are enmeshed in each gash, hole, and sloppy patch. The Nagasaki City paintings are scenes of Nagasaki’s multilevel, Tetris -like architecture. Rather than the gleaming futuristic cities one might expect in Japan, Nagasaki is a charming, historic place, filled with gravity, character, and a shifting horizon line that forces multiple and dramatic views.
7 King Street Gallery, Montgomery College Takoma Park/Silver Spring
The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Arts Center, 930 King St, Silver Spring
240-567-5821. Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm:
King Street Gallery: Thru May 5: John Richardson and Michael Benevenia.
Open Gallery: The Impermanence of Knowledge: Gregory Davis, to May 5.
Lower Level, Tech Center, 51 Mannakee St
Mon–Wed, 10 am–6 pm, Thur, 10 am–8 pm, Friday, 10 am–1 pm. 240-567-7521.
Thru Apr 14: Photography Student Exhibition.
April 24–June 23: Graphic Design and Illustration Student Exhibition.
5 Montpelier Arts Center
9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel (4 mi. from Beltway exit), (301) 377-7800. Open 7 days/week, 10-5
April 2 – May 28: Main Gallery: Substrates.Artists explore drawing and painting on non-traditional surfaces such as cardboard, fabric, ceramic, and other unique supports.
April 8-30: Barbara Talbott: Resident Artist Gallery. Talbott brings 30 years as an advertising photographer, graphic designer and computer illustrator into her work. At MICA, she studied the textural works of Jasper Johns, Jim Dine, and Frank Stella. The need to replicate the texture and surface of life propels her to discover new ways to use materials and processes.
Saturday, April 8, 2 pm-Ellen Cornett, Library Gallery. Ellen Cornett’s charcoal and graphite drawings reveal the humorous and serious, often tragic undertones of fairy and folk tales. By using well-recognized sources, she manipulates characters into odd vignettes of conflict, misunderstanding, and relationships gone awry. In addition to these finished pieces, Cornett will create a large charcoal drawing on paper along the gallery wall aligning with other pieces in the show—a little whimsical, a little challenging, and a little dark. Visit her in the gallery to discuss and see the work in progress. She will also be documenting her process with daily reports on her blog and social media.
2 Montgomery College Rockville
Sarah Silberman Art Gallery
Paul Peck Art Building, second floor
51 Mannakee Street, Rockville
(240) 567-5115. Mon-Fri 10-4:
Apr 18–May 12: Annual Student Exhibition.