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Posted in Caton Merchant Family Gallery, Visual Arts, on 16 January 2017, by , 0 Comments

Our next exhibition featuring The Exposure Group will fascinate anyone with an interest in photography.

Colors of Life: The Exposure Group (January 25 - March 3)

The Exposure Group photographers bring forth multiple interpretations of the experience of living in the DC metropolitan area. This visual and impactful body of work shares some of our Nation’s Capital outside of the usual tourist areas. The Exposure Group represents the gamut of subject matter including landscapes, cityscapes, portraits, architectural, and photojournalism. The art will speak for itself.

Come join us at the opening reception on February 4 from 6-8 pm. The reception will consist of cheese and wine, live music, door prizes, and light hors d'oeuvres.

The Horn of Nobility

The Horn of Nobility, Karl Rudd

Jeanine Cummins

The Sentry, Jeanine Cummins

 

List of exhibiting participants:

Sandy Adams
Bonita Bing
Zandra Chestnut
Jeanine Cummins
Bruce Fagin
Lisa Fanning
Sharon Farmer
Maurice Fitzgerald
Michael Gross
David Hamilton
Arnold Johnson
Donnamaria R. Jones
Gloria Kirk
Tor Moore
Myron Ottley
Caroline Reed
Karl Rudd
Edward Savwoir
Francesca Scott
Michael G. Smith
George Dalton Tolbert IV

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Posted in Caton Merchant Family Gallery, on 11 January 2017, by , 0 Comments

Congratulations to our 13th Annual Off the Wall winners! Despite the snow, our reception on Saturday, January 7, was very successful. We had over 200 visitors, including teachers, parents, and students. Thank you to everyone who came out, and a special thank you again to Lockheed Martin for sponsoring the exhibit!

Visual Arts Category:

1st Place: Anne Bray, Red Riding Hood (Corrugated Cardboard), Osbourn High School

2nd Place: Rebecca Miller, Untitled (Pen & Ink Wash), Battlefield High School

3rd Place: Luke Pham, 51 Shades of Grey (Charcoal), Osbourn High School

Visual Arts Winners

Visual Arts Winners

1st Place (Visual Arts), Anne Bray, "Red Riding Hood", Osbourn High School

1st Place (Visual Arts), Anne Bray, "Red Riding Hood", Osbourn High School

Honorable Mention: Emma Beatty, Portrait, Osbourn Park

Alison Poisson, Lookout, Forest Park

Maria Torres Serafin, Narcissus, Osbourn

Justina Ahinakwah, Winter Night, Forest Park

Caroline Doolin, Self-Portrait, Forest Park

Art & Technology:

1st Place: RJ Weaver, Conformism (3D Print), Manassas Park High School

Art & Technology winner, RJ Weaver

Art & Technology winner, RJ Weaver

Poetry:

1st Place: Kaitlyn Graham, "I Love That Her Hair Is Purple", Woodbridge Senior High School

2nd Place: Leah Gaush, "Speak Up, Poet", Woodbridge Senior High School

3rd Place: Annie Chotikul, "Scribbles and Scraps", Charles J. Colgan Senior High School

1st and 2nd Place Poetry Winners

1st and 2nd Place Poetry Winners

Wearable Art:

1st Place: Leon Sunga from Osbourn High School and model, Stephanie Morra

Wearable Art Participants (Leon Sunga, 1st place winner on far right and model, Stephanie Morra)

Wearable Art Participants (From left to right: Jenny Luu (designer), Litzy Paneloza (model), Stephanie Mora (model), and our 1st place winner, Leon Sunga)

 

 

 

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