WPG presence outside the gallery

Can’t make it to the gallery this month?  I will say you’re missing a wonderful show, but you’re not completely out of luck.  Check out WPG artists in other venues around the area–what a busy bunch they are!

"From Siem Rep" by Jenny Freestone, on view at the Old Print Gallery

WPG Exhibition at the Old Print Gallery–Eleven WPG artists will be in a group exhibition at the Old Print Gallery, which opens TOMORROW!  Ellen Winkler, Marian Osher, and Margaret Adams Parker will definitely be in attendance, if you stop by, and maybe even a few more.  Abstract to figurative, color to black and white, this show has  something for everyone.  November 19-January 14, Opening: Friday, November 19, 5-8 pm at the Old Print Gallery in Georgetown. Visit their website for more details and directions.

"Going Home" Woodcut by Tony Lazorko

The Harnett Biennial–This exhibition, at the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art at the University of Richmond, runs through December 5 and has works by WPG members Tony Lazorko and Lee Newman.  Some other names you might recognize are Ann Zahn, a founding member of WPG, as well as Jake Muirhead and Lindsay McCulloch, both artists in September’s “Director’s Cut” exhibition.  If you live even remotely in the area (or are traveling through Richmond for the holidays) it is well worth the stop!

"Little Eats" by Lee Newman

The Orchard Gallery Salon–In case you miss Lee Newman’s Solo Show, Glimpse, and his work at the Harnett Biennial, you can see his work at the Orchard Gallery Salon in Bethesda, MD December 8-January 4, as part of a group show.  Opening reception, Friday, December 10, 6-9 pm.  Visit their website for details and directions.

Finally, a quick reminder about Lila Asher at the Ratner Museum now through November 30 as part of a 4-person printmakers show.  Also, Allison Long Hardy has a solo exhibition, Deconstructed, at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, MD that runs November 30-January 23. Her opening reception is Saturday, December 4, 3-5 pm. I suggest making it a print-filled day in Maryland by stopping in at Carole Nelson’s Artist Talk and Reception at WPG that day (1-4 pm) and then going to Allison’s opening. Happy viewing!


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