Past Exhibitions
January 6, 2011 - February 27, 2011

John M. Adams' paintings represent the process of grasping at that which is transient and ephemeral. Adams’ adventures canoeing down rivers, traversing mountains, and navigating urban jungles inform their visual language. His perceptions of these experiences remain ambiguously familiar and appear if not in the composition of the work, then in the process...

November 4, 2010 - January 2, 2011

“Current toys are made of a graceless material, the product of chemistry, not of nature. Many are now molded from complicated mixtures; the plastic material of which they are made has an appearance at once gross and hygienic, it destroys all the pleasure, the sweetness, the humanity of touch. “ —Roland Barthes, from “Toys”, an essay...

September 16, 2010 - October 31, 2010

A Study of Passing Events examines the multiplicity of Cromer’s inspirations and interpretations and techniques he developed for his most recent works. This show is presented by the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association in association with Grey Carter—Objects of Art.

August 5, 2010 - September 12, 2010

Mary “Mimi” Frank loves a variety of sculptural materials. But her first love is steel, the material she has chosen for the work in this exhibit. Frank took a light touch: The forms are space, outlined. Developing the forms was an unplanned, intuitive process. The scale is slight. These factors work against our usual expectations for steel—the...

June 17, 2010 - August 1, 2010

Using traditional media such as paint, wood and clay; as well as the non-traditional including rust, glue, and scrap metal, the nature of the media itself is given a voice through the works of Christian Benefiel, Michael Fitts, Joanne Kent, Kevin Kepple, J.T. Kirkland, Laurel Lukaszewski and Kim Manfredi. The show is curated by J.T. Kirkland and Twig Murray.

May 6, 2010 - June 13, 2010

Illusions of Time explores two photographers' approaches to the concepts of passed time and memory. Lisa McCarty's work is about nostalgia and reflections on the change of the home and environment that her grandparents live in - her technically altered images feature Polaroid transfers that are lush with color. Stephen Schiff's haunting photographs were shot...

March 25, 2010 - April 25, 2010

Featuring a range of styles, Paper Cuts reflects the breadth and vitality of the DC Metropolitan area music scene. Paper Cuts also explores process, exhibiting artifacts including original drawings, sketches, studies, and printmaking ephemera.

Organized by Anthony Dihle.

January 14, 2010 - March 21, 2010

Kazaan Viveiros’ creations evoke collage. Diverse and discrete subject matter, media and styles converge to become unified paintings. Nature and science, colored by personal experience, shape her vision.

“My work is an exploration of perceptual relationships within the context of an evolving mental landscape. Each piece presents assembled images...

November 19, 2009 - January 3, 2010

"With animals as my subjects, I discover great freedom in employing my imagination as a catalyst for new mythology. Often, I deal with dark themes or struggles in these works, pairing dramatic images and short narratives. In creating a surreal and timeless atmosphere for discovery of this new mythology, I invite the viewers to continue the journey by finding more...

October 8, 2009 - November 15, 2009

In Dark Rococo, Ruth Bolduan finds a correspondence between 18th century painting and current aesthetic ideas, particularly the renewal of interest in the concept of beauty. Her works are linked to history, to the feminine, and to an unbroken lineage of artistic creation.