The Island Gallery will rotate the works of Gallery artists
at Sotheby’s. Sotheby’s, located at
240 Winslow Way East, hosts Artwalks on the First Friday
of each month, with Office Manager and artist herself,
Marilyn Turner. Continuing through February, 2018,
the featured Gallery artists are David Berger, Pam Galvani
and Jen Till.
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For all of you visiting Washington D.C. in the coming months,
an exciting development is the relocation of The
Textile Museum to a new location with the collaboration
of The George Washington University. It is located near
the White House and will house the Museum’s amazing
textile collection, hold monthly exhibitions and provide
research and teaching facilities for GWU and other students.
Visit The George Washington University Textile Museum.
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February 2, 2018. The Jewelry of Agnes
Seebass: A Modernist. Trained in Germany, France and Mexico,
Seebass is inspired by the forms of nature and contrasts
in Mexico yet is drawn to simple geometric shapes and a
passion for precise handcraftsmanship. Trunk Show with Michelle
Tange, First Friday Artwalk, February 2, 6-8pm, continuing
February 3, 10am-5pm. Also: New Work from glass and metal
artist KT Hancock. The artist conveys in her gem-shaped
objects an idealized adornment piece for the body. Although
not wearable, these objects reflect an inherent cultural,
physical and sentimental value. Her new vases will also
be shown. Continuing through February 28th. Please see
March 2, 2018. Black, White & Grey.
May 4, 2018. Japan & Wearable Art:
Impact on Gallery Textile Artists.
For calendar year 2018 we are excited
about the following shows which will feature prints and
painting, ceramics, furniture and sculpture, and fiber: