April 13, 2024


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Artful Weekend July 22-23 – The Art League


This weekend: The July Open Show and Wonderful World by Jinchen Han at the League Lou Stovall: The Museum Workshop at The Phillips Assortment Self-taught Artists in the Robson Relatives Selection at the American Artwork Museum and Soar at the Van Landingham Gallery.




July 2022 Open Exhibit


“Starlet” by Beverly Ryan Oil

Numerous works in various mediums are the element of Open up Exhibits at The Artwork League. This month’s show attributes 97 works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, ceramic, images, printmaking, combined media, fused glass, drawings, electronic artwork, sculpture, gouache, and collage. The July Open up Show was juried by painter Jessie Boyland, who is also the gallery director at Artwork Will work in Richmond, VA. The July 2022 Open Show is on perspective by August 7.



Attractive World by Jinchen Han


“View from Trafalgar Square” by Jinchen Han Watercolor

Watercolorist Jinchen Han’s solo show showcases his travels from all-around the entire world, usually highlighting the location’s distinctive architecture. It is on look at by August 7.



Lou Stovall: The Museum Workshop


Lou Stovall, Untitled, 1972, Silkscreen print, 40 x 26 in., Courtesy of the artist

Lou Stovall: The Museum Workshop, at The Phillips Assortment, reexamines the history and legacy of the Dupont Middle, an artist’s museum launched in Washington, DC, in 1969. Less than the visionary collaboration of curator Walter Hopps and artist Lou Stovall, the Dupont Middle turned DC’s meeting area for artists of diverse cultures and generations. This exhibition presents operate developed by artists at the workshop and collected by Stovall in between 1969 and 1973, as effectively as Stovall’s early neighborhood posters from 1967 and 1968, which document DC in a time of protest and upheaval. The presentation at The Phillips Assortment provides jointly a wide variety of art from the workshop, which include sculpture by Rockne Krebs and Leni Stern, images by William Christenberry and John Gossage, and paintings by Sam Gilliam, Thomas Downing, and Paul Reed. It’s on look at via October 9, 1600 21st Avenue, NW.



We Are Made of Stories: Self-taught Artists in the Robson Family Selection


Sister Gertrude Morgan, Enthusiast, ca. 1970, paint and ink on card.

Artists with no formal instruction, who learned from family, local community, and private journeys, have very long been a presence in American art. But it was not right up until the 1980s, with the help of trailblazing advocates, that the collective force of their resourceful vision and presence irrevocably turned the tide in the mainstream artwork entire world. As a result of drawings, paintings, and sculptures that span the narrative to the abstract, the artworks in We Are Built of Stories: Self-Taught Artists in the Robson Spouse and children Collection convey the humanistic ability of artwork and let us to see the world as a result of the lens of another. It is on look at at the Smithsonian American Art Museum by way of March 26, 2023 8th and G Streets, NW.




Jennifer Brewer Stone, Blue Dragon Duo.

The Torpedo Manufacturing facility Artists Association’s Van Landingham Gallery, positioned in 311, presents Soar, a membership demonstrate that includes artworks by Joyce Zipperer, Samantha Shelton, Guido Zanni, Tom Kelly, Eileen O’Brien, Jennifer Brewer Stone, and Rebecca McNeely.  Furthermore the gallery is featuring little items, artwork playing cards, block printed totes, and jewelry. Artworks incorporate unique hand pulled prints, photography, paintings, and sculpture. It’s on check out through July 31, 105 N. Union Street, Alexandria, VA.


Love the weekend!






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