Meet Our Monthly Featured Artists!

The Workhouse Arts Center has over 60 resident visual artists throughout our artist buildings as well as the Arches Gallery. Each month, we feature individual artists or a group of artists from each building as our Monthly Featured Artists. The artists exhibit a current body of work either solo or as part of a group and during our Second Saturday Artwalk they are onsite to speak about their work during the exhibit opening reception.

Our Second Saturday Artwalks have been virtual since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and we hope to return to live Second Saturday Artwalks soon.

Moving forward we will be sharing our monthly featured artists and their exhibits here!

Karen Abbott – July 2020 Building 7 Featured Artist

Karen Abbott is our July Featured Artist for Building 7! Learn more about her and her work below. Artist Statement Since the time when I could follow my Grandmother around in her garden, selecting flowers to cut, I have had an obsession with flowers.  This grouping reflects that obsession. I challenged my self to created life size replicas of selected flowers using powders and frit. In all but a couple exceptions, I actually worked with live flowers to achieve my ends. The two exception are the pansies and the pussywillow. Although full-size , the actual flowers themselves did not lend […]

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Terry Anstrom – July 2020 Building 6 Featured Artist

Terry is a watercolor artist and exemplifies her love of painting florals in her latest exhibit, “Georgia O’Keefe Revisited.” Her style is similar to Georgia O’Keefe who painted closeups of flowers except Terry adds a new level of detail and contrast in the paintings. “Georgia O’Keefe Revisited” is on display in the Building 6 gallery from July 8-August 2, 2020. The Building 6 gallery is open Friday-Sunday 12pm-5pm. Learn more about Terry here. Visit Terry’s website at www.watercolors-byterry.com. Contact Terry at Tanstom@cox.net or tanstrom48@gmail.com or 703-201-7649.

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