M. Jane Johnson is our September Featured Artist for Building 10! Johnson’s solo exhibit, “A Mix of This and That,” runs September 10, 2020 through October 8, 2020 in Building W-10. Learn more about her and her work below. Artist Statement My work is a combination of acrylic, collage, oil pastel, gels, and textural mediums. I start with thin veils of acrylic paint and then add collage and draw into the painting to find space and create interest. I build and build layers as I paint and allow the process to guide my painting. During the process, I will stop […]
Sandi Martina is our September Featured Artist for Building 7! Martina’s exhibit “Meltdown: Pandemically Speaking,” is open in W-7 throughout the month of September. Learn more about her and her work below. Artist Statement Contemplative. Reflective. Meditative. Emotions and observations inspire Workhouse resident glass artist, Sandi Martina’s featured show, Meltdown: Pandemically Speaking. Bewildered. Distracted. Unsettled. With forced gallery closures and class cancellations, Meltdown resulted in part from a self-imposed sabbatical. Sandi’s ponderings and wonderings reflect in kilnformed glass and photo works that comprise her exhibition. Meltdown: Pandemically Speaking on display through September in the Workhouse Arts Center’s W7 Glasshouse Gallery. Bio A […]
Joan Hutten is our September Featured Artist for Building 6! Hutten’s solo exhibit, “Experiments in Fiber Art,” runs September 11, 2020 through October 4, 2020. Learn more about her and her work below. Artist Statement I am attracted to the fiber arts because of the limitless possibilities of the materials. I love experimenting with color and texture, working with a variety of techniques, and manipulating my materials in unconventional ways to create unique and visually beautiful art and wearable art. Bio Joan Hutten has had a lifelong interest in the visual arts. She earned a BA in Art and Art […]
Building W-5 is featuring a group show called “Lemon and Lime” from September 12, 2020 through October 9, 2020. Featured artists include: Marni Maree Phoebe Peterson Denise Phalan Monika Stroik Lynn Goldstein Michele Montalbano Galleries at the Workhouse Arts Center are open Friday through Sunday from noon to 5 PM.
Our Arches Gallery is featuring a group show called Artist’s Choice from September 12, 2020 through November 1, 2020. Artist’s Choice showcases a selection of Arches Gallery Artists’ favorite works. Expect to see an exciting variety of styles and media including abstract minimalism, contemporary realism, collage, encaustic and more. Visit the show at Arches Gallery (W-9) on Saturdays, Sept 12th thru October 31st. Artists include: Kathleen Gillman Sandra Lewin Julie Dzikiewicz Gene Moty Carol Mather
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 […]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-201-7649.