Now Exhibiting!


Foon Sham

May 1st - June 18th, 2021

Schedule a private tour by calling: 301.852.8042

Available hours: Thursday - Sunday, 12 - 7 pm

“UnderExposed” is a collection of pieces by local sculptor, Foon Sham, whose work has been featured in over 200 exhibitions across the United States and throughout the world. This exhibit is courtesy of Gallery Neptune and Brown, Washington, DC. Sham is most known for his wood sculptures for which he transforms fallen trees and discarded wood into geometric and organic forms. His work is inspired by places he’s traveled, as well as his own personal feelings on surrounding nature and the environment. “My art practice is to preserve natural resources and extend their lives to the maximum and transform what has been discarded to become precious. The attitude we should have towards the planet we live in,” explains Sham.

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