Sherry Trachtman & Jenny Wu
January 9th - February 27, 2021
Schedule a private tour by calling: 301.852.8042
Available hours: Thursday - Sunday, 12 - 7 pm
From Left to Right: "90% of the Drugs" by Jenny Wu, "Quilt Crop" by Sherry Trachtman, "Give a Little" by Jenny Wu
Artists Sherry Trachtman and Jenny Wu are partnering together for our first exhibit of 2021 to bring you, "Material Reality"!
This exhibit is an immersive exploration of objects considered obsolete from their originally intended use but as part of these installations show them in a whole new perspective.
Schedule a private tour to come view the exhibit by contacting us by phone, 301.352.8042! To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that you do not exceed 6 people in your group.
Learn more about our exhibiting artists as they interview each other in this 2 part series:
The relationships we build are as important as the places we create.
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Out of My Mind
David Carlson’s Fields and Transformation series is about process and the contemplative state that is developed from the artist and the viewer. The varying methods of scraping, brushing, and sanding are applied until the painting is completed.
-A Broader Sense of Place
By photographing, blending and stitching multiple exposures of a scene together into a seamless composition, an interesting passage of time and space is portrayed within the still image confine.