Saturday, September 15 - Visit
to the studio of Dennis Lee Mitchell
Mr. Mitchell, an artist who uses the
smoke from torches to create unique imagery on paper, opens his spacious
studio to WPC members.
Saturday, November 17 -Visit to the
studio of David A. Douglas, The Ainslie Arts Center at Episcopal High
School, Alexandria, VA.
David Douglas has been creating art
for over thirty-five years. His studio is at Episcopal High School,
a boarding school founded in 1839 in Alexandria, VA, where he teaches
painting, drawing, and photography. His work is included in numerous
public, private and corporate collections and has been in various group
exhibitions with Chuck Close, Robert Mapplethorpe, Diane Arbus, Sally
Mann, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Richard Diebenkorn, and Ansel Adams among others.
Tuesday, December 18 - Sense of
Humor, The National Gallery of Art
Stacey Sell, Associate Curator, Department
of Old Master Drawings, will lead us through Sense of Humor,
an exhibition of prints and drawings drawn from the National Gallery's
collection. Prints, as the most widely distributed medium, and drawings,
as the most private, have been the natural vehicles for comic content.
Sense of Humor celebrates this rich tradition through works including
Renaissance caricatures, biting English satires, and 20th century comics.
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