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The Washington Post reviewed Harmon Biddle’s solo show “Earth’s Elements” and featured her lovely watercolor painting shown above.
“Soldiers Without Battles” a solo show by Judith Lavender has been an emotional exhibit not to be missed.
The Washington Post featured Tré’s graphite drawing “Obamaham” (a combination portrait of President Abraham Lincoln and President Barak Obama) on the front page of Sunday’s (01/13-13) Art Section, as well as inside, where it also recognized Shelley Lowenstein’s painting “The Haves and the Have-Nots” and Anthony Dortch’s piece “I Want Your Money.”
Art As Politics was an article written by Doug Rule for Metro Weekly, featuring Anthony Dortch’s piece and speaking of Janathel Shaw’s poignant sculpture ”Salt N Pepper N-Shaker.”
All in all, it has been an exciting month, and a wonderful way to start off this year.