Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Photos by Dean McGormley
Development In Gardening (DIG) strives to alleviate the pressing need for improved nutrition in the developing world. DIG works primarily with those affected by HIV/AIDS throughout Africa and parts of Latin America, DIG's response is not only appropriate but Necessary.
The event at Las Manos Gallery on Friday night is to fund the Development in Gardening's efforts to plant seeds, transform communities and improve health around the world.
For more information on this incredible organization go to:
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Long View Gallery
Thursday, March 31st, 2011
The work of Michelle Peterson-Albandoz, Artist and Owner of Las Manos Gallery in Andersonville, will be shown at Long View Gallery in Washington D.C. this April!
Many of you have followed Michelle's artistic career over the past seventeen years, spanning from painting, mixed-media work to her reclaimed wood from Chicago porches and fences. Each panel piece features hundreds of cuts of wood in a large spectrum of colors. Now her newest body of work will be the featured artwork at the esteemed Long View Gallery in Washington D.C. Twenty-four large scale works are currently making their way to the East Coast. If you are in the D.C. area through the month of April, please take the opportunity to stop by and view this wonderful collection of work.
Show runs March 31st - May 1st, 2011
For more information:
long view gallery
1234 ninth st nw
Sunday, March 6, 2011
New Works on Paper 2011
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Works on Paper Exhibition
Opening Reception On Friday March 4th from 7-10pm
Las Manos Gallery presents an exhibition of eleven artists exploring drawing, painting, printmaking and installation works on paper.
John Mosher uses drawings and collage elements to transcribe visual texts messages sent to him by friends. The end result is a humorous and often quirky narrative.
Lindsey Clark- Ryan’s pieces work on a similar quirky visual plane. Clark-Ryan uses her memories of growing up in close proximity to the in Florida. She creates outer space tales filled with an absurdist sensibility.
taps into his architectural training and plays expertly with perspective. The results yield beautiful drawings of grids and cage-like structures. These works are both elegant and sophisticated.
These are just a few of the many artists featured in the exhibition. Here is a list of the artists participating in “Works on Paper” this month at Las Manos Gallery. John Mosher, Matthew Best, Ginny Sykes, Lindsey Clark-Ryan, Ben Rosenburg, Michael McGuire, , Mark Pease, Christine Wuenschel, and Blinn Jacobs.
This group show runs .