MAIN GALLERY

It’s About That Time: Prints from Lily Press® 

Curated by Susan J. Goldman

February 2 – March 4, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, February 2, 7-9pm
Panel and Meet the Artists: Sunday, February 4, 2-3pm
JAZZ with Charlie Barnett, Pete Ostle, Vince McCool:
Sunday, February 4, 3-5pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 4, 5pm

Carol Barsha, Meaghan Busch, Elizabeth Catlett, Choco, Sheila Crider, Nina Chung Dwyer, Victor Ekpuk, Claudia Gibson-Hunter, Sam Gilliam, Susan J Goldman, Tom Green, Barbara Kerne, Gina Marie Lewis, Carrie Lingscheit, Matthew McLaughlin, Linn Meyers, EJ Montgomery, Jake Muirhead, Miriam Mörsel Nathan, Marti Patchell, Preston Sampson, Sargent/Thamm, Eve Stockton, Renee Stout, Sharon Wolpoff, Patricia Underwood

This exhibition presents a selection of ten years (2007-2017) of Lily Press® publications by artists from the greater Washington DC metropolitan area, across the country, and abroad. Lily Press® is a fine art printmaking atelier located in Rockville, Maryland, and was founded by Susan J. Goldman, artist and master printer. Working with Lily Press, artists explore monotype, relief, intaglio, screen print and digital processes using sustained traditions, while embracing new technologies and innovative processes.

Image: Victor Ekpuk, HIP SISTA, 2017, 30×22”, screen-print, Courtesy of Lily Press®

 

NANO GALLERY

Another Dimension
February 9 – April 22, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, February 9, 7-9pm
Closing Reception: Sunday April 22, 5pm

Curated by: Philip Barlow & Chandi Kelley

Amy Boone-McCreesh, April Camlin, Gene Davis, Mary Early, Carol Brown Goldberg, Bridget Sue Lambert, Antonio McAfee, Maggie Michael, Brandon Morse, W.C. Richardson, Robin Rose, Foon Sham, Renee Stout, Noelle Tan, Dan Treado, Yuriko Yamaguchi

Another Dimension is an invitational exhibition for which the curators have asked artists in the District-Maryland-Virginia area to create “nano” artwork in the style of the work the artist typically makes. The largest dimension of work when ready for display cannot be more than 6 inches.

DCAC’s Nano Gallery is located within the main gallery and is dedicated to presenting miniature and smaller works in an exhibition setting.

Image: Foon Sham, Decagon, 2017 5.5”x5”x6, misc hard wood