Aquatint, Contemporary, Early 20th Century, Gallery Updates, Prints

Washington Post Review of “Tonal Array”

Marking Time. Linda Adato. Color etching and aquatint, 2000.  Ed 50. Image size 19 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches. LINK.

Marking Time. Linda Adato. Color etching and aquatint, 2000. Ed 50. Image size 19 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches. LINK.

Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our current aquatint exhibit, Tonal Array, in his most recent column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before April 11th to see the show in person.

Washington Post  3/27/15 review of Tonal Array

(Quick note: Our exhibit is the fourth show reviewed, so it does take some scrolling to get to the write up on Tonal Array).

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Contemporary, Gallery Updates, Lithograph, Prints

Washington Post Review of “Winter Contemporary Show”

(L) Persistent Optimism 4b. By Heather McMordie. Stone lithograph with woodcut and mixed media, 2014. Ed. 2/3. Paper size 11 x 10".  (C) Persistent Optimism 2b. By Heather McMordie. Stone lithograph with woodcut and mixed media, 2014. Ed 2/3. Paper size 11 x 10".  (R) Persistent Optimism 4a.  By Heather Mcmordie. Stone lithograph with woodcut and mixed media, 2014. Ed 1/3. Paper size 11 x 10".  LINK.

Persistent Optimism series By Heather McMordie. Stone lithograph with woodcut and mixed media, 2014. Ed. of 3. Paper size 11 x 10″.
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Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our Winter Contemporary Show  in his most recent column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before February 14 to see the show in person.

Washington Post 1/09/15 review of Winter Contemporary Show

( Quick note: Our exhibit  is the last show reviewed, so it does take some scrolling to get to the write up on the Winter Contemporary Show).

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Abstract, Citiscapes, Color Woodcut, Early 20th Century, Engraving, Figurative, Gallery Updates, Landscapes, Prints, White-line Woodcut, Wood, woodblock print, Woodcut

Washington Post Review of “Ink & Grain”

Head of a Traveler. By Adja Yunkers. Color woodcut,  1952.  Image size 13 1/2 x 9 1/2". LINK.

Head of a Traveler. By Adja Yunkers. Color woodcut, 1952. Image size 13 1/2 x 9 1/2″. LINK.

Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our woodcut and wood engraving show, Ink & Grain,  in his most recent column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before November 15th to see the show in person.

Mark Jenkin’s Ink & Grain review in The Washington Post, 10/31/14.

(Quick note: Our exhibit  is the last show reviewed, so it does take some scrolling to get to the write up on Ink & Grain).

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Washington Post Review of “Form, Light, Line”

Light/Steel/Air. William J. Behnken. Lithograph, 1979. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Edition 45. LINK.

Light/Steel/Air. William J. Behnken. Lithograph, 1979. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Edition 45. LINK.

Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our Form Light Line: Architecture in Print exhibit in his most recent column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before September 13 to see the show in person.

Washington Post August 30, 2014 Review of Form, Light, Line; Architecture in Print. 

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Abstract, Contemporary, Gallery Updates, Monotype, Prints

Washington Post Review of “Kaleidoscope”

Philip Bennet’s “Organic,” from his solo show at the Old Print Gallery in Georgetown.

Philip Bennet’s “Organic,” from his solo show at the Old Print Gallery in Georgetown.

Mark Jenkins, arts writer for The Washington Post, featured our Philip Bennet solo show, Kaleidoscope , in his most recent arts column. Follow the link below to read his article, and make sure to stop by the gallery before June 14th to see these “complex yet unified pieces” in person.

Washington Post 6/6/2014 review of “Kaleidoscope”

( Quick note: Our exhibit  is the last show reviewed, so it does take some scrolling to get to the write-up on Kaleidoscope).

The article also featured an image of Bennet’s 2008 watercolor monotype Organic. The print is still available for sale. Feel free to contact us at the gallery for more information or to purchase the print.

To see the show online, follow this link: OPG Website- Kaleidoscope. 

To read our previous 2011 interview with Philip Bennet, follow this link: printmaker Q&A: Philip Bennet.

 

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