Tag: Touchstone Gallery

Colorful Worlds and Colorful Faces at the Touchstone Gallery

Colorful Worlds and Colorful Faces at the Touchstone Gallery

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10/19/2017

The Touchstone Gallery in downtown DC has two new exhibits for art lovers to immerse themselves in. The exhibits: “beg borrow + steal: works on cardboard by Dana Brotman” and “COLORFEST” will be on display until October 29. “COLORFEST” fills most of the gallery and displays curated micro-shows by 50 Touchstone Gallery artist members. It…

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

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09/19/2017

At Touchstone Gallery in downtown D.C., three separate collections will be running until Oct. 1. The collections, “About Face: Reversals and Undoings,” “Physiognomy,” and “Ordered Complexities,” are all intricate explorations of the world around us, though they have little in common at the surface. For first timers at the Touchstone Gallery, the “About Face: Reversals…

Steve Alderton Captures the Blurred Emotions of Memory

Steve Alderton Captures the Blurred Emotions of Memory

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03/03/2017

Memoryscapes – Blurry Lines III is the third and final installment of a series of increasingly abstracted landscapes—but at first glance, these paintings don’t look like landscapes at all. Rather than displaying the appearance of a classically rendered landscape, each work captures precisely how artist Steve Alderton felt at a particular place and time. Memories…

Natural Simplicity: <i>Metallics</i> at the Touchstone Gallery

Natural Simplicity: Metallics at the Touchstone Gallery

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02/24/2017

At first glance, Mary D. Ott’s metallic paintings seem to be characterized by their lack of complexity; her aptly titled piece “Gold on Black” refers to a dark canvas interrupted by thin, golden strokes, while “Copper” is a copper backdrop interspersed with flashes of silver. However, upon further inspection, Ott’s allusion to natural elements becomes…

Subtle Perplexity: <i>Pespective</i> at the Touchstone Gallery

Subtle Perplexity: Pespective at the Touchstone Gallery

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10/24/2016

On October 7th, 2016, David Alfuth premiered his latest exhibit, Perspective, available at the Touchstone Gallery through the month of October. It features a combination of framed, three-dimensional, architecture-inspired works as well as elaborate pieces such as cabinet miniatures encompassed by an assortment of images that will enchant audiences with complicated detail and structure. Each…

Colors, Contrasts, and Complements at The Touchstone Gallery

Colors, Contrasts, and Complements at The Touchstone Gallery

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02/10/2016

Striking, captivating, and distinctive. These are the words that come to mind when viewing the latest exhibit at the Touchstone Gallery by two visiting guest artists, appropriately titled “Artwork by John Blee and Dee Levinson.” Each artists’ style is distinct from the other, providing the viewer with an amalgamation of the introspective, abstract paintings by…

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