Blooming, by Wanjin Kim

The Waverly St. Gallery has reopened and this season’s inaugural show is Blooming, by Wanjin Kim. Wanjin is a sculptor that finds inspiration in nature, and also in human relations and emotions. I was particularly drawn to the human figures, and the beauty and tender loneliness that they convey. If you’re in the Bethesda area,…

Paleolithic rock art

This Summer I went back to Portugal and this time I got to see the engravings at Foz Côa. This is by far the oldest human creation I’ve sever seen, and it’s amazing to wonder at something that was done over 12,000 years by early humans. The engravings were discovered in the late 80s during…

Raku Currents: A Wayne Higby Juried Raku Art Exhibition

I am proud to be one of the 12 ceramic artists featured in Raku Currents. This art exhibition is organized by the Steelville Arts Council, in Steelville, MO, and juried by Wayne Higby, whom the American Craft Museum considers a “visionary of the American Crafts Movement.” Wayne Higby’s work is held in the permanent collections…

Flights of Fancy: art inspired by bees & butterflies

The Lee Arts Center in Arlington, VA is hosting the 2nd Annual Flights of Fancy exhibit, showing works inspired by the textures, colors, and impressions from the Center’s Butterfly Garden. The reception will be held on Wednesday, June 17, 6 to 9PM, to coincide with National Pollinator Week, which runs from June 15 to 21.…

VMRC’s 12th Annual Juried Multimedia Art Exhibition

VMRC’s 12th Annual Juried Multimedia Art Exhibition is on until June 30. It features artists from northern Virginia but also from Florida, California, and Oregon. Works on display include oil and watercolor paintings, photography, ceramics, glass, wood, pencil and graphite, and sculpture. This is the second year I participate in this show. Aurora and Private Dancer, the two…