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Exhibitions 2005




METRO CLAY
An Invitational Exhibition
Kenneth R. Trapp, curator

February 20 - March 25, 2005
Opening Recption: Sunday, Feb 20, 3-5pm, with artists' talk 1-2:30pm
Rockville Arts Place (NEW LOCATION!)
9300 Gaithersburg Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
301.869.8623
www.rockvilleartsplace.org

This exhibition features the work of Metro area ceramic artists Rob Barnard, Margaret Boozer, Judy Kogod, Solveig Cox, Rebecca Cross, Robert Devers, Warren Frederick, Winnie Owens-Hart, Jill Hinckley, Kevin Hluch, Joyce Michaud, Gary Schlappal and Catherine White.


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EXISTING TO REMAIN
February 25-April 3, 2005
opening reception: Friday, February 25, 7-9 PM
Gallery Talk/Closing: Sunday, April 3, 3pm

DC Arts Center
2438 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
202.462.7833
www.dcartscenter.org
Wed to Sun 2pm-7pm

Four artists use ceramics and other materials as a point
of departure to study transformation in the artistic process,
what is lost and what remains. Kate Hardy (DC) examines the slippery delineation between Art & Craft (in public collections). Rebecca Murtaugh (NY) considers the permanent and ephemeral elements of clay. Claire Sherwood (WV) looks closely at the transformation of materials like coal and clay over varying conditions and periods of time. Dina Weston Snead (MD) studies the record of time and touch in an installation that uses existing architecture.

Curated by Margaret Boozer and Claire Huschle.

Image details above (top to bottom): Murtaugh, Weston Snead, Hardy and Sherwood. Below: installation view of Existing to Remain.