Tuesday, May 08, 2012

New Projects's spell the ABC's of Art Fun!  

  • Artomatic has The HumoRx Project research launch on May 18th
  • Bourgeon Book is featuring my article on the left handed series
  • Cuisine des Artistes on May 10th, DCAC's Bi-Annual Fundraiser is allowing me to collaborate with a celebrity chef!

A is for
Artomatic Logo

where I'll launching the
Research & Development
stages of 

The HumoRx Project logo
Starting May 18th at Artomatic 
Look for it in the 1st Floor Cafe!
This work in progress that explores the relationship between healing and humor and will result in an experiential installation in the near future.  I will post a few jokes here as they start to come in from Artomatic.
Your participation through joke telling is highly suggested and greatly appreciated as the project develops.    
Steps for contribution:
Step 1  pick a joke that makes YOU laugh
Step 2  tell yourself the joke
Step 3  call 571-30LAUGH (571-305-2844)
           or email the joke to HumoRxProject@gmail.com
Step 4  tell the joke to me
B is for BOOK
The editor's of Bourgeon Online Magazine are creating an anthology of DC artists and I have been chosen as one of the 14 visual artists included in the book.  The Bourgeon Book will be an anthology of contemporary art, as well as a snapshot into the process and artwork of artists in DC from 2005-2011. The book is being produced by Day Eight to further the mission of the magazine, including encouraging participation in the arts. For more information on the book please click here.  You can read my original artical for the Bourgeon Online Magazine here.  
Left Handed #11  7" x 5" watercolor on paper  copyright 2011
Left Handed #11  Watercolor 7" x 5" ©2011 Jenny Walton
C is for Cuisine des Artistes
There are few events that two of my favorite things in the world get to combine.  Art and Food. This is one of them.  I'm getting the amazing opportunity through DCAC's Biennial fundraiser to work with one of DC's finest chefs, Rahman "Rock" Harper, Executive Chef of DC Central Kitchen (another very worthy cause) and Season 3 winner of Hell's Kitchen.  We are creating a collaboration titled Bread and Water, a contemporary twist on an old classic of tomato soup and grilled cheese.

Don’t miss their unique fundraising event featuring performing artists, design by visual artists, and food created by culinary masters in an evening of surprise and delight.
For details click here or call 202-462-7833.
Thursday May 10, 2012 at Meridian House

Thursday, March 01, 2012

Singles Faire
New Small Works by Jenny Walton

a DC Swan Day exhibition

On View March 16 - March 31, 2012

Reception: Friday, March 30, 2012
7-9pm, with indie rock Not My Sister at 8pm
Free and Open to the Public
at Baked and Wired
1052 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC

Singles Faire #8 - mixed media on metro card copyright 2011

Singles Faire is a new series of work that reconstructs narratives from visual instructions of physical therapy into scenes of enticement towards the opposite sex.  The inherent ambiguity of non-verbal communication leaves these small works open to multiple interpretations, from humor to repulsion.    The paintings are created on New York and Washington, DC, metro cards, paper and wood panels using a variety of techniques including media transfer, watercolor, and drawing. 

Singles Faire is part of the 5th Annual DC SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day celebration of women artists. Not My Sister is comprised of a family of South Asian women from the Washington DC metro area. Their sound has been described as the Shangri-Las meet Indie pop, and as "intelligent and genetically in sync."

For more information about the exhibition, please contact Jenny at jenny.walton@gmail.com

DC SWAN Day 2012 is made possible by a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  For more information about SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day events happening around the world, please visit www.SwanDay.org. For information on DC SWAN Day event in Georgetown please visit DC SWAN Day.

Baked and Wired hours are: [m] 7 am - 7 pm * [t-th] 7 am - 8 pm * [f] 7 am - 9 pm * [sat] 8 am - 9 pm * [sun] 9 am - 7 pm

All the best and hope to see you soon!

Monday, October 03, 2011

"New Beginnings" at GMU Founders Hall Gallery This Thursday!

Founders Hall Gallery

"New Beginnings"

Opening reception: Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 5:30PM-7:30PM
Exhibition runs from October 6 – December 17.
Address: 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22201
Web: http://artsmanagement.gmu.edu/founders-hall-gallery/
You are invited to join George Mason University and the Arlington County community to celebrate the grand opening of Founders Hall Gallery. The inaugural exhibit is curated by artist/independent curator Lisa McCarty and will feature new, specially-created works on the theme "New Beginnings" by Arlington and DC artists:
Deborah Carroll Anzinger
M. Gert Barkovic
Reuben Breslar
Treva Elwood
Jenny Walton
Works with silkscreen images, works on paper, prints, paintings and sculpture/installation.
The reception for the inaugural exhibit is made possible by University Life of the Arlington Campus and Succession.
"New Beginnings is an exhibition featuring D.C. and Virginia based artists who have embarked on projects that break new ground within their own particular working methods or attempts to alter their trajectory as artists. Deborah Carroll Anzinger, Reuben Breslar, Treva Elwood, M. Gert Barkovic  and Jenny Walton will all exhibit new work that they hope will lead them to a new beginnings within their practices. Some shifts are conceptual, others material, but each work is a conscious attempt to change course, either out of necessity or shear curiosity." –Lisa McCarty
The Gallery in Founders Hall is intended to engage the arts, the artists and the diverse audience of professional students, graduate level faculty and professional society in an exchange of ideas and practice.

Map and Directions
Click here.

Metro and Bus
Founders Hall is easily accessible via the VA Square-GMU stop.
Click here for walking map VA Square metro stop to Founders Hall.
Use Trip Planner for door-to-door Bus/Metro itineraries.
Visitor parking is available at the Founders Hall garage (currently only Visa or Mastercard credit card payments are accepted).
To access the Founders Hall garage, use the alley behind Founders Hall, turning off either Kirkwood Drive (between Hazel Hall and Truland Building) or Washington Boulevard at the traffic signal between Giant and GMU Foundation Building (come down the hill and go past the GMUF garage and the Original Building loading dock).
Off-campus Parking
Metered parking is available on the surrounding streets. There is also a parking lot down the street (on Herndon St), which is quite reasonable at $5 and open until 11PM and just a few minutes walk to Truland and Founders Hall.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Help create my next work & new exhibtions

Back to the studio!

As some of you may know I’ve been taking some time off from the studio lately to get a brand spanking new knee.  The great news is, it works!!!!  I’m truly enjoying feeling nearly normal again and walking like I haven’t been able to in years.  My favorite part, passing people on the sidewalk; because I have places to go!  One of the places is certainly back into the studio and using all that thinking time effectively.

Right now one of the things I’m working on is The Humor Project, a new community based work that explores the relationship between healing and humor.  I need your help and input!!  I’ll be working in new media and utilizing collected jokes.  This is where you come in: 

I need YOU to call
and leave me your favorite joke in 3 minutes or less.  

These collected soundbites will then be utilized in a future installation.  

Also, I'm getting ready for a few shows that are coming up.  Here are a few places to see some of my work:

(e)merge art fair 
WPA  at (e)merge in Room 211
Thursday, September 22: 7-11pm Opening Night Preview + Concert (with ticket)
Friday, September 23: 12-7pm
Saturday, September 24: 12-7pm
Sunday, September 25: 12-5pm
WPA will participate in the (e)merge art fair at the Capitol Skyline Hotel. Please join us in Room 211 to see installations by Kyan Bishop, Mei Mei Chang, and the WPA Member Flat File featuring works on paper by over 100 member artists!  MORE>> 

Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 “I” Street, SW
Washington D.C., DC 20024
(Cross Street is S Capitol Street SE)
for more info regarding admission to the fair and all the exhibitors, please click here

Lefthanded #7 - 7" x 5" watercolor 2010
See the Lefties at
George Mason University Founders Hall
Opening-October 6th, 2011 5:30-7pm
October 6 - December 17th, 2011
Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA 22201
Nearest metro: Virginia Square-GMU

Left Handed #7  watercolor  7"x 5" 2010

All the best and hope to see you soon!


Tuesday, March 29, 2011

ARTifice: Fear and Loathing in DC: 1st Year Exhibition April 2nd at Katzen 6-9

TWO awesome things:
ARTifice is back up and running and even better, the 1st years at AU are having their exhibition! These emerging artists blew me away in the fall and I can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves for the exhibition. Info can be found on link below.

ARTifice: Fear and Loathing in DC: 1st Year Exhibition April 2nd at Katzen 6-9

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

See New Work from Here to New York!

It's been awhile since I sent an update out. There has been a lot going on in the studio though! I wanted to take a few minutes to let you know what's up.

 I've been working on a new series of work that is exciting and scary at they same time. I recently participated in a critique session for The Studio Visit sharing some of the developing work. Fortunately, it had a great reception which eases my nerves about it a little bit. This is one of the prepatory sketches for the new work. There are big things in the future! Most definitely some oil paint.

As a little sideline to the new project I was playing around with some of my physical therapy direction sheets and created a new series of work titled "Single Fair" specifically for
at Sloan Fine Art in New York.
Exhibition: March 18 to 26, 2011
(there are only a few more days to see this amazing show!)

Single Fare 2 utilized New York Metro cards. The show organizers put up thousands of precious little gems of art on these throwaway cards, some by very well known artists. The press has had a frenzy over the show, including this video shot for Reuters by the organizers. It was a great challenge and fun to participate.
You can see all 12 of the pieces on my artist page.

I've also been working like mad in a little sketchbook as part of Transformer Gallery's upcoming Sketch Show. I've been filling the pages with thoughts, visual ideas, and doodles exploring the next steps in my work. Many of them explore the ideas of ability, incorporate the healing sequences of physical therapy that I've been going through over the last year and half, and challenge the usage my left and right hand further. 

April 2 – May 7, 2011

OPENING DAY: April 2; 1-7pm
DRAW-INS: April 23 & 30; 2-6pm
ARTIST TALKS: April 2; 2-3pm and April 7 & 28; 5-6pm
I will be talking about my sketchbook and work development on April 2nd at Transformer @ 2pm.

1404 P Street NW • Washington DC, 20005

Sketch Artists:
Erin Boland, Yelena Bryksenkova, Mei Mei Chang, Bradley Chriss, Oreen Cohen, John Deamond, Stephen Gibson, Elizabeth Graeber, Felipe Goncalves, Khanh Le, Emilia Olsen, Chul Beom Park, Adrian Parson, Ben Tolman, Jenny Walton, Stephanie Williams.

Transformer is proud to present Sketch, an exhibition investigating how artists develop their work. Sketch features sketchbooks created by 16 DC based artists working in a
variety of different mediums. As part of Sketch, Transformer will host a series of artist talks, and "draw-ins" led by artist Reuben Breslar. Sketch audiences are also invited to
create their own sketches directly on Transformer's walls to be displayed side by side with the innovative sketchbooks of DC's emerging artists.

In the meantime, please check out some of the more recent portfolio currently uploaded on my artist page.

All the best and hope to see you soon!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

Alexandra and I were featured on Art Beat on NPR today!!

Monday, December 06, 2010

Happy Holidays!
The end of the year is in full swing for sure. I would love to invite you to my next show opening this Saturday!! I'll be showing with a great artist, Alexandra Zealand.
In the Present: works by Jenny Walton and Alexandra Zealand
You are invited to
In the Present: works by Jenny Walton and Alexandra Zealand.
The opening reception will be held
December 11th from 7-9pm
at 5710 Baltimore Avenue in Hyattsville, MD 20781.
The exhibition will run through January 9th.
artdc Gallery hours are by appointment.
For more information, please contact Jesse Cohen, Gallery Director at fineartventures@gmail.com or call 703-217-2006.

In the Present integrates the work of Jenny Walton and Alexandra Zealand who both grapple with thoughts of human life and its evolving relationships to the world. Though quite different in their materials, each artist’s work relates to the natural world in its present state, through abstracted anatomy caught in the act of degeneration or through repetitive looping reminiscent of cellular structures

suddenspace was a great success! Thanks to all those that attended.
The In Between - Jenny Walton - Monotype 2009 33" x 60"
The-In-Between, 2009 Monotype 33" x 60"

The show looked great and Liz Tunick from the National Gallery of Art wrote about my work! She was incredibly kind in her review. A tidbit is below.
    "Jenny Walton’s magnificent monotypes, untitled (60″ x 36″), Fluidity (60″x 33″) and The In Between (60″ x 36″). They caught my eye for more than their size, though a height of five feet – only 2” shorter than the artist, I learned – certainly helped announce them as the tours de force I found them to be."
    You can see the full text here,
    I'm back in the studio working on a new series that I'm really excited about. I hope to share more soon. I wish you all the best during the holidays and new year and hope to see you soon!

    Monday, November 01, 2010

    Exciting new Exhibitions!


    It's been hopping in the studio lately. The Open Studio went well and many thanks to those that came. I'm getting ready for several shows, one of which opens this week.

    I'm super EXCITED about suddenspace. A Pop-Up gallery in 5,000 square feet of raw space featuring 19 of the best emerging artists around. The works in the show are truly incredible and I'm honored to be a part of the show. For the first time ever, I got to see my largest monotypes (5 feet tall and seen below) side by side on display. It was a wonderful feeling of accomplishment. suddenspace has an accompanying website and will have several events for you to attend.

    However, I would really love to see you at the

    OPENING this Saturday,
    November 6, from 7pm-12am

    It promises to be an opening to remember.

    installation shot at suddenspace
    left to right: untitled, 60" x 36"; Fluidity 60"x33"; The In Between 60"x36", all monotypes ©2009 Jenny Walton

    This amazing space is located at:
    2301 Columbia Pike in Arlington, VA.
    You can easily get there by metro to bus via Pentagon City Metro or car accessible

    The show will runs November 3rd -27th, 2010.
    space hours are Saturday and Sunday 10-7 or by appointment.

    Descent  2009 20" x 13" I dropped off Descent a new ink on yupo piece for the Transformer Gallery Art Auction today and am excited to participate with so many other great artists! Transformer is a wonderful non-profit that provides a supportive framework for emerging artists here in DC.

    The Auction will be held on:
    November 13, 2010
    7 – 10pm

    The Mexican Cultural Institute
    2829 16th Street NW

    for more info call 202.483.1102 or e-mail Transformer

    There is still some time to see the
    Prince George's Community College Faculty Show at
    Marlboro Gallery

    Left Handed #6 Watercolor 5" x 7" ©2010 Jenny Walton

    The Show Runs October 6 - November 11

    gallery hours are Mon-Fri
    301 Largo Road, Marlboro Hall
    Largo, MD 20477
    Click here for directions

    The Bourgeon Online Magazine article is still up for those who haven't read it yet. It's where I tell several little secrets about my work in the "In Their Own Words" column. It can be viewed here.

    All the best and hope to see you soon!


    Wednesday, October 06, 2010

    Invitation, Upcoming Exhibitions, & News

    It's been a busy couple months with lots of changes! The fall season is in full swing with lots of things coming up to keep me busy. I've been priviledged to start teaching as well. I currently have 5(!) classes and am enjoying every single one of them. Between all my classes my students range in ages from 10 to senior citizens with lots of newly minted adults in the middle. It's a huge change in my day jobs, but something I have whole-heartedly embraced and love.

    First things first though, it's time to let everyone in to my studio to see all the work I've been working on. I've been included in several shows and also was convinced to write about my work on something other than an artist statement. You'll find all the information below. As always, I would love to hear how you are doing as well.

    You are cordially invited to my
    October 17th, 2010
    2pm to 5pm
    626 Quebec Place NW (in the rear)
    Washington DC 20010
    This is also 3 blocks from the Georgia Avenue/Petworth metro station on the Green Line.
    A map to the studio is

    Left Handed #3

    Left Handed #3 Watercolor 5" x 7" ©2010 Jenny Walton

    several of my Left-handed paintings will be included in
    Prince George's Community College Faculty Show at
    Marlboro Gallery
    The Show Runs October 6 - November 11
    Reception - October 21, 6-8pm
    gallery hours are Mon-Fri
    301 Largo Road, Marlboro Hall
    Largo, MD 20477
    Click here for directions

    I have been nominated and selected to participate in theTransformer Gallery Art Auction this year and will be including new work in the auction. Transformer is a wonderful non-profit that provides a supportive framework for emerging artists here in DC.
    The Auction will be held on:
    November 13, 2010
    7 – 10pm
    The Mexican Cultural Institute
    2829 16th Street NW
    You can click here for more info and tickets to the event.

    The editor's of Bourgeon Online Magazine have been asking me for some time to write about my work and my process for the "In Their Own Words" column. I finally capitulated, sat down, and wrote. It was hard discussing it all in one place. You can read the results here.

    Left Handed #5  watercolor on paper 5" x 7"  copyright 2010 Jenny Walton
    Left Handed #5 watercolor on paper 5" x 7" ©2010 Jenny Walton

    All the best and hope to see you soon!

    Thursday, September 30, 2010

    Process Revealed

    left handed #5 Watercolor 5"x 7"

    I have been asked for quite some time from the editors over at Bourgeon Magazine to write about my work "in my own words." They finally convinced me to do so. You can find the article here.

    I can't say it was easy writing about my work in a way that is meant to be anything other than an artist statement. However, I'm glad I did. It gave me a little bit of insight on my own life and work process over the last year and gave me some clarity in the events that have been taking place.

    Wednesday, August 11, 2010

    Exhibitions & News

    Hi! It's been some time. I just wanted to let you know that I'm in two exhibitions currently. If you are in the DC Area, please stop by and check the work out. I've been working in the studio on some new work and also challenging myself by training my left hand while recovering from a right arm injury. It's been great and offers a new way of working and thinking. Some of the left handed paintings are in the DCAC show (below). You can also see them on my Facebook Artist Page (link on bottom). I wish you all happiness and health! Jenny

    1460 WALLMOUNTABLES 2010!
    DCAC's Annual Open Exhibit!
    July 23 - August 29
    August 13 - 25, 2010


    Thursday, August 05, 2010

    Rule the Pool: Washington Project for the Arts' SynchroSwim 2010

    What do swimming and art have to do with each other? Well, come on Sunday and find out how they can combine in fun and unexpected ways!

    Rule the Pool: Washington Project for the Arts' SynchroSwim 2010 | Fit | Express Night Out

    Tuesday, July 27, 2010

    Wall Mountables!

    See some of my left handed new works at

    1460 WALLMOUNTABLES 2010!

    DCAC's Annual Open Exhibit!

    July 23 - August 29

    Wednesday, April 07, 2010

    William Kentridge

    William Kentridge:
    MOMA has an exhibition up of William Kentridge right now. It has a really cool interactive web presence. For someone surfing in bed that can't make it to the exhibition they only make me drool more. You can watch videos, interviews, explore the themes, and get a very good sense of his work. However, if you can make it in person, don't delay.

    I really love his work for its innovation and process. Please check out the link above and find out for yourself!

    Tuesday, April 06, 2010


    Just 32 days ago I had major surgery. I've been recovering at home after 5 days in the hospital. Recovering is a full time job. Managing all the people that are supposed to be helping you and making sure that you get your needs met is hard.

    I have tried to do some drawing while I'm laying around recovering. I have to say that it's tough. Frida my hat is off to you. It's very tough, though I'll admit to zoning in front of the tv and Netflix, with some guilt. I'm still on the mend and I'm still trying.

    Friday, January 15, 2010

    Happy New Year! and upcoming show

    Happy New Year!

    I hope the new year is treating you well. I'm looking at getting back into the studio and concentrating on new work. In the meantime, I'd like to invite you to my next show, which based on the flash presentation on UMUC's site (View show information), the curators did an excellent job selecting some AMAZING artists. I feel privileged to hang among them.

    I hope to see you at the opening, or if you can't make it, the gallery has extended hours (see below).

    UMUCMind, Body and Spirit

    A culturally diverse exhibition of works on paper to celebrate, examine, and exemplify the role and impact that regional women artists have had on the arts

    Exhibit Co-Curators: Harriet McNamee and Robert Donovan

    Opening/Meet-the-Artists Reception

    Sunday, January 31, 2010
    3 p.m.–5 p.m.

    Exhibit Dates

    January 18–March 14, 2010

    Gallery Hours

    9 a.m.–9 p.m. daily


    Arts Program Gallery
    UMUC Inn and Conference Center, Lower Level
    3501 University Blvd East
    Adelphi, MD 20783

    Click Here to RSVP

    All the best,


    Tuesday, December 01, 2009

    Ink-N-Print 09 Small Works Show On View Now!


    I'll be in the following show with some amazing artists. Please stop by and join us for the celebration.


    JHHAG at SFC Logo
    1632 U Street, NW - Washington, DC 20009
    p: 202.483.8600

    Tacking Left Dec 09
    Erwin Thamm's Tacking Left, 2009 (Silkscreen)

    Ink-N-Print 09 Small Works Show
    Curated by Helen Frederick
    December 2 - 24

    Opening Reception: Friday, December 4, 6:00PM-8:00PM

    Internationally recognized print artist and founder of Pyramid Atlantic, Helen Frederick, has hand-selected more than thirty of the area's most accomplished print artists to present their unique works at affordable prices- just in time for the holiday season!

    Prints are available both framed and unframed. In addition, various other printed cards will be available for sale.

    s stunning collection will feature artworks by Caroline Battle, Graham Boyle, Meaghan Busch, Kannan Cangro, Rosemary Covey, Georgia Deal, Donald Depuydt, Helen Frederick, Jenny Freestone, Tai Hwa Goh, Amelia Hankin, Marty Ittner, Fleming Jeffries, Rebecca Katz, Ann Klopfenstein, Bridget Sue Lambert, Elaine Langerman, Moira McCauley, Lindsay McCulloch, Jake Muirhead, Johanna Mueller, Martha Oatway, Beverly Ress, Patrick Sargent, Gretchen Schermerhorn, Elzbieta Sikorska, Lynn Sures, Terry Svat, Erwin Thamm and Jenny Walton.

    Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Friday 11:00AM-5:00PM, Saturday 11:00AM-3:00PM and by appointment

    Declaration - Cyanotypye -7.5" x 11.5" -
    copyright 2009 - Jenny Walton

    Tension - Linoblock - 4" x 6"
    2007 - Jenny Walton


    About the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Farm Center:

    The Gallery is a mission of Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts, a Washington, DC nonprofit organization grounded in the profound belief that each person has tremendous innate abilities to heal in the face of life's challenges, Smith Farm's mission is to develop and promote proven healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental resources that lead to life-affirming changes. Programs and exhibitions in the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery celebrate and stimulate the dynamic creative resources that contribute to health and wellness in each of us.

    Thursday, November 05, 2009

    Artist Talks & Auction this weekend!

    As we go into the end of the year and count all the stuff we're supposed to, I just wanted to say....thankfully this has been a very busy year in the studio. Below are 3 opportunities to check out the some of the results of all the hard work.

    Sparkplug, the artist collective I belong to has a show up right now at DC Arts Center; our incredibly awesome sponsoring non-profit gallery and theatre, who I am eternally thankful to for such a great idea of sponsoring a collective in the first place! We will be discussing our new work and how working with a group of artists and curators influences our studio practices this coming Sunday.

    District of Columbia Arts Center
    Sparkplug presents: Findings
    October 16th - November 15, 2009
    Artist's Talk
    Sunday, November 8 @ 3pm

    2438 18th Street NW
    Washington, DC 20009
    Point of Contention 42" x 30" Monotype ©2009

    My work has also been included in the Transformer Art Gallery benefit auction this year. Transformer is a really great non-profit gallery here in DC that fosters the careers of emerging artists and curators. Tickets are going fast!

    Breakoff I 5" x 7" Monoprint ©2007
    6th Annual
    Silent Auction & Benefit Party
    Transformer Gallery

    November 7, 2009
    7:00 – 10:00 pm
    @The Mexican Cultural Institute
    2829 16th Street NW Washington, DC
    Contact info@transformergallery.org or 202.483.1102.

    Tickets are close to selling out, so please contact Transformer staff ASAP to secure your participation in what has become one of the biggest Washington, DC art events of the year! Tickets will not be sold at the door. For a downloadable pdf of the artworks to be included in this year's Auction click here.

    Check out the December Ink-n-Print show at the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery. There is a great laundry list of local artists participating with small affordable works on paper. This show will definitely be worth checking out.

    The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery
    Helen Frederick's Ink‐N‐Print 09: Small Works Show
    December 2nd-24th, 2009
    Artist's reception: Friday, December 4, 6‐8pm

    1632 U Street, NW
    Washington DC 20009

    untitled 6" x 9" linoblock ©2009

    I hope as we get ready to close 2009 you are able to count all the good things that happened and end the year with a smile, as I am.


    Wednesday, November 04, 2009

    Museums on Us®


    This weekend is another Museums on Us weekend from Bank of America! link provided above.