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!