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, DCSingles 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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!