Tuesday, January 28, 2014

"Art Enables Studio and Gallery" Washington, DC. I wish more cities had safe places like this for people to create in.

Two shows of outsider, self-taught and contemporary folk artists – one exploring what’s happening right here in the Nation’s Capitol and the other offering just a sampling of what the rest of the country is up to.
In The Art Enables Studio & Gallery 

                                                         Outsider Art Inside the Beltway 2011
Showcasing work by independent self-taught artists and artists working in specialized studios around the region
Participants this year include artists from Studio In-Sight, Studio Downstairs, Miriam's Kitchen, Arundel Lodge, United Cerebral Palsy, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Art for the People and independent artists Gregory Campbell, Alvin Thomas, Balinda Cunningham, Lawrence Harrison, Billy Workman, Bevan Pienaar, and Victoria Gardner.
Tiger - Ashley Hernandez (Miriam's Kitchen)                                 Hustler Pool - Gregory Campbell

In the Off-Rhode Studio (via the stairs inside or the ground-level entrance at the back of the studio)
                                                           A sampling from outside the Beltway
Exhibited together for the first time, twenty-six studios from New York to Hawaii offer a sample of their artists’ work. A leisurely stroll around the Off- Rhode Studio gives visitors an insightful census of outsider and visionary art across the country. More details.

 Mom and Dad Standing on Top of the 87 Apollo Street- Camille Holvoet (Creativity Explored)

Art Enables
2204 Rhode Island Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20018
Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm

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