The theme for the contest was “It’s all here on the Hill!” The winning designs, submitted by Capitol Hill Art League artists, captured the beauty of Capitol Hill. Winning designs were from: Kay Fuller, former CHAL chairperson and watercolorist, Tara Hamilton, long time Steering Committee volunteer and watercolorist, Linda Norton, watercolorist artist and long time CHAL member, and Rindy O’Brien, photojournalist and former Chairperson partnered with Elizabeth Eby, mixed media artist and member of CHAL.
We are a volunteer-managed art program of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. We welcome artists of all ages, mediums, and levels! You may sign up and pay for annual membership online on this Website. Look for the blue BECOME a MEMBER icon and hit it. It will take you to our new online form to fill out. You will receive a confirmation email showing that you paid and the date. To date, we have over 60 members of mixed ages who produce art in all forms-beginners and professionals alike!
Membership for this season runs Sept. 1, 2019- Aug. 31, 2020
Volunteer Level $50 (agree to volunteer hours at 2 events)
CHAL invites everyone to attend Sip and Shop on Capitol Hill December 9th, sponsored by Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce and partnered with Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Join in the festive actives for a traveling wine tasting among your favorite Capitol Hill retailers!
The following CHAL artists will present art/art related, giftable items for this annual holiday event which invites the public to stroll the participating businesses and organizations, hours 5:30-8:30pm. Kay Elsasser, Linda Norton, Karen Cohen, Karen Zens, Carolyn Rondthaler, JoAnn Laboy, Nico Gozal, Tara Hamilton, Roberta Abel, and Nancy Arbuthnot.
CHAL holiday table/artists will be downstairs in the East City Book Store-waiting to say Happy Holidays to you and yours!
Address: 645 Pennsylvania Ave SE #100, Washington, DC 20003
November 11 – December 11, Velocity Condos at the Capitol Riverfront will feature watercolor exhibit, called LET IT SNOW by CHAL member, Carolyn Rondthaler, in Velocity conference room. After Dec. 11, the conference room will be undergoing renovations and no artwork will be on exhibit from CHAL till further notice.