MESA-First Place Winner: JoAnn Lamicella LaBoy
What on earth is the CHAL April show all about? Just about any earthly thing. On, above, below or made of earth or relating to earth is the theme. This exhibit features thirteen artists of various media.
Exhibit dates: April 22-May 10, 2017
Where: Capitol Hill Art Workshop, 545 Seventh Street SE, Washington DC
Opening Reception: April 22 , 5-7pm CHAW Juror Marta Staudinger, gallery owner, curator, and lecturer for Art History Smithsonian Journeys, will discuss her selections and present awards.
First Place: JoAnn Lamicella Laboy Second Place: Maria Tati Valle-Riestra
Third Place: Rindy O’Brien HONORABLE MENTION: Kay Fuller, Karen Van Allen
The participating artists are: Kim Bursic; Judith Capen; Marilyn Christiano; Kay Fuller; J. Huttinger; JoAnn Lamicella Laboy; Rindy O’Brien; Ann Pickett; Judy Searles; Ann Thomson; Karen Van Allen; Maria Valle-Riestra; and Karen Zens.
Community Forklift Garden Party and Art Sale April 1 & April 2
Where: 4671 Tanglewood Drive,Edmonston,MD When: April 1, Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday April 2, 11am – 3pm
Exhibit and Sales Opportunity. The Community Forklift (CFL) will feature some CHAL artists at their CFL Garden Party and Art Sale. CHAL artists may enter up to FOUR works with a “Spring-Theme”. Bins will be available to sell shrink-wrapped, matted, original paintings and greeting cards. Please read details and entry info here.
Also, Community Forklift is offering 5 artists for each of their First Friday’s May-Sept the opportunity to sell their work on a first come sign up basis from 6-8pm with set up between 4pm-5pm. No commission taken. If interested contact: Rachel@CommunityForklift.org
Spring or garden attire optional. Use your creative imagination!
Volunteer Opportunities. Every participant will need to volunteer for a shift during receiving, set-up, serving at the sales table, and/or break down. Kathy Clowery will be sending information about volunteering in March.