“Half-and-Half”

I’m so excited to be a part of this exhibit, “Half-and-Half” at Cade Gallery, Anne Arundel Community College curated by Stephanie Fedor! Hope you have a chance to see it!

On View November 11-December 11, 2013

Juror’s Talk: Thursday, November 14th at noon in the Gallery

Public Reception: Thursday, November 14th, 6-8pm

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Half-and-Half All-Media National Juried Art Show
“Half-and-Half” features artists who combine two or more disciplines within their work. These artists fuse traditional art media such as photography and painting or printmaking and sculpture, or combine traditional visual art mediums with science, technology and design.

Featured Artists:
Brian Cavanaugh
Michelle Dickson
Carrie Fucile
Khanh H. Le and Thanh T. La
Megan Maher
Veronica Szalus

Juror:
Stefanie Fedor is the Executive Director of the Arlington Arts Center, one of the largest contemporary art centers in the DC metropolitan region. Before joining AAC, she served as the Assistant Director of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center where she presented over 80 exhibitions of contemporary art featuring the work of both emerging and internationally renowned artists. She has additionally managed and directed exhibitions programs at the Maryland Institute College of Art and New York University.

Image Credits:
Left – Veronica Szalus, Newsprint in Transition (detail), newspaper, joint compound, steel rod, dimensions variable, 2013. Photo courtesy the artist.
Right – Meghan Maher, Whipped (detail), silkscreen, acrylic, and watercolor on acetate with tissue paper, 12″ x 9″, 2013. Photo courtesy the artist.

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