Jun
11
Thu
Gordon showing urban and figurative art @ gallery plan b
Jun 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

From Wednesday, June 10 through Sunday, June 14, I’ll be showing paintings and drawings, urban and figurative work, in what will be my last time at the gallery, which is closing soon.

opening reception is Thursday, June 11, 6 to 8pm

 

 

Aug
5
Wed
Nature in the Walkable City @ District Architectural Center
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am – Oct 3 @ 2:00 pm

NATURE IN THE WALKABLE CITY
an exhibition by the artists of Studio 155
August 5 to October 3, 2015

Our Theme –

Nature in the Walkable City: How Plants and Wildlife Enrich Urban Life

Summary

Nature in the Walkable City is an exhibit by 15 botantical artists illustrating, capturing through fine art, how nature enriches urban living and is best experienced on foot.

Across the country, a new generation of Americans is flocking to dense, walkable urban neighborhoods, the latest in prime real estate. Moving in as well are older, empty-nester households. It is notably evident in Washington, even in parts of the city once considered less desirable. What’s the appeal? A lively neighborhood, distinctive architecture, abundant nightlife, historic and cultural attractions, along with shortened drive times, all beckon these new urban residents. No less important is nature’s contribution to the built environmenare – the parks, tree-lined streets, gardens, plazas, even wildlife. Add in the new DC priority for green infrastructure, nature as a buffer against intense storms and flooding.

Objectives

To underscore for the metro DC design community and other key constituencies, as well as the general public, the importance of the city’s natural elements as they are central to the community’s health and well-being.

Sep
9
Wed
Nature in the Walkable City @ District Architectural Center
Sep 9 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

NATURE IN THE WALKABLE CITY
an exhibition by the artists of Studio 155
August 5 to October 3, 2015

Our Theme –

Nature in the Walkable City: How Plants and Wildlife Enrich Urban Life

Summary

Nature in the Walkable City is an exhibit by 15 botantical artists illustrating, capturing through fine art, how nature enriches urban living and is best experienced on foot.

Across the country, a new generation of Americans is flocking to dense, walkable urban neighborhoods, the latest in prime real estate. Moving in as well are older, empty-nester households. It is notably evident in Washington, even in parts of the city once considered less desirable. What’s the appeal? A lively neighborhood, distinctive architecture, abundant nightlife, historic and cultural attractions, along with shortened drive times, all beckon these new urban residents. No less important is nature’s contribution to the built environmenare – the parks, tree-lined streets, gardens, plazas, even wildlife. Add in the new DC priority for green infrastructure, nature as a buffer against intense storms and flooding.

Objectives

To underscore for the metro DC design community and other key constituencies, as well as the general public, the importance of the city’s natural elements as they are central to the community’s health and well-being.

Nov
26
Thu
“Ensemble: Small Works,” year end All Member Show @ Studio Gallery
Nov 26 @ 1:00 pm – Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm

FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTION, 6 TO 8pm, December 4, 2015

check the Studio gallery website for parking information in the neighborhood.

Feb
3
Wed
New Members Show @ Garden Room, Studio Gallery
Feb 3 @ 1:00 pm – Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm

I’ll have several works up and a portfolio to browse through. Stay tuned for further information. Likely First Friday reception, 6 to 8 pm, Friday, February 5, 2016.

New Members, Studio Gallery @ Studio Gallery, lower level (Garden gallery)
Feb 3 @ 1:00 pm – Feb 27 @ 8:01 am

3 receptions
Friday, February 5, 6 to 8pm: First Friday
Saturday, February 13, 6 to 8:30pm, with poetry slam
Friday, February 26, 6 to 9pm, closing reception

Jul
20
Wed
@ Studio Gallery
Jul 20 @ 1:00 pm – Aug 13 @ 6:00 pm

All members show, one work each…Gordon is showing a drawing of an egret from Sanibel

First Friday reception, August 5, from 6 to 8pm