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In-Cider Art

Jazmine Johnson

In-Cider Art by Caleb Luke Lin
September 6 - October 2, 2017
Opening reception: September 9th from 3-6 p.m featuring cider tastings from Graft Cider in partnership with Pizzeria Paradiso

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The Art of Pizza

Juliana Molina

Photos from 'Kitchen Workshop - Pizza'
Book signing and Photo Exhibit
Meet Chef Ruth Gresser and Photographer Moshe Zusman
February 25, 2104 at 7:00pm

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mapping; the journey as metaphor

Juliana Molina

The words voyage, journey, and travel come to mind when one contemplates the work of Kimberley Bursic. Many of Bursic’s paintings were created while traveling in Italy and the United States. Sometimes the work is about the beauty of the place and sometimes about escaping. In every case we are invited, as viewers, to consider our own journeys. The ultimate journey, of course, being our own lives.

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Local Art Matters

Juliana Molina

A collection of art from Local Artists on display during the May 2012 Gateway CDC Open Studio Tours.

Artists Include: 

  • Aprill Houge
  • Kimberley Bursic
  • Lara Payne
  • Juliana Molina
  • Suzanne McFadden
  • Jenna Parry
  • Tinam Valk
  • Margaret Rick
  • Rick Ruggles
  • Paul Burkhart
  • Melissa Kelt
  • Abigail Lafertte
  • Melissa Green
  • Norman Greene
  • Anthony Goring

Faith In Action

Juliana Molina

Much of the criticism directed at the Occupy Movement has focused on protesters’ lack of clear objectives. However, for many people of faith in the Washington, D.C. area, these goals are as bright as day: social and economic justice, and equal support for all human beings, regardless of circumstance.

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Finding Heart

Juliana Molina

Rick Ruggles takes our typical ways of expressing love in new directions, creating a language that shares and explores its many unique and ever changing forms. He shows it like it is, never manipulating or adjusting what he photographs. His work is beautiful and tender, unusual, and at times bizarre and even tough.

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Still Lives

Juliana Molina

Local artist Laurie Breen’s work features acrylic and mixed media paintings and large charcoal drawings. “This work sneaks up on you,” says gallery director Barbara Johnson, “at first glance it appears to be lighthearted. But there’s so much more to it. Breen’s use of layers of writing, pattern, and imagery brings to mind memories, dreams and metaphors.”

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