Monday, September 10 - Saturday, December 6, 2010

Curated by Jayme McLellan, Director, Civilian Art Projects Gallery
Washington, DC

Opening Reception:Wednesday, September 22, 6:00-8:00 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, October 2, 2 pm

Presented by
Washington Sculptors Group
at The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.,
museum and grounds at Mount Vernon Square
801 K St., NW
Washington, DC 20001
Participating Artists:
Julia Bloom, Jessica Braiterman, Anthony Comes,
Frederic Crist, Brent Crothers,
Joel D'Orazio, Pattie Firestone, Helen Glazer,
Nestor Guzman, Artemis Herber,
Dalya Luttwak, Emily Piccirillo, Guy Rando,
Phillip Scarpone, Marilee Schumann,
Mike Shaffer, Carmela Solell-Knepler,
Diane Szczepaniak, Patricia Tinajero
and James Wallace

"Just as the District of Columbia was carved into and out of
the borders of Maryland and Virginia, artworks have
borders that are tangible, malleable, and reaching-like
geographic boundaries. Yet they connote intangible
values and dreams and ideals-much
like the idealism that goes into creating a nation's capital.
This exhibition is about interconnections despite borders and boundaries, and of course the power of art
to create connection and beauty."

- Jayme McLellan, Juror
Director/Founder , Civilian Art Projects

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Hours: Open 7 days a week, 10am - 5pm.
Admission to the Historical Society is Free.
The Historical Society will be closed to the public on
September 25th, September 26th, and November 25th.
Please call 202-383-1800 for more information.

Image: Pattie Porter Firestone, Thoughts: Coming & Going, 24" x 24" x 24", painted aluminum and steel
Exhibition managed by James Mallos