Washington Sculptors Group & Harmony Hall Arts Center present: Sculpture NOW 2022

Washington Sculptors Group & Harmony Hall Arts Center present: Sculpture NOW 2022

Fri, 22 April 2022 - Fri, 03 June 2022

Read Mark Jenkin's review of the show in the Washington Post.

Sculpture NOW 2022 is an annual non-thematic exhibition of new works, finished within the last two years. More information about the Harmony Hall Arts Center Here

Washington Sculptors Group extends our formal congratulations to artist Chris Combs for being selected the winner of this year's Tom Rooney Award by juror Fitsum Shebeshe. Combs' work reflects the excellence and quality we pride ourselves on representing and showcasing in our exhibitions. Visit chriscombs.net for more information on the artist.

Artist & Juror Talk:
Thursday, May 19,  2pm – 4pm

Sculpture NOW 2022 is an annual non-thematic exhibition of new works, finished within the last two years. Including works by:

  • Jan Acton
  • Esperanza Alzona
  • Lynda Andrews-Barry
  • Lisa Battle
  • c.l. bigelow
  • Richard Binder
  • Rachael Bohlander
  • Alla and Milana Borovskaia
  • Adam Bradley
  • Shannon Brinkley
  • Sally Canzoneri
  • Chris Combs
  • Tory Cowles
  • Billy Friebele
  • Gayle Friedman
  • Nic Galloro
  • Marilyn Geldzahler
  • Judith Goodman
  • Tom Greaves
  • Adam Hager
  • Alyssa Imes
  • Wanjin Kim
  • Keith Krueger
  • Liz Lescault
  • Addison Likins
  • Mitra Lore
  • Ruth Lozner
  • Kass McGowan
  • Daniel Merkowitz-Bustos
  • Rassul Messa
  • Jane Pettit
  • Mahy Polymeropoulos
  • Iris Posner
  • Brian Reed
  • Alan Rhody
  • Phyllis Roderer
  • Christopher Romer
  • Jayne Shatz
  • Janathel Shaw
  • Kanika Sircar
  • Belen Sorzana
  • Martha Spak
  • Ira Tattelman
  • Gaylia Wagner
  • Ashley Jaye Williams
  • Cindy Winnick
  • Jenny Wu
  • Alice Yutzy


Fitsum Shebeshe is a curator and painter based in the Washington metropolitan area. He is currently the gallery manager at Harmony Hall Arts Center and curator of States of Becoming, Independent Curators International’s traveling exhibition. Before moving to the United States in 2016, he was Assistant Curator at the National Museum of Ethiopia. In 2012, Shebeshe co-founded the 1957 Initiative to annually celebrate the liberation of African countries from colonialism through the arts. In 2013, he curated the 1957 Art Show at the National Museum of Ethiopia on the occasion of the 50th Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the African Union, and in 2017, he was the curator of Depart Africa, at the Baltimore School for the Arts. Shebeshe holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Curatorial Practice from the Maryland Institute College of Art. 

The Washington Sculptors Group is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of sculpture and fostering exchanges among sculptors, sculpture enthusiasts and the public. Organized in 1984, membership has grown to over 400; WSG sponsors frequent public programs and organizes professional sculpture exhibitions juried by prominent curators. Visit www.washingtonsculptors.org to join WSG, to view the Web Gallery of members’ work, and to subscribe to the WSG newsletter.

Harmony Hall Arts Center opened its doors to the public in September of 1989 and quickly evolved into Prince George's County’s most popular, premier arts facility. We are your one-stop-shop for all your visual and performing arts needs. The Center offers in-depth programs for the creative passions of aspiring artists of all ages in ceramics, sculpture, dance, drama, painting, voice, photography and more. Enjoy our John Addison Concert Hall for an exceptional entertainment experience, or view exceptional works of local, national and international artists in our exhibition spaces.

Gallery Hours
The galleries are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (no office hours) as well as during most performances.

Harmony Hall Arts Center is located at 10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD.