SCULPTURE NOW 2017
Presented by Washington Sculptors Group & McLean Project for the Arts
February 2 – March 4, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 2, 2017, 7-9pm
Washington Sculptors Group is pleased to present Sculpture Now 2017 in collaboration with McLean Project for the Arts. Sculpture Now is a non-thematic exhibition of new works, finished within the last two years. The Rooney Prize – an honorarium of $500 – will be given to an artist/artist team whose work reflects the best qualities for the overall WSG Sculpture Now 2017 show.
Linda Agar-Hendrix, Lynda Andrews-Barry, Lisa Battle, Burton Blistein, Janet Brome,
Ann Citron, Irene Clouthier, Tory Cowles, Mary Early, Annie Farrar, Mary Annella Mimi Frank, Pamela Gwaltney, ,Malcom Hally, Artemis Herber, Susan Hostetler, Monroe Isenberg, Penny Jacoby, Joanne Kent, Jeremy Thomas Kunkle, Jin Lee, Liz Lescault, Yue Li, June Linowitz, Jon Lundak, Grant McFarland, Sara Parent-Ramos, Jane Pettit,
Barrett Ripin, Jean Sausele Knodt, John A Schaffner, Tatyana Schremko, Casey Snyder, Gil Ugiansky, Elizabeth Vorlicek, Jonathan Weiner, Michael West, Julie Wills,
About the Juror: Nancy Sausser, Exhibitions Director of the McLean Project for the Arts (MPA). Nancy Sausser has been the Curator and Exhibitions Director at MPA since October 2005. A sculptor and arts writer as well as a curator, her writing has been featured in publications such as the Washington Post and FiberArts Magazine, as well as in many exhibition catalogs. Her sculpture has been shown around the Washington, DC area, most recently at Greater Reston Arts Center, Montpelier Arts Center, and Glenview Mansion. Nancy holds a BA in Studio Art from Kenyon College and an MFA in Sculpture form the University of Washington in Seattle.
MPA at Chain Bridge (McLean Project For The Arts)
1446 Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA 22101 (Located in the Chain Bridge Corner Shopping Center)
Monday – Thursday 10am-9:30pm
Friday – Saturday 10am-4pm