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Thursday, May 03, 2007

Art in the Garden


About Me 11"x14" acrylic

Saturday, May 5 * 12:00-6:00pm

Sunday, May 6 * 1:00-6:00pm

If you have not yet made it to T.H. Gomillion’s Art in the Garden event, you are certainly overdue! This event is in its’ fifth or sixth year. It began as an annual event, but it has been so well received that it has become a semi-annual event over the past 2 years. Local artist T.H. Gomillion and his wife, Sharon, host the event in their beautifully landscaped garden and approximately 15 artists participate by displaying their work for this impressive show and sale. You get a chance to talk to the artists while your senses are heightened by the dazzling works of art. In addition to the stimulating conversations held with the artists, this writer has had equally stimulating conversations with the guests who attend this event. It is for these reasons that this is a not to be missed event!

T.H. Gomillion also ensures that his guests have plenty of food, refreshments and music that will soothe the soul while basking in the comfort of the garden. Do not sell yourself short! If you have not experienced Art in the Garden before, make time to go on May 5th or 6th. The artists that are scheduled to show their work in May include John Beckley, Viola Leak, Gwen Aqui, Al Burts, Hampton Olfus, Deidra Bell, Clayton Lang, Michelle Foster Lucas, Donna D. Stovall, T.H. Gomillion and a half dozen other artists. The mediums range from bronze sculpture to clay, leather, and works on paper and canvas.


Hope to see you at the place!

Location: 3218 Chestnut Street, NE; Washington, DC 20018

Contact person: T.H. Gomillion * 202.269.2757


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2 Comments:

At 5:10 AM, Anonymous Prelli Williams said...

Great article James. I enjoyed the Graham Collection. It was a pleasure to meet a brother who has followed and is still following his dreams.
The fact that he opened his doors to help others was a tremendous blessing. Much success in your endeavors to come. Prelli

 
At 9:47 AM, Blogger Laser! Beam said...

www.ArtCadeMagazine.com
Brand spankin new online arts magazine made by Corcoran students. Friday, June 22 at 14th and Church Street we are taking over an empty building and turning it into a gallery.music venue for the night. Photography? yes. Painting? yes. Video art? yes. Bands? yes.

Can you give us a plug on your blog? I can email you an invite image. RachelMFick@gmail.com Hope to see you there

 

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