Current show

Ken Weir and W. Gregg Harris
05/04/2018 - 05/27/2018
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The two artists are friends from high school who have influenced each others’ work. Harris studied sculpture at Alfred University and Architecture at University of Buffalo. He has moved from sculpture to investigating the world through a camera lens. In Weir's paintings the figures portray a pregnant moment, an awareness of things within and outside the painting. In the current exhibit the figures inhabit a world of patterns.

Upcoming Events

May 2018 Life Drawing Session
05/20/2018, 12:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Draw, paint from the model. Sharpen skills and engage with other artists!
Members only: become a supporting member - click the link above.
The more attending, the less expensive it will be per person. (Five attendees will pay $10 each.)
Spaces are limited. Please -- RSVP to let us know you're planning to come: mimsmi@aol.com

Cooperative Gallery 213

The Cooperative Gallery 213 was founded in 2000 to provide accessible exhibition space for member artists. The gallery has created a community of artists and increased an appreciation for art in the larger community. Because of the quality of its exhibits the Cooperative Gallery is a popular stop on the First Friday Art Walk sponsored by the Gorgeous Washington Association.