SHAW: Yoga, Music, & Art; followed by Mimosas! Saturday, October 14th, 11am - 12 pm at Foundry Gallery.

Make it an artful Saturday with Jennie Light, founder and owner of Bluebird Sky Yoga, and DJ EquaniSeung at Foundry Gallery.

Yoga, Music, & Art; followed by Mimosas!
Saturday, Oct 14th, 11-12 pm

Cost is $20. Preregistration is recommended as participation is limited.
Register Online under workshop/events tab.

Foundry Gallery presents “The Usual Suspects,” a dual exhibit by Virginia abstract artists Charlene Nield and Ann Pickett. At a time in Washington when persons of interest tend to be of the political variety, Nield and Pickett’s exhibit “The Usual Suspects” offers respite by presenting an alternative cast of characters in their collection of figurative works. The exhibit is open to the public from October 4th to 29th.
Charlene Nield - Loretta-Pinstripes - 30x22in acrylic

Nield’s motley crew of characters provides an eclectic and intricate sampling of her representational style. Her approach to figures is colorful and rich with texture, bringing whimsy and joy to the banality of everyday life.
Ann Pickett - Rosie-Posey - 36x36in acrylic

Pickett’s loose figurative style dances across her works, creating the impression of figure and form through her use of line, shape, and color, compelling the viewer to leave rigidity behind and move in concert, freely and entirely.

“The Usual Suspects,” which revels in the juxtaposition of Nield and Pickett’s approach to figures, culminates in a collaborative effort that unites both artists’ painting styles. The resulting work, Gypsy, Grace & Queenie Marie, is engaging, a mystery that challenges the viewer to uncover where one painter stops and the other begins.

Nield/Pickett Gypsy Grace and Queenie-Marie 40x32in acrylic w/collage

To see and learn more about the artists visit their websites at

Foundry Gallery is located at
2118 8th St NW, Washington DC, 20001.
They are open WEDS-SUN, 1-7 - Tel. 202-232-0203


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