Galleries

In the Press: Washington Post Reviews Dickson & Cole

The Washington Post’s Mark Jenkins recently toured BlackRock’s galleries and reviewed Michelle Dickson: Neither Mine nor Yours and Frank Cole: Rebuilding the Sky. “The sculptures… begin with battered pieces of found wood. The Baltimore artist transforms these into haunting self-portraits by adding wax, plaster and paint that both complement and supplement the wooden shapes.” – …

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In the Press: Wash. Post Reviews “INK IT”

The Washington Post recently reviewed BlackRock’s gallery exhibition “INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices,” a juried exhibition of fine art prints using such various techniques as woodcut, lithography, screenprinting, and etching among others. Cookie Kerxton, “Monotype Spheres III”(Cookie Kerxton/BlackRock Center for the Arts) Some of the 43 printmakers chosen for “Ink It” at BlackRock Center for …

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In the Press: Wash. Post Reviews “Nano Portraiture” and “Nature/Nurture”

The Washington Post reviewed BlackRock’s dual Kay Gallery exhibitions “NANO PORTRAITURE” by Michal Gavish and Stephanie Garon’s “NATURE/NURTURE” in a roundup of local exhibitions inspired by science and nature. The microscope is an essential tool for Michal Gavish, a former research chemist who now specializes in “Nano Portraiture,” the title of her show at the …

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