September 9, 6-9pm
7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E • (301) 215-7990
The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards
The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards is a visual art prize produced by the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District that honors artists from Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. The annual juried competition awards $14,000 in prize monies to selected artists and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.
7475 Wisconsin Avenue • (301) 215-7880
Studio B, located in the lower level of 7475 Wisconsin Avenue, is home to artists Linda Button, Judy Gilbert Levey, Joan Giampa and Steve Hay. Each artist creates, showcases and sells their work onsite.
“Tunnel Vision” Public Art Exhibition
Bethesda Metro Station Tunnel • (301) 215-6660
“Tunnel Vision” features the work of 12 regional artists whose original works have been printed on a polymetal material, size 4’ x 8’, and lines the walls of Bethesda’s Pedestrian Tunnel that runs under Wisconsin Avenue at the Bethesda Metro Station.
Waverly Street Gallery
4600 East-West Highway • (301) 951-9441
Contrasts: A Glass Show
“Contrasts,” featuring the work of artists Jane Callen and Janet Wittenberg at the Waverly Street Gallery, explores the role of contrasting elements in art – and life. Even the media themselves represent contrasting glass forms: Callen works in hot glass from the furnace, Wittenberg primarily uses the kiln to form her glass art. Together, the two have assembled a body of work that speaks to the notable and meaningful contrasts that define glass and indeed life’s journey.