October 14, 2016


Gallery B
7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E • (301) 215-7990
Landscapes - Daily Paintings and Travels
Gallery B is pleased to present its October exhibition: Landscapes - Daily Paintings and Travels, featuring artwork by Robert O'Brien and Susan Schellberg.

Robert O’Brien is an artist and mathematician specializing in the human form. He received his Certificate in Painting from Washington Studio School in 2002 and has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Washington, D.C. and Maryland. 

Susan Schellberg’s work has been shown in numerous juried group shows and solo shows throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Schellberg became interested in the daily painting movement and has been painting one small oil painting per day four or five times a week.  All but two of the paintings in this exhibit are daily paintings. 

Studio B
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 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
Urban Studies
Cathy Abramson’s painterly images examine and capture the ordinary moments, chance encounters and fragments of urban life that repeat daily. Even though these moments seem unimportant, together they underscore the transient nature of our experience in an urban environment — an environment of constant change. Capturing those moments highlights the joys and frustrations of the urban rhythm and underscore the vitality of contemporary life. Influenced by the neighborhoods of Kennedy Street, NW, DC, Bethesda, Maryland and elsewhere, the artist reflects and invents scenes that are at once about history, change, nostalgia and social struggle.