Gallery B Exhibitions

Gallery B Exterior

Social distancing is required and face masks must be worn by all visitors. Questions? Contact info@bethesda.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Judy"The Magic of Glass"
November 11 - December 3, 2022
Gallery Hours: Fridays from 2-8 pm; Saturdays from 12-6pm, and Sundays from 11am-4pm;
Opening Reception: Friday, November 11 from 6-8pm

The National Capital Art Glass Guild (NCAGG) presents “The Magic of Glass." The exhibit showcases Guild membersʼ work including mosaic, fused, stained, and blown glass. NCAGG is proud to be supporting the United Nations General Assemblyʼs designation of 2022 as The International Year of Glass for the essential role glass has played in our world. According to NCAGG President, Tamah Graber, “NCAGG is excited to be exhibiting in Bethesdaʼs vibrant arts community at beautiful, light-filled Gallery B. Glass is a powerful medium that lends itself to a variety of shapes, forms, and functions, and we are delighted to share the wonders of glass with Gallery B visitors.” The National Capital Art Glass Guild (NCAGG) was founded in 1978 as a community of artisans working in stained glass and has grown over the years to include all forms of glass art. Through meetings, workshops, presentations, and exhibits, the NCAGG provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences and promotes glass as an art form..

 

Judy"The Poetry of Place: Paintings"
December 8 - January 15, 2023
Gallery Hours: Thursdays – Sundays, 12:30 - 6pm (Please note the gallery will be closed on Dec. 24, 25, 31 & Jan. 1)
Opening Reception: Friday, December 9 from 6-8pm

Loriann Signori is a painter of place and luminosity. Her work is based on traditional methods defined by colorist tendencies, aiming for continual transformation. Her paintings consistently are an emotional interpretation of time and place. She received her BFA from the Swain School of Design and her MFA at American University, but the real work began outdoors and in the studio. Signori’s talent has been showcased in galleries and museums worldwide, demonstrating a diversity of mediums. Her work is included in private and corporate collections in the US and abroad, including PNC Bank headquarters, Development Finance International, DC, Manilla, Nairobi, New Delhi, Brussels, Keller and Heckman, Washington D.C., and Pensa Museum (Russia). Currently, she is represented by Warm Springs Gallery in Warm Springs, VA.