Contributed by the Workhouse Arts Center
Building W-5 Featured Artist: Karen Kozojet Ching
April 9 – May 4
Karen Kozojet Ching considers creating each piece an end in itself. Immersing herself in the process, she dissolves into a meditative state. Studio 508 at the Workhouse Arts Center is her haven for artistic discovery.
“Creating a work of beauty from a blank canvas lifts the spirit and transcends the mind. Nature is my inspiration. Painting an image that shares experiences with the viewer is my lifelong pasion. The reward is in captivating their attention and enabling them to make the visions their own.”
The quest for originality is always at the forefront of my artistic journey. I continue to expose myself to new techniques and materials to enable me to articulate my vision. The new works are created in acrylic, oil, collage and mixed media on canvas and paper.
Building W-6 Featured Artist: Judith Busby
Do I really want to head to jail every day? Of course, when it is the refurbished DC Workhouse and reformatory! Now, the Workhouse Arts Center is a professional artist’s center with cooperative studios, galleries, educational programs and more. Having my own studio in building 6, I enjoy creating art in various media including acrylic painting, fiber art and stained glass. I am delighted to teach children’s art classes. The Workhouse Art Center is full of energy, creativity, inspiration and my dreams come true.
Building W-8 Studio Exhibition: Ceramics Resident Artists
A recurring exhibit of functional and sculptural works by Ceramic Resident Artists can be seen in Ceramics Building W-8 throughout the month.
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