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Must See Art Exhibitions, January 2023: Art and the City

One of the great joys that comes from living in Washington, DC is being able to access global cultures simply by taking metro versus...

December Exhibitions & Holiday Art Markets

As development accelerates on the east bank of the Anacostia River, cultural mainstay Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum curated an exhibition which amplifies contemporary community voices...

Jim Magner Says Farewell to Art and The City

This is my final column for the Hill Rag. In these 20+ years, I have profiled over 240 artists and covered hundreds of gallery...

Artist Profile: Bulsby “Buzz” Duncan

“Art is a time machine. A work of art will always be there.” Buzz Duncan knows that 10 people will have 10 different interpretations,...

Artist Thierry Guillemin Slips Through Time

Art can make time peripheral. We can slip into the space/time continuum when we look and watch because art doesn’t age. Our mind slows...

Art and the City

Brain trees? Or are they dancing celebrities in a Mardi Gras parade? Ruffled rumba revelers, brightly colored and ready to party. Or maybe blood...

Artist Portrait: Cheryl Foster

Imagination. Cheryl Foster was born with an inherent sense of fantasy. It took her to wonderful places as a child; images danced behind her...

Bart O’Rielly Asks the Essential Questions Through Art

Our perceptions of reality are ever shifting. So, what can we know? What can we understand? Anything? Bart O’Rielly wants to know, and he...

Artist Portrait: Aleksandra Katargina

Aleksandra Katargina wants to hold on to time…not just moments but the emotions of time: the expressions that flow through her consciousness and compose...

Artist Rachel Rotenberg ‘Thinks With A Pencil, Speaks With Wood’

Rachel Rotenberg thinks with a pencil and speaks with wood. She draws and draws and keeps drawing until the forms begin to take shape...