WASHINGTON, DC.- Touchstone Gallery
presents Mixture, a group show celebrating the artistic talent and skill of our local arts community. This exhibition features over 150 works by DC area artists who applied to Touchstones Spotlight Art Series 2019, as well as works by Touchstones own member artists. This diverse group of artists represents a broad range of media, genres and artistic styles. What unites them is a passion for creating art in the burgeoning DMV art scene.
Touchstone is committed to bringing people together through the arts, both artists and art admirers alike. Our work with area artists and local art organizations is essential to developing stronger relationships within our community. Opportunities for more progressive conversation among groups lead to insights and a shared sense of togetherness, and in turn lay the foundation for the exploration of mechanisms for maintaining vital cultural and community traditions.
Founded in 1976, Touchstone Gallery is located in a custom-built street-level space at 901 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC. Since the beginning, Touchstones mission has remained unaltered: to enrich the lives of the community through diverse contemporary art exhibitions; to promote a rich variety of art talent in the DC region; to showcase national and international artists whenever possible; and to foster continuing artistic and career growth of its 50 member artists through encouragement and support.
Participating artists: David Alfuth, Kasse Andrews-Weller, Ken Bachman, Linda Bankerd, Katherine Becker, Mirette Bedrous, Leni Berliner, Valerie Bernat, Joan Bixler, Leslie Blackmon, Madison Bolls, Stephen Borko, Jill Brantley, Richard Braswell, Dana Brotman, Michael Cabezas, Sabine Carlson, Elizabeth Casqueiro, Hsin-Hsi Chen, Sofia Chitikov, Sermin Ciddi, Marcia Coppel, Susi Cora, Tory Cowles, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Charlie Dale, Sally Davies, Jessie DeAro, Mari DeMaris, Jerry DeSantis, Connie Elsberg, Raven Featherstone, Felisa Federman, Elaine Florimonte, Betsy Forster, Christopher Fowler, Michelle Frazier, Steena Fullmer-Anderson, Jennifer Galvin, Jeanne Garant, Judith Giuliani, Eleanor Glattly, Nico Gozal, Dany Green, Britni Harris, Robin Harris, Tricia Harvey, Angela Herbert-Hodges, Erik Holden, Michael Holt, Sabiha Iqbal, Carolyn Johnson, Timothy Johnson, Anna Katalkina, Joanne Kent, Cookie Kerxton, Makda Kibour, Kim Klabe, David Kosar, Harvey Kupferberg, Mary Lagnaoui, Michael Lang, Paula Lantz, Deborah Lash, Joyce Lee, Rosa Leff, Margo Lehman, Dee Levinson, Shelley Lowenstein, Ruth Lozner, Rosemary Luckett, Heather Lynn, Rui Lyu, Nipun Manda, Jane Mann, Pete McCutchen, McCain McMurray, Mike McSorley, Ron Meick, Sonya Michel, Kevin Mitchell, Manuel Morquecho, Hernan Murno, Javaid Nayyar, Teresa Oaxaca, Mary D. Ott, Franc Palaia, Gail Pean, Debra Perkins, Mai Pham, Davide Prete, Nancy Ramsey, Sarah Renzi Sanders, Pamela Reynolds, Alessandra Ricci, BD Richardson, Derek Rosales, Ann Rosoff-Cappelletti, Colleen Sabo, Amy Sabrin, Carol Sahley, Deborah Saks, David Salgado, Claudia Samper, Renee Sandell, Bushra Shamma, Janathel Shaw, Johab Silva, Jennifer Singleton, Teresa Sites, David Sloane, Jasmin Smith, Maureen M. Squires, Carol Starr, Peter Swift, Catherine Toulsaly, Lisa Tureson, Juliana Vallejo, Rosa Vera, Charlie Visconage, Gale Wallar, Diana Wang, Steve Wanna, Barbara Freeman Warden, Vanessa Webb, Emma Whitaker, Patricia Williams, Jenny Wu.
Artworks: The Battle of the Dragon and Phoenix by Sermin Ciddi, Carols by Deborah Lash, Change Can Be Beautiful by Heather Lynn, Magnolia Flower by Ken Bachman, Power of Red Peony by Lee Joyce, Night Manager by Ruth Lozner, Eight Sticks by Peter Swift, Hide and Seek by Hernan Murno (details).