Thursday April 17, 2014
5:30 - 8:30 PM
Assorted hors d'oeuvres and signature beverages will be paired with select works.
Evolve Urban Arts Gallery
Pierce School Lofts
1375 Maryland Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
folktale characterized by elements of magic or the supernatural, such
as the endowment of a mortal character with magical powers or special
knowledge; variations expose the hero to supernatural beings or objects.
The German term Märchen, used universally by folklorists, also embraces tall tales and humorous anecdotes; although it is often translated as "fairy tale,” the fairy is not a requisite motif. Encyclopedia Britannica
EVOLVE Urban Arts Project presents the work of three Washington artists, Jill Finsen, Kay Fuller and Alexandra Sherman.
allusions to the works of early 20th century American painters and the
Fauvists, my modern paintings embody a tension between familiarity and
Kay Fuller:Art is my passion.I live to create art that brings joy to the viewer using watercolors, acrylic and collage.
provides countless symbols through which the artist expresses truth,
meaning, and can explore the interior landscape of the self."
The exhibit runs Sunday March 30 thru Friday May 23, 2014. The Project
space is located in the Pierce School Lofts at 1375 Maryland Avenue, NE,
in the H Street Arts and Entertainment District. The artist reception
is free and open to the public.
To view this exhibit, please call 202-744-6439 for an appointment.
About the Evolve Urban Arts Project
The Evolve Urban Arts Project enriches the lives of residents,
neighbors in the H Street Community, and Washington, DC at large by
providing free exhibition space to artists based in the metropolitan
area. For further information, visit our website at http://art.evolveDC.com.
The Evolve Urban Arts Project is sponsored by Evolve Property
Management, LLC, a local, full service property management comany based
out of Capitol Hill. Evolve manages single and multiple-family rental
properties as well as condominium, cooperative and tenant associations
throughout Washington, DC. For more information visit evolveDC.com.