Touchstone Gallery

Preview: September 3-4, 11 am – 6 pm
September 5-28, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 6-8:30 pm
Mouth watering desserts catered by Mr.Bake



Ruffled Feathers avian motifs as metaphors for human activity are the subject for Touchstone member artists working in photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics, collage and drawing.  The caged bird sings of freedom and birds of a feather flock together in this exhibit.



Out of Service by Pete McCutchen.

A landscape beckoned:  rows of rusted vehicles, twisted wrecks from somewhere in North-Central Pennsylvania.  Dozens, hundreds, fading into the woods.  They come already aged, wounded, twisted, crushed.  Left exposed,  they are further reduced, eaten away by wind, rain, snow, and sun.   The ought to be ugly, but the decay can do the opposite, creating beautiful patterns in metal and glass.

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About Face . . . et al by Bill Mould.

Bill Mould explores the complex topography of the human face, with the many odd, touching and unwittingly hilarious expressions which we use to communicate.

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Touchstone Gallery - Since 1976 - Artist Owned Contemporary Art Gallery

901 New York Avenue NW, Washington DC 20001 202-347-2787

Open: Wednesday- Friday 11-6, Saturday-Sunday 12-5