Artists & Makers Studios on Parklawn Generate in Rockville will welcome invited Artist Erwin Timmers together with Artists of the Washington Glass School for the show “A Exhibit of Hands” with two more displays and an Open Studio party.
The November 4th Initial Friday night opening will run from 5pm – 9pm. Enjoy supplemental reveals – “X marks the spot” with Resident Artists, and Gallery 209 Artists exhibiting their most recent work.
Dutch-born Erwin Timmers is the both the co-founder and Director of the Washington Glass Faculty and one particular of the planet’s earliest “green” artists.
His operate “references sociological and environmental issues of issue to him, mostly how we, as a modern society, eat and discard cherished means. For this subject matter the option of resources gets to be a extra significant dialogue, so Erwin endeavors to use recycled components to convey ideas and ideas of recycling and use of the ecosystem. Recycled glass is tough to use, so he has had to build new and experimental methods to exploit the properties of this material. A Exhibit of Arms explores personalized and cultural features as they relate to current day social traits. Technological “advances” have transformed the landscape in human conversation, and social media focuses on areas of cultural reduction, pretend information, mass manipulation, and diversion and division. This series is about the expression of nonverbal and abstract themes like belief, conversation, and link. Erwin’s portfolio showcases the chance and natural beauty of recycled material, though encouraging the viewer to contemplate his or her environmental influence.”
“A Clearly show of Hands” with Invited Artist Erwin Timmers together with Artists of the Washington Glass University — “X marks the spot” with Resident Artists The Artists of Gallery 209.
Opening Reception: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Friday, November 4th, 2022
11810 Parklawn Drive, Suite 210
Artist Dialogue with Erwin Timmers – November 12th, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Reveals for Erwin Timmers, the Resident Artists, and Gallery 209 will run from November 1st through November 22nd. Viewing hours are 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday-Saturday, and Sundays by probability or appointment.