October 19 - November 30, 2018

Over the past fifty years, social scientists have theorized that gender identity, roles and expression are culturally-dependent social constructs, not inherited ‘traits.’ Through the use of print, fabric, needlepoint and mixed-media, this exhibit hopes to reexamine and redefine what it means to be female in 21st century America. In collaboration with Celadon Arts and Green Chalk Contemporary, The Carl Cherry presents You’d Be Prettier if Smiled, an exhibition including
The Temple Sisters, Susan Abbott Martin and Maria Porges. 

May 25 - June 30, 2017

By asking the question of Now what, we are not only asking Now what happened but also Now what do we do? Now what can we imagine? Now what do we want our world to be? What?”

This exhibition of selected American artists explores diverse responses to a new era in Washington.  Themes addressed by the artists include public and private reactions to the 2016 elections, the continuing effects of media saturation, the divisions of identity politics, the shifting status of gender, and the opportunities for positive change that may emerge during a time of transition.  The works include oils, mixed media, photography and sculpture; the variety of materials and techniques included in this exhibition illustrate how the interaction of the personal with the public can yield artistic expression.

Artists included in the are: Sharron Antholt, Kim Campbell, Kristin Casaletto, Peter Charles, Jamie Dagdigian, Susan Hyde Green, Peter Hiers, Anne Marchand, Logan Norton, Jane Olin, Robin V. Robinson, the Temple Sisters, Robin Ward and Martin Webb.


Best Bet!

August 12- 29, 2015

June 13- August 8, 2015Martha Casanave, Susan Hyde Greene, Jane Olin, Anna Rheim, Robin V. Robinson, & Robin Ward


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