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Wet Dreams - Contemporary Use of Water-Based Mediums

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Editorial Review


By Michael O’Sullivan
Friday, October 11, 2013

Art will be a component of the new Monroe Street Market, a mixed--use development taking shape in Northeast Washington near the Brookland Metro station. Founded by artists Gail Vollrath and Zofie Lang, Catalyst Projects will host a reception for its inaugural exhibition, “Wet Dreams: Contemporary Use of Water--Based Mediums,” on Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. In addition to art shows spotlighting work from the Washington area and beyond, the space will host panel discussions and workshops.

The seven--artist show features work by three talented local artists and one defector: Mei Mei Chang, Mariah Anne Johnson, Jenny Walton and Adam Lister, a Virginia painter who is moving to Upstate New York.