Spring 2013 Washington galleries full listing

Gian Garofalo/COURTESY OF LONG VIEW GALLERY - A detail from Gian Garofalo's "Spectrum." At Long View Gallery from May 2 to June 2, 2013.

→Critics’ recommendations are indicated by asterisks.

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OPEN

“2013 Solo Artist Preview.” A sneak peek at works by artists who will have solo shows in the coming year. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through Feb. 4.

“A Painted Legacy: Monica Williams 1934-2012.” The artist’s most memorable work is showcased. At Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Alcove Gallery. Through Feb. 24.

“A Rainbow of Personalities and Thoughts.” Jessica Hopkins’s paintings focus on identity. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through Jan. 31.

“Altered Terrain: Drawings by Rosemary Luckett.” At McLean Project for the Arts, McLean Community Center. Through March 2.

“Art in the Eye of a Needle.” A display of Jamaican-born sculptor Willard Wigan’s micro-sculptures, made in the eye of a needle. At Parish Gallery. Through Jan. 31.

Artists of the Studio In-Sight & the 2012 Gaithersburg Character Counts Poster Contest Winners. Two local award-winning artist groups showcase selected works. At Bohrer Park Activity Center. Through March 17.

“At the Surface.” In the Martino Gallery. At Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Through Feb. 24.

“Axes: Bold as Love, the Luthier’s Art.” Photographs of guitars by Clifford Wheeler. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Multiple Exposures Gallery. Through Feb. 10.

“Between the Lines: Contemporary Drawing Now.” A group exhibition exploring current trends in contemporary drawing. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery.

“Cam Miller: My Maryland.” Photographs of local Maryland spots. At Urbana Regional Library. Through April 20.

“Celestial Sights.” Abstract paintings by Antonio Carreno are on display. At Parish Gallery. Through Jan. 31.

“Clarice Smith: Captured Moments.” The artist’s paintings strive to express ephemeral moods. At George Washington University, Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. Through March 15.

Collectors Showcase 2013. Various works by more than 100 studio and associate artists. “Best in Show” award selected by Joann Moser, deputy chief curator of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through Feb. 23.

“Connections.” This exhibition features large-scale paintings by Virginia artist Barbara Bernstein created to decorate the seven new bus stations on the Crystal City/Potomac Yard Transitway. At Arlington Arts Center. Through March 24.

“David Hayes: A Sculptor of Space and Nature.” Multi-colored, steel sculptures. At St. John's College. Through Feb. 17.

“Deconstructed Dance.” An exhibit of black-and-white prints by Madeline Smith, a sophomore at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. At Glen Echo Park, Photoworks Gallery. Through Feb. 4.

“Delicate/Violent.” Artist David Amoroso showcases his painted portraits of local rappers and reggaetoneros depicted in violent situations. At Artisphere, Mezzanine Gallery. Through March 16.

“Draw(n) Out.” An exhibition of drawing in its many forms. At George Mason University, Fine Arts Gallery. Through Feb. 15.

“Drink This! The Workhouse International Ceramic Cup Show.” Contemporary artists take on the utilitarian cup. At Workhouse Arts Center. Through Feb. 10.

“Earth’s Elements.” Artist Harmon Biddle transforms elements of the earth into art through painting and then glass sculpture. At Touchstone.

“European Contemporary Painting: Mago and Mari Rantanen.” Works by the two artists. At Gallery A. Through Feb. 28.

“Executive Functioning: Through the Eyes of History.” In celebration of the 2013 presidential inauguration, the White House News Photographers Association digs into its archives for historic photos of past presidents. At Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Through Feb. 1.

“**Facing Democracy.” Photos, art and films by three artists who documented the Occupy movement, including former Post photographer Lucian Perkins. At Goethe-Institut. Through Feb. 24.

“Fighting on Two Fronts: Black Military Service in the United States.” The exhibition highlights African Americans who served and fought from the Revolutionary War to the Vietnam War and the discrimination they often faced at home and abroad. At Montpelier Arts Center. Through Feb. 26.

“Forest Z. Allread: Cabinets of Curiosity.” The first solo exhibition by the local multimedia artist. At Transformer. Through Feb. 23.

Frances Seeger: “People.” Large-scale portraits by the Alexandria artist. At Athenaeum. Through Feb. 24.

Frederick County Art Association. A showcase of works in different media. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center.

“GOLDrushed: Paintings by Thomas Xenakis.” Abstract paintings made with oil paint and gold leaf. At McLean Project for the Arts, McLean Community Center. Through March 2.

“Gothic Resilience.” Colin Winterbottom’s photos of Washington National Cathedral, from a project started as the cathedral began restoration and recovery from the August 2011 earthquake. At Long View Gallery. Through Feb. 10.

“Hand Drawn Bazaar.” Artist Elizabeth Graeber will be selling and creating her own drawings. At Artisphere, Works in Progress Gallery. Through Feb. 3.

“Heavenly Jade of the Maya.” An exhibition of jade jewelry and archeological discoveries from Guatemala. At IDB Cultural Center. Through Feb. 15.

“Here Nor There.” A solo exhibition by sculptor Joshua Wade Smith. At Hamiltonian Gallery. Through Feb. 9.

“HoCo Open 2013.” The Howard County Arts Council presents a showcase of work by local artists. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through Feb. 22.

“Honoring Los Antepasados.” Taino and Maroon ancestry is celebrated in this exhibition that features pre-Columbian art, contemporary sculptures by Michael Auld and paintings by Jamaican artist Eglon Daley. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through Feb. 28.

“How We Might Live: The Vision of William Morris.” This exhibition examines the written works, political activism and artistic endeavors of William Morris (1834-96). At University of Maryland, Hornbake Library, Maryland Room Gallery. Through July 1.

“Ian Hornak: Transparent Barricades.” The artist’s landscape and still-life paintings are displayed. At Federal Reserve Board, Eccles Building. Through March 15.

“Illuminations: Clay Creations Reflect Bright Ideas.” Works by the Kiln Club. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery. Through Feb. 3.

“In-House 2013.” An exhibition showcasing the art of the gallery’s most prestigious artists in residence. At Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Chaney Gallery. Through Feb. 24.

“Interwoven: Art.Craft.Design.” Video, murals, fiber work, photography, books, mixed-media sculpture and paintings by local artists. At Arlington Arts Center. Through March 24.

Ivanna Matsuka, Robert Talbert, Maud Taber-Thomas, Elena Tchernomazova & Jamie Smith. The selected artists show off their portraits, ceramics and digital art. At Arts Barn. Through March 23.

“Joelle Dietrick & Owen Mundy: Grid, Sequence Me.” An installation of projected animations combining cross-sectioned images of D.C. architecture with live streaming data on foreclosures. At Flashpoint. Through Feb. 2.

“Journeys.” Works by D.C. artist Shanthi Chandrasekar. The title of this exhibition refers to “a flow, a narrative, and/or an evolution.” At D.C. Arts Center. Through Feb. 10.

“Just Because.” Paintings and drawings by Paul Doran, Peter Fox, Logan Grider, Eric Hibit, Eduardo Santiere, Andy Moon Wilson and Patrick Wilson. At Curator’s Office. Through Feb. 16.

“Locale Unlimited: Jeremy Stern and Adam Franchino.” This interactive installation highlights maps — how they change over time and how space is defined. At Creative Alliance at the Patterson. Through Feb. 22.

“Manufactured Reality.” Works by Richard L. Dana, James Huckenpahler and Don Kimes are featured in this collection of computer-generated art. At Marymount University, Barry Gallery. Through Feb. 8.

“Marc Castelli: The Art of the Waterman, Works from the Simison Collection.” The Eastern Shore artist exhibits 23 watercolor paintings that express his knowledge of Chesapeake Bay watermen, their boats and equipment, and the environment in which they work. At Annmarie Garden, Mezzanine Gallery. Through Feb. 24.

“March Avery.” Brought up by a family of artists, March Avery creates work characterized by the use of humor in everyday life. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through Jan. 31.

“Michael Douglas Jones: UNION: The Courier Journals.” An assemblage of love letters and diary entries from a cavalry courier between 1861 and 1865. At Thurmont Regional Library. Through Feb. 5.

“Nature in Focus.” Botanical photography by Barbara Hoffman and Richard Weiblinger. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through Feb. 22.

New Paintings by Ed Bear Miller. Bear’s subjects include Washington’s natural beauty, still life and nudes. At Foundry Gallery.

New works by Ted Milligan with Michael Curry Mosaics. Ted Mulligan’s paintings and Michael Curry’s stained-glass installations are displayed. At Gallery plan b. Through Feb. 17.

“Obliterated Memory: New Paintings.” Hannu Palosuo used oil paint on linen to create the works in this exhibition. At Alex Gallery, Gallery A. Through Feb. 28.

Painters. A group show of abstract art in different media by Washington and Montgomery County artists Patricia Affens, Alice Kresse, Maya Ormsby and Susan Tibolla Gray kicks off the gallery’s year of exhibitions. At Gallery B. Through Feb. 2.

“Photography by Regina DeLuise.” A photo collection by the juror for the 80th Annual Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon. At Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. Through April 14.

“Politics as Un-Usual.” This month-long exhibition features work by photographers, sculptors, printmakers and graphic artists that looks at patriotic national symbols. At Touchstone.

“Present-Day Oracles.” A group show with work in several mediums by Anne Bouie, Gale Jamieson, Michael Platt and Patricia Underwood. At Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center. Through Feb. 23.

“QR Codes.” Artists put their own spin on the black-and-white boxes. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery. Through Feb. 10.

“Richard Shutt: My Favorites.” A showcase of photographs of Maryland, Pennsylvania and various national parks. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through Feb. 24.

“Ruth Pettus: 12 Shoes.” An exhibition that combines shoes and found materials to create objects reminiscent of excavated matter. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through Feb. 24.

“Sara Corley: Current Work.” The artist exhibits her stop-action animation that explores movement and the language of the body. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through Feb. 17.

Second Annual Winter Contemporary Show. Works by established and up-and-coming printmakers including Karima Muyaes, Tenjin Ikeda, Susan Goldman, Philip Bennet and Clare Romano. At the Old Print Gallery. Through Feb. 9.

“Selected Works: Sam Gilliam, Jae Ko, Gene Davis.” A group exhibition of painting and sculpture. At Marsha Mateyka. Through Feb. 9.

“Shades of Gray.” Monochromatic prints by gallery members. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Printmakers. Through Feb. 28.

“Small Stories: Paintings by Nora Sturges, Matthew Mann and Gregory Ferrand.” At McLean Project for the Arts, McLean Community Center. Through March 2.

“Soldiers Without Battles.” Artist Judith Lavender displays her portraits of soldiers of today. At Touchstone.

“Space + Craft.” Resident artist Megan Mueller’s installation. At Arlington Arts Center. Through March 24.

“**Steven Cushner: The Shaped Paintings, 1991-1993.” This exhibition revisits a body of abstract work on non-rectangular canvases created by the acclaimed Washington painter in the early 1990s. At Hemphill. Through March 9.

The Black History Month Biannual Fine Art Exhibit: “Winston Harris: Printmaking in 2 and 3 Dimensions.” Prints by the local artist. At Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center. Through March 16.

“The Living Gallery Studio.” The main gallery is transformed into studios where visitors can interact with artists at work. At Annmarie Garden. Through March 24.

“The National Academy of Sciences: In Service to the Nation.” An exhibit demonstrating the National Academy of Science’s service to the country. At National Academy of Sciences. Through Dec. 12, 2014.

“The Points That Bring Us from Here to There: Michael Dax Iacovone & Kathryn Zazenski.” At Honfleur. Through Feb. 22.

“The Soul of the City: InstantDC.” At the Gallery at Vivid Solutions Temporary Space. Through Feb. 22.

“Thornton Dial: Works on Paper.” The artist exhibits his latest works. At Addison/Ripley. Through Feb. 23.

“Tomorrow We Disappear.” Joshua Cogan’s photos of New Delhi’s Kathputli Colony, India’s last colony of performers. Cogan documented the transition as 2,800 families of acrobats, magicians and puppeteers were forced to relocate by the Indian government to make room for the Raheja Phoenix, New Delhi’s first skyscraper. This exhibit was part of FotoweekDC 2012. At Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. Through Feb. 28.

“Warm Your HeART: Unique Valentine Inspired Artworks.” Works by invited guests, resident artists and Glen Echo park faculty. At Glen Echo Park, Popcorn Gallery. Through Feb. 3.

“Winter Impressions.” This winter-themed show includes seasonal jewelry, home decorations and more. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Enamelists Gallery. Through Feb. 4.

JANUARY

30 “Five: Ana Elisa Benavent, Maruka Carvajal, Meg MacKenzie, Jay Peterzell and Naomi Taitz Duffy.”At Foundry Gallery. Through Feb. 24.

30 “Network of Mutuality: 50 Years Post-Birmingham.” Prominent contemporary artists create works that explore the civil rights movement and current issues surrounding race and equality. At the Art Gallery, Art/Sociology Building. Through April 27.

FEBRUARY

1 “Ahead of Hair.” Artwork constructed of hair, thread and combs by Sonya Clark. At Contemporary Wing. Through March 2.

1 “Dot and Dash.” Artists interpret the theme of lines and circles in a variety of media. At Del Ray Artisans. Through Feb. 24.

1 “Freya Grand: Minding the Landscape.” Landscape paintings from the Washington-based artist. At National Museum of Women in the Arts. Through May 5.

1 Greg Osterhaus. New oil paintings by the artist. At Glave Kocen Gallery. Through Feb. 23.

1 John Reuss: “Mind & Matter.” Reuss exhibits his work inspired by a new inner world where thought and emotion define figures and space. At Hillyer Art Space. Through Feb. 22.

1 “Kate MacDonnell: Hidden in the Sky.” A showcase of color photographs that invite the viewer into the narrative. At Civilian Art Projects. Through March 9.

1 Marcia Wolfson Ray: “New Work.” Wolfson Ray displays her newest works inspired by the center of life and how it is represented in nature. At Hillyer Art Space. Through Feb. 22.

1 “New Theories.” Sculptures by ceramic artist Walter McConnell. At Cross MacKenzie Gallery. Through Feb. 28.

1 “Noelle K. Tan: An Excerpt From the Ongoing Anthology of Abandoned Photographs.” This exhibition is an assemblage of 14 previously unseen photographs by Tan. At Civilian Art Projects. Through March 9.

1 “Oil Paintings.” Evan Goldman, Connie Gallerizzo and David Terrar exhibit their latest works. At Kentlands Mansion. Through March 29.

1 “Photographs from the Eastern Shore Series, 1970-1975.” Photographer Steve Szabo displays his photography of the East Coast. At Kathleen Ewing Gallery. Through May 31.

1 “Places & Spaces: Mapping Science.” An exhibition on the power and importance of maps. At National Academy of Sciences. Through May 31.

1 “Reflections of France, Photographs from the 1940s & 1950s.” Willy Ronis displays his photographs of everyday French culture. At Kathleen Ewing Gallery. Through May 31.

1 “Style in Silk: Tradition and Innovation in Chinese Fashion.” Designs by famous Chinese fashion designers and fabrics from the world’s largest silk museum in Hangzhou, China, will be displayed. At Meridian International Center. Through April 14.

1 “Through the Years.” A group exhibition of artists that Parish Gallery has featured over the past 21 years. At Parish Gallery. Through Feb. 28.

1 “Unfiltered.” D.C. artist Leslie M. Nolan exhibits intimate portraits using gestural brushwork and tension. At Touchstone. Through Feb. 24.

2 “Fabricated: An Exhibition of Wearable Art.” An exhibition featuring one-of-a-kind wearable art. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through March 3.

2 “Intimate Network: Queer artist on marriage equality and gender identity.” An exhibition of Lisa Marie Thalhammer’s paintings that explore themes of marriage equality, gender identity, polyamory, civil rights and more. At the Fridge D.C. Through Feb. 24.

2 “Mary Walker: Painting/Building.” The artist exhibits her wall-mounted sculpture constructed from wood, found pieces, hardware and other materials. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through Feb. 24.

2 “Pots, Paints and Prints.” Carol Wade and Ray Bogle exhibit various works. At ArtWorks @ 7th. Through Feb. 26.

2 Seventh Annual Photography Exhibit. Twenty-three photographs from 13 artists are exhibited, all showing a variety of photographic processes. At Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Through March 1.

2 “Skip Lawrence: Open Close.” The artist exhibits his most recent abstract paintings. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through Feb. 24.

2 “Small Gems Show Featuring the Work of Werner Drewes.” Small works of art by Drewes, Charles Jarboe, Jeremiah Stermer, Michael Moss, Arthur Day, Dena Lyons, Joan Griswold, Jacob Cooley and Pat Doherty. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through Feb. 22.

4 “Cheryl Goldsleger: The NAS Project.” Inspired by the architecture of the National Academy of Sciences Building, Goldsleger inspects and beautifies the building’s plans. At National Academy of Sciences. Through July 26.

4 “In Unison: 21 Washington, D.C., Artists.” A group effort by 21 Washington artists to expand on the art of printmaking. At George Mason University, Mason Hall Atrium Gallery. Through March 6.

4 “Inside/Outside.” This group exhibition features paintings, sculpture and ceramics. At Northern Virginia ART Center. Through March 2.

4 “The Best of All Worlds . . .Traditional and Modern Art.” This dual exhibition features works by realist painter Bradley Stevens and modern sculptor Paul Martin Wolff. At Zenith Gallery. Through April 27.

5 Commitment and Similar Acts of Betrayal: A Contemporary Drawing Exhibit. Curated by Robin Meyer. At Montgomery College. Through March 1.

5 Joan Samworth. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through March 29.

6 “Alexandra Zealand: Memory: Things Said/Things Unsaid.” The artist exhibits her latest sculptural works. At Thurmont Regional Library. Through April 25.

6 “Altered.”Nancy McNamara, Cassie Taggart and Joyce Zipperer. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through March 2.

6 “Carolina Mayorga: Infestation.” The artist’s project includes performance art and installation throughout the Artisphere building. At Artisphere, Works in Progress Gallery. Through March 24.

6 “Josh DeWeese: Pottery as Expression.” The renowned ceramicist exhibits his works. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through March 10.

6 Photographers. A group exhibition featuring works by Howard Clark, Martin Evans, Stephen Hoff and Dave Montgomery. At Gallery B. Through March 2.

7 “Artomatic-Artist Retrospective.” Artomatic artists come together to reflect on their works. At Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Through Feb. 22.

8 “Craft and Character: Wasteland.” Pen and ink drawings by Matthew D. Kiehl. At Northern Virginia Community College, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center. Through March 17.

8 “Home.” Oil landscapes by painter Caroline Adams. At Susan Calloway Fine Arts. Through March 16.

8 Impressed: Contemporary editions by masters of line, color and composition.” A selection that includes Jennifer Bartlett, Wolf Kahn, Ellsworth Kelly and William Kentridge. At Neptune Fine Art. Through March 9.

→8 **Jimmy Miracle. The artist weaves multicolored thread through found objects such as air conditioners and furniture. At Flashpoint. Through March 9.

8 “Wine & Dine.” This new show features handmade pitchers, goblets, tableware and more created by members of the Ceramic Guild. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery. Through March 3.

9 “Benjamin Kelly: New Sculpture.” At Connersmith. Through April 6.

9 “For Love: Collection Saturday.” Seven studio buildings are open to explore and enjoy. At Workhouse Arts Center, Workhouse Campus.

9 “Lincoln Schatz: The Network.” Video portraits of contemporary American leaders and entrepreneurs. At Connersmith. Through April 6.

9 “Mason Saltarrelli: Golden Cacti.” Works on paper by the New York artist. At RandallScottProjects. Through March 9.

11 Black Artists of D.C. In celebration of Black History Month, the Brentwood Arts Exchange presents an exhibition of two- and three-dimensional artworks by members of Black Artists of D.C. (BADC). At Montpelier Arts Center. Through April 6.

11 “Show Me What You’re Working With!” A group exhibition by members of Black Artists of D.C. At Brentwood Arts Exchange at Gateway Arts Center. Through April 6.

12 New-Member Show. Photos by Soomin Ham, Tim Hyde and Fred Zafran are featured. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Multiple Exposures Gallery. Through March 24.

13 “Hearth and Home.” Unique jewelry, clothing, decorations, sculptures and more by member artists. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery. Through March 17.

13 Senior Art Show. Artwork by Marymount University students. At Marymount University, Barry Gallery. Through March 1.

14 “Home Tweet Home: Art for the Birds.” Twenty birdhouses of different sizes and shapes, made from a variety of materials. At Annmarie Garden. Through Sept. 2.

15 “A World Apart: Anna Ancher and the Skagen Art Colony.” Paintings and oil sketches by the Danish modern painter and her fellow Skagen artists, a close-knit artist colony in the country’s Jutland peninsula. At National Museum of Women in the Arts. Through May 12.

15 “Michelle Peterson-Albandoz.” A collection of works by the painter and mixed-media artist, including her wood constructions made from recycled wood collected from urban areas. At Long View Gallery. Through March 24.

15 “Red.” A group exhibition of works by contemporary and early-20th-century printmakers that feature the color red. At the Old Print Gallery. Through April 13.

16 Annette Isham and Jerry Truong. Works by the two Hamiltonian Fellows are featured. At Hamiltonian Gallery. Through March 23.

16 “Pulse: Art and Medicine.” Artwork inspired by medical science, including a 13-foot-long double helix, 3-D medical renderings, X-ray scans of toys, blown-glass bacteria and more. At Mansion at Strathmore. Through April 13.

20 “Are We Still Afloat?” Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates large-scale installations using recycled, everyday items. This time, she collected a thousand shirts from people in the D.C. area and converted them into a hanging sculpture of a boat that had been split in two. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center, Hall of States. Through March 17.

20 Game Play Space. As a part of the Nordic Cool 2013 festival, mobile video games created by programmers from the Nordic region will be celebrated. Visitors will be able to play some of these games on iPads set up in the Kennedy Center’s South Gallery. At Kennedy Center. Through March 17.

20 Lego exhibit and play space. This interactive exhibit allows guests to create sculptures using the popular children’s toys. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center. Through March 17.

20 Marilee Shapiro: “A Collection, 100 Years in the Making.” The 89-year-old sculptor turned graphic designer created the works in this exhibition using skills learned in a computer graphics course she took at the Corcoran. At Gallery plan b. Through March 31.

20 “New Nordic: Architecture and Identity.” This exhibition from the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark explores the connection between architecture and culture. In “Five Nordic Houses/Pavilions,” five Nordic architects constructed homes in the styles of their own countries, and “What Is Nordic?” is a collection of dioramas focusing on modern, Nordic identity. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center. Through March 17.

20 “Nobel Prize.” Named for Alfred Nobel, the wealthy Swedish scientist who invented dynamite, the Nobel Prize has been awarded for achievements in chemistry, literature, economic sciences, physiology, physics and peace since 1901. This exhibition takes a look at Nobel Prize laureates from each category. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center, Grand Foyer. Through March 17.

20 “Nordic Design Illustrated.” This exhibition celebrates Nordic contemporary design and craftsmanship by displaying the work of almost 30 Nordic designers. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center. Through March 17.

20 “Our World, Our Future: Youth Making a Difference Through Creativity, Technology and Art.” Videos of children from Nordic countries explaining how they are helping their schools, homes and communities push toward a sustainable future. Part of Nordic Cool 2013. At Kennedy Center. Through March 17.

20 Student/faculty show. This annual exhibition features paintings, stained-glass ceramics, sculpture and more. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through March 3.

20 “Northern Lights.” Danish lighting designer Jesper Kongshaug re-creates the effects of the aurora borealis on the Kennedy Center’s facade. The “Northern Lights” will be visible each evening of the Nordic Cool festival from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. At Kennedy Center. Through March 15.

21 “The Next Wave: Industrial Design Innovation in the 21st Century.” This 4,000-square-foot exhibition explores innovation in product designs from Spain, Italy, Belgium, Britain, Scandinavia and the United States. At Artisphere, Terrace Gallery. Through May 19.

23 “Aline Feldman: Recent Prints.” Landscapes and cityscapes created in the white-line woodcut tradition. At Marsha Mateyka. Through March 30.

23 “Andrea Way: Venetian Dream.” Paintings by the artist. At Curator’s Office. Through March 30.

25 “Chinese Scrolls From the Collection of Dr. Chi Wang.” Chinese scrolls from the 15th to 16th centuries are exhibited. At George Mason University, Fine Arts Gallery. Through March 20.

26 Selected Works by School of Art Photography Students. An exhibition of student photography. At George Mason University, Gallery 123. Through March 22.

27 “Gute Aussichten: Young German Photographers 2012/2013.” Photos by seven winners of Germany’s annual competition for graduate photography students. At Goethe-Institut. Through April 12.

MARCH

1 “Abstract Painting without the Angst.” Works by Linda Touby. At Alex Gallery, Gallery A. Through April 30.

1 “Great Women Artists of Color 1948-2000.” Works by African American, Latino, Caribbean, Chicano and Native American artists are featured. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through March 31.

1 “Icons.” Steve Alderton paints his figurative subjects with expressionistic flair with a throwback to the style techniques of Byzantine icons. At Touchstone. Through March 31.

1 “International Glass and Clay 2013.” Artomatic presents this international glass and clay exhibition, featuring work from area artists, as well as artists from Sunderland, England. At Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Through March 22.

1 “It’s Greek to Me.” Artist Timothy Johnson showcases his reinterpretation of Greek mythology through classic portraiture with a 21st-century twist. At Touchstone. Through March 31.

1 Jungmin Park: “The City Stories.” Park displays her new work inspired by the relationship between cities, nature and people. At Hillyer Art Space. Through March 29.

1 “Latina USA.” Works by Latina artists based in the U.S. Includes pieces by Myrna Baez, Gloria Cordova, Esther Hernandez, Ana Mendieta and more. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through March 31.

1 Narciso Maisterra: “New Work.” Maisterra uses human figures to create original and thought-provoking landscapes. At Hillyer Art Space. Through March 29.

1 “Outside the Box.” Paintings and sculptures by David Suter. At Gallery A. Through April 30.

1 “Power Art.” A juried show featuring artwork created from nontraditional materials. At Del Ray Artisans. Through March 31.

1 “Tree Paintings.” Oil paintings by VCU/Corcoran professor Kurt Godwin. At Cross MacKenzie Gallery. Through April 3.

1 “Women Artists from Panama.” Paintings, sculptures, video and photos by women in Panama. Pieces from the 1960s to today will be featured. At IDB Cultural Center. Through June 1.

2 “Amy Lin: Diffusion.” The artist displays her delicate colored pencil drawings. At Addison/Ripley. Through April 27.

2 “Artists on the Rise: A Teen Juried Competition.” This juried exhibition showcases local teens and their talent in the visual arts. At Montpelier Arts Center, Resident Artist Gallery. Through March 28.

2 “Cultural Icons.” Ray and Phyllis Noble exhibit their latest colorful glass works. At ArtWorks @ 7th. Through March 31.

2 “Ephemeral: Interpretations of the Cherry Blossom.” The exhibition explores moments in art where Washington’s cherry blossoms are captured. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through April 7.

2 “Frederick All-County Student Exhibit.” Selected artwork from students K-12 from Frederick County Public Schools. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through March 30.

2 “HELLO my name is.” This group exhibition features works by 70 graffiti artists from around the world. At the Fridge D.C. Through March 31.

2 “Jim Hamann: My Backyard.” Photographs of everyday life in Frederick, Md. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through April 20.

2 “John Francis Murray.” Landscapes, stilllifes and portraits by the former Bureau of Engraving and Printing banknote designer. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through March 21.

2 “Kesra Hofman: All Sides of a Place.” A collection of work that explores the concept of seeing a space in varying light. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through April 28.

3 Lien Yau. Mixed-media paintings. At Parish Gallery. Through March 13.

4 Kiln Club Annual Show. Ceramic pieces by Kiln Club members are featured. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery. Through March 30.

4 “Real and Imagined.” This group exhibition features photography, sculpture and more. At Northern Virginia ART Center. Through March 31.

6 All-Media Exhibit. Works by Art League members are displayed. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through April 1.

6 Landscapes. Paintings by local artists Richard Levine, Agron Pire and Mark Joseph Williams. At Gallery B. Through March 30.

6 Tribute to Ceramics. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through March 29.

7 “State of Emergency.” Mixed-media artist Sabyna Sterrett wove, crocheted and hooked recycled bags together for this solo installation. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through April 1.

8 “All That Art.” Selected works from the gallery’s All That Art auction are exhibited. At Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Chaney and Martino Galleries. Through March 22.

8 “Laurel Art Guild Juried Exhibition.” This juried exhibition showcases local artists who are 18 and older whose works vary from painting to drawing to photography and more. At Montpelier Arts Center. Through March 31.

→9 “**Expansions.” Mixed-media installations by selected artists from Transformer’s “FlatFile” program. At Transformer. Through April 13.

9 “March 150 — Fundraiser Exhibition.” Features works by local artists. Proceeds support the March of Dimes. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through March 17.

9 “Outloud Artists, Abstract Painters.” Twelve artists create paintings and collages in intuitive abstract styles. At Montpelier Arts Center, Library Gallery. Through April 26.

10 “Better Treasures” Art Sale and Silent Auction. An annual art sale benefiting the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington’s art gallery. At Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Through March 24.

12 “Mutations: Work by Robin Meyer.”Meyer explores mankind’s effect on nature in her drawings, paintings and multimedia work. At Montgomery College. Through April 5.

15 “Dan Gray: Seeking Provision.” The artist showcases his sculpture and installation work that blends personal and public technologies. At Civilian Art Projects. Through April 20.

15 “Erick Jackson: Folks.” A selection of the artist’s narrative paintings inspired by his dreams and visions. At Civilian Art Projects. Through April 20.

15 Hiroshi Jacobs & Casey Hughes. An installation examining the relationship between dimensionality and flatness. At Flashpoint. Through April 13.

15 “No Boundaries.” Artwork by individuals with disabilities who are enrolled in therapeutic art classes. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through April 26.

15 Shirley Woodson. Mixed-media paintings. At Parish Gallery. Through April 16.

15 “Text/Message: A Teen Art Exhibit.” A teen exhibit featuring creative writing, visual and performing art. At Annmarie Garden. Through April 28.

15 “Visual Storyteller: The Narrative in Art.” Howard County public school students explore the theme of artist as storyteller. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through April 26.

16 “Incarceration: Visions of Confinement.” Presented by the Workhouse Prison Museum, this exhibition showcases art selected from the Workhouse Artists who explore the history and sensibility of prisons. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through April 7.

16 “Michael Bevilacqua: New Paintings.” The first D.C. solo exhibition by the New York-based artist. At RandallScottProjects. Through April 13.

17 “Trees: The World’s Greatest Cooperators.” This group exhibition celebrates the symbiotic relationship between humans and trees. At Zenith Gallery. Through June 1.

19 “Sculptural Elements, Found Objects.” Gallery artists use repurposed items to create 3-D sculptures and more. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery. Through April 21.

20 “Festival of the Arts: Student Exhibition.” Works by Marymount University students is featured. At Marymount University, Barry Gallery. Through May 2.

22 “Spotlight.” Exhibition featuring Lukman Ahmad’s paintings. At Northern Virginia Community College, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center. Through April 28.

23 “Gordon Parks.” A selection of photographs from one of the seminal figures in 20th-century American photography. At Adamson. Through May 11.

22 The Harmonious Art Group. The group of artists presents their Chinese brush paintings. At Bohrer Park Activity Center. Through May 19.

23 Julie Wolfe. Works by the painter and jewelry designer. At Hemphill. Through May 18.

23 Newly Juried Artists. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through March 30.

23 “Outside.” Three drawings and seven paintings of plants and animals by Josh Dihle. At Pleasant Plains Workshop. Through April 20.

25 “DCist Exposed 2013.” An annual photo competition featuring images of local culture. At Long View Gallery. Through April 7.

28 Julie van Hemert/Shelley Lowell Exhibits. Van Hemert’s work is displayed alongside Lowell’s “Paintings and Poetry” collection. At Howard Community College. Through April 28.

29 Arts Entwine, Carol Bucklin, Ray Burns and Fran Stetina. Local artists come together to present a multimedia exhibit. At Arts Barn. Through May 26.

29 “Ceramica de los Ancestros: Central America’s Past Revealed.” Central American ceramics from 1000 B.C. to the present. At National Museum of the American Indian. Through Sept. 1, 2014.

30 “Color Causality: Action and Reaction.” Artist Shaun Rabah explores the relationship between cause and effect in this collection of minimalistic paintings. At Susan Calloway Fine Arts. Through May 4.

30 “Donny Finley.” The Alabama native paints country landscapes as well as city scenes and architecture. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through April 18.

30 Mike Thompson. A solo exhibition of Thompson’s work. At Hamiltonian Gallery. Through May 4.

APRIL

1 “Juan Boza: Un Santuario.” This tribute to the late Afro-Cuban artist features film and video. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through April 30.

1 “The Natural World: Patio and Garden.” As a complement to the Art League’s “Flora and Fauna” exhibit, Ceramic Guild potters create flowerpots, patio art and more. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery. Through May 5.

1 “Transformations of Ink and Paper.” Artwork by Kit-Keung Kan, Freda Lee-McCann and In-soon Shin that was inspired by Asian traditions of painting and calligraphy. At Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center. Through May 24.

2 Bobbi Shulman. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through April 29.

2 Annual Members Juried Exhibition. Prints, artist books and handmade paper by local artists. At Pyramid Atlantic Art Center. Through April 27.

3 “Fair Focus.” Works by Maya Freelon Asante, Kesha Bruce, Rosemary Feit Covey, Nathaniel Donnett, Victor Ekpuk, Katherine Hattam, William Mackinnon, Julia Fernandez-Pol and Vonn Sumner. In conjunction with Morton Fine Art. At Gallery B. Through April 27.

3 “Flora & Fauna.” Works by Art League artists that are inspired by nature. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through May 6.

3 “Friends Mentor Show.” Work by Alexandria high school students and their mentors. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through April 7.

3 Kevin H. Adams. Landscape paintings by the artist. At Gallery plan b. Through May 12.

3 “Seasons in Nature and Life.” Etchings, drawings and sculptures by local artist and designer Margaret Adams Parker. At Washington Printmakers Gallery. Through April 28.

4 “Everyday Gods & Goddesses.” Oil paintings by Linda Lawler. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through May 6.

4 “Latino U.S.: Cotidiano.” This is an exhibition of new-wave Latino photography. At former Spanish ambassador’s residence. Through May 12.

5 “Ceramic Vessels.” Fine-art vessels by New York designer and ceramic artist Kathy Erteman. At Cross MacKenzie Gallery. Through May 1.

5 Fawna Xiao: “New Work.” Xiao presents her original prints of raw textures and rich colors. At Hillyer Art Space. Through April 26.

5 Gaithersburg Fine Arts Association. The City of Gaithersburg hosts the Gaithersburg Fine Arts Association to present a multimedia exhibition. Viewing by appointment only. At Kentlands Mansion. Through May 31.

5 Heather Day: “Sideways.” Day’s multimedia work reflects the relationship between decay and upkeep while relying heavily on the human experience with each piece. At Hillyer Art Space. Through April 26.

5 “Jacqueline Lee.” The artist mixes media, creating an exhibition combining photography and quilting that in the end makes a photo quilt that celebrates the lives of notable black women in history. At Montpelier Arts Center, Resident Artist Gallery. Through April 30.

5 “Journey to Lo Manthang.” Leslie Johnston reflects on her trek to Lo Manthang, Nepal, through a series of paintings. At Touchstone. Through April 28.

5 “Pagan Dreams.” Artist Janet Wheeler constructs ancient and spiritual objects with a mysterious past. At Touchstone. Through April 28.

5 “Rania Hassan.” The artist uses knitting and painting to connect friends, family and the idea of home. At Montpelier Arts Center, Main Gallery. Through May 27.

5 “Spirit of Washington.” FotoDC switches up its annual spring photo contest, challenging this year’s participants to “capture the true essence of D.C.’s diverse neighborhoods.” At Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Through April 26.

5 “The Living Gallery Exhibition.” Artwork from the Living Gallery Studio is exhibited. At Annmarie Garden. Through May 19.

5 “Turn On Your Masters.” Artists pay homage to those who have influenced them. At Del Ray Artisans. Through April 28.

6 2013 Capital Art Fair. Area artists’ works are displayed. At the Rosslyn Westpark Hotel. Through April 7.

6 2013 Capital Art Fair. The fourth annual Capital Art Fair will feature historic prints of the Washington area, prints by local, contemporary artists and more. At Holiday Inn Rosslyn. Through April 7.

6 “Athena Tacha: Drawings.” An overview of the well-known artist’s drawings from the 1980s to the present. At Marsha Mateyka. Through May 11.

6 Julia Musengo and Kathleen Addario. The two artists partner to exhibit their latest work. At ArtWorks @ 7th. Through April 30.

→6 “**Kathryn Cornelius: Let’s Never Be Strangers Again.” Mixed-media pieces by the artist. At Curator's Office. Through May 11.

6 “Nancy Breslin: Pinhole Projects.” Photographs by pinhole and toy cameras. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through April 28.

6 “Stephan Estrada: By The Sea.” Oil paintings that explore the ocean’s edge. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through April 28.

7 “Color and Light.” Member artists focus on the use of color in these works. At Northern Virginia ART Center. Through May 4.

7 “JCC of Greater Washington, 100 Years in the Making.” As part of the JCC of Greater Washington’s Centennial Celebration, the Goldman Art Gallery will display photos and videos of the JCCGW over the years. At Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Through April 28.

7 “Walk on the Wild Side.” This all-media juried show focuses on animal life. At Northern Virginia ART Center. Through May 4.

10 “Alex Mayer.” The artist showcases his latest sculptures. At George Mason University, Fine Arts Gallery. Through May 2.

10 Lori Ann Boocks, Oletha DeVane, Nina Chung Dwyer. At BlackRock Center for the Arts. Through April 27.

10 “Options 2013.” Sixteen emerging local artists will be represented at Washington Project for the Art’s biennial exhibition. At Arlington Arts Center. Through June 9.

10 “Trash Talk.” An all-media exhibition featuring works made from repurposed objects. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through April 28.

11 “Print Show.” Featuring work by Eve Stockton, Bryan Nash Gill, Laura Berman and Natasha Karpinskaya. At Long View Gallery. Through April 28.

12 “A Thousand Days.” Examine John F. Kennedy’s time in office and his family life through a documentary video of original footage and interviews. The film is one in a series of events at the museum that marks the 50th anniversary of the former president’s death. At Newseum. Through Jan. 5.

12 “Anima Mundi.” Sculptor Claire McArdle displays more than 20 of her clay, marble and bronze sculptures. At Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Chaney Gallery. Through June 9.

13 High School Congressional Art Competition. A showcase of art created by high school students who hail from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through May 26.

13 “Weimar Germany and Its Artists: Works by Beckmann, Dix, Grosz, Kollwitz and others.” At Robert Brown Gallery. Through May 23.

18 “Drawing for Art.” A two-week pop-up exhibition of work by local artists. Visitors are invited to purchase raffle tickets to win a piece of artwork at the finale party. At Mansion at Strathmore. Through April 28.

18 “Drawings by Rula Jones.” Drawings by the local artist and art instructor. At McLean Project for the Arts, McLean Community Center. Through June 1.

→18 “**Sprays, Dusts and Aerosols: A Chemical Revolution.” An installation by David D’Orio and Nils Henrick Sundqvist. At McLean Project for the Arts, McLean Community Center. Through June 1.

19 “Anna Tsouhlarakis: In Other Words: A Native Primer.” An installation that incorporates text, video and audio components to explore contemporary Native American identity. At Flashpoint. Through May 18.

19 Helen Elliott. At Parish Gallery. Through May 14.

20 “Grand Procession: Dolls from the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection.” Intricate figurines made of buffalo hair, porcupine quills and shells from the Plains and Plateau American Indian tribes. At National Museum of the American Indian. Through Jan. 5.

20 James Busby. At RandallScottProjects. Through May 18.

20 “Joseph Sheppard.” The artist’s figurative paintings, landscapes and still lifes are featured. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through May 10.

22 “Corcoran College of Art and Design 2013 Graduates, a Pop-up Exhibition.” The Corcoran’s 2013 graduating class takes over the Brentwood Arts Exchange to showcase their work. At Brentwood Arts Exchange at Gateway Arts Center. Through April 27.

23 Painting Inspiration: Hundertwasser. Pieces inspired by the works of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery. Through May 19.

27 “Koen Vanmechelen: (Work From Documenta 13).” Recent work by the Belgian conceptual artist. At Connersmith. Through June 22.

27 “My Kind of Magic.” Curated by gallery artist Beau Chamberlain, the exhibition features multiple painters as they address the surreal and mystical. At Project 4. Through June 1.

30 “Others: A National Salvation Army Week exhibit.” Photos and artifacts highlighting the history and impact of the Salvation Army will be displayed. At Edison Place Gallery. Through May 17.

MAY

1 “Foundry Gallery Artists in Bethesda.” Pieces by artists Fran Abrams, Nancy Donnelly, Naomi Taitz Duffy, Judy Gilbert Levey, Donna K. McGee, Robert Wiener and Patricia Zannie. At Gallery B. Through May 25.

1 “Michel Moulimois, The Real Surreal” and Consuela Vallina’s “Contemporary Work From Spain.” This dual exhibition features paintings by Moulimois and Vallina. At Gallery A. Through June 2.

1 “Painting Ancient Beauty.” Works by Dee Levinson are featured. At Alex Gallery, Gallery A. Through June 2.

→2 “**Gian Garofalo.” The painter drew inspiration from the works of Gene Davis, Ian Davenport and Markus Linnenbrink to create this series. At Long View Gallery. Through June 2.

2 “Judith Kornett.” The artist creates wood and raku-fired ceramic sculptures with an emphasis on texture and a psychological undertone. At Montpelier Arts Center, Resident Artist Gallery. Through June 26.

2 Spring Student Exhibition. Work by art students at Howard Community College is displayed. At Howard Community College. Through May 16.

3 “16th Annual T.C. Williams Student Art Exhibition.” A student art show, jointly presented with the T. C. Williams High School art department. At Del Ray Artisans. Through May 12.

3 “Fairies in the Garden.” Fifty handmade homes for fairies and gnomes. At Annmarie Garden. Through Sept. 2.

3 “Instructors Show.” Montpelier Arts Center class instructors showcase their own artistic talents. At Montpelier Arts Center, Main Gallery. Through May 26.

3 “Issues of Freedom Part One.” This exhibition features works by 40 prominent American artists of color. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through June 30.

3 Lara Bandilla: “New Work.” Bandilla uses bright lights to convey hyper-realistic clarity in her artwork while attempting to capture everyday moments. At Hillyer Art Space. Through May 31.

3 “Life Is Too Serious III.” Marcia Coppel showcases her whimsical drawings. At Touchstone. Through June 2.

3 Melanie Kehoss: “New Work.” Kehoss uses the medium of paper to demonstrate the ways in which the human-made world and the natural world interact. At Hillyer Art Space. Through May 31.

3 “New Photographs from the Vine Series.” New work in local artist John Brown’s series of photo-assemblages. At Cross MacKenzie Gallery. Through June 1.

3 “The Death of Fear.” Nelson Gutierrez used ink and pencil on paper to create the drawings featured in this exhibition. At Northern Virginia Community College, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center. Through June 9.

4 Annual Juried Exhibit. Open to all media, the show is juried by Gerald Ross. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through June 23.

4 “Beyond Function.” This exhibition focuses on non-functional ceramic works meant to be valued for their aesthetics over usefulness. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Through June 2.

4 “Bud Shoots and Flourish.” Works on paper by Carol Barsha. At Reyes + Davis. Through May 31.

4 Creative Crafts Council 29th Biennial. Handmade crafts by area artisans. At Mansion at Strathmore. Through June 13.

4 “Deborah Winram.” An exhibit of photography by Shepherd University students. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through July 28.

4 Diana Manchak. The local artist showcases her latest clay works. At ArtWorks @ 7th. Through May 28.

4 Group Exhibition. Carol Brown Goldberg serves as guest curator of this group show. At Addison/Ripley. Through June 29.

4 “Jennie Kimbrough: Mortal Vestige, Immortal Flight.” An encaustic collage that explores the concept of impermanence. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through July 14.

4 “John Kachik: Politics and Portraits, a Retrospective of Original Illustrations.” Original illustrations commissioned by magazines and design firms from the 1980s and 1990s. At Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center. Through June 23.

4 New Works by Pleasant Plains Workshop Resident Artists. Pieces by the workshop’s seven resident artists. At Pleasant Plains Workshop. Through June 15.

6 “Alternative Photo Process.” School of Art Photography students demonstrate the technical art of photo processing. At George Mason University, Fine Arts Gallery. Through May 24.

6 “O’Mother Dear.” Handmade ceramics by the Kiln Club potters. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery. Through June 2.

6 “Plein Air Group Show.” A showcase of paintings created outside. At Brunswick Branch Library. Through July 24.

6 “Plein Air Group Show.” Landscape paintings constructed on location outside. At Thurmont Regional Library. Through July 24.

6 “Plein Air Group Show.” Painting exhibition where the works were created on location outside. At Urbana Regional Library. Through July 24.

6 “Sharing of Spirit.” Interpretations of spring are depicted in these works. At Northern Virginia ART Center. Through June 1.

8 All-Media Exhibit. Varied works by Art League members. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through June 3.

9 “One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure.” Alexandria-based sculptor Noah Williams creates sculptures entirely out of discarded objects. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery. Through June 3.

10 “Anne Bagby, Jack Girard, Liz Wolf.” A showcase of work by the artists. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through June 23.

10 “Poetic Visions.” An exhibition of oil and acrylic paintings and mixed-media works by Brenda Kingery. At Susan Calloway Fine Arts. Through June 8.

10 “Resident Visual Artists’ Exhibit 2013.” Artists with studios at the Howard County Center for the Arts showcase their work. At Howard County Center for the Arts. Through June 23.

→11 **Milana Braslavsky and Matthew Mann. Works by the two Hamiltonian Fellows. At Hamiltonian Gallery. Through June 15.

11 “Allen Linder, Benedict Oddi, Christina Osheim.” Drawings, paintings and sculptures by the three artists. At Brentwood Arts Exchange at Gateway Arts Center. Through June 29.

12 “Terminators.” A group exhibition by Norwegian art collective No Place. At Transformer. Through June 15.

15 Karen Hubacher and Sabri Ben-Achour. Paintings by Hubacher and sculptures by Ben-Achour are displayed. At Gallery plan b. Through June 16.

18 “Joseph Holston.” An exhibition of the local artist’s cubist paintings. At Marin-Price Galleries. Through June 13.

18 Nicholas & Sheila Pye. Photography and film. At Curator’s Office. Through June 22.

19 “A Lifetime of Perspective: Art by Older Adults.” Works by amateur artists 65 and older. At Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Through June 5.

21 “Through the Lens of D.C. Youth.” Critical Exposure, a local organization that teaches young people to advocate for social change through photography, hosts its eighth annual spring exhibit. At Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Through June 7.

21 “Under the Microscope.” Microscopic life forms are examined in this exhibition. At Torpedo Factory Art Center, Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery. Through June 16.

→24 **Victoria Fu. The artist uses film projections and graphite drawings to explore representations of memory and time. At Flashpoint. Through June 22.

24 “Watercolors, Pastels and Oils.” Artists Matthew Baker, Regina Price and Yolanda Prinsloo present their various works on paper. At Bohrer Park Activity Center. Through July 21.

25 “Lyle Ashton Harris.” An exhibition including collages, photographs, film stills and film inspired by the artist’s sociopolitical observation of contemporary Ghana. At Adamson. Through June 29.

JUNE

→1 **Bethesda Painting Awards. Artists from D.C., Maryland and Virginia compete for cash prizes in this annual juried art competition. At Gallery B. Through June 29.

1 “Issues of Freedom Part Two.” The second installment in the gallery’s 40th-anniversary exhibition features works by Latino and ex-Soviet artists created between 1960 and 1998. There will also be a tribute to the late Norton Dodge. At Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center. Through June 30.

1 Robert Kingston. A solo exhibition featuring works by the Los Angeles-based abstract artist. At RandallScottProjects. Through June 29.

1 “Urban Decay 4.” The exhibition explores urban art. At Workhouse Arts Center, McGuireWoods Gallery. Through July 28.

1 “Wabi Sabi.” Artists Alinda Heron and Nancy Jung-Warmke exhibit their latest paintings. At ArtWorks @ 7th. Through June 30.

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The artist’s “The Shaped Paintings, 1991-1993” revisits his abstract work on non-rectangular canvases, such as his 1992 piece of art “Roundelay,” above.

 
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