“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.