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Beth Hess is a regular at the D.C. GlassWorks studio in Edmonston. The “crafter-in-chief” at Wunder Around, the College Park resident talked with the Hyattsville Wire by email about how she got started in glass. How did you get into … Continue reading
Grayson Heck isn’t just an advocate for artists, he’s also an artist himself. Through his work at the artdc Gallery in Arts District Hyattsville’s Lustine Center, the Riverdale Park resident promotes a lot of local artists. This past weekend, he … Continue reading
“Stories of Image Becoming,” by artdc Gallery’s Grayson Heck in collaboration with Melissa Glasser, was screened Saturday at the Brentwood Arts Exchange.
artdc Gallery’s latest exhibition takes a closer look at wood. The gallery in the Lustine Center in Arts District Hyattsville will host a reception Saturday, July 7, from 7 to 10 p.m. for its newest show, “Against the Grain.” The … Continue reading
One of artdc Gallery’s longest-lasting pieces of art was supposed to be temporary. The art gallery in the Lustine Center of Arts District Hyattsville painted directions on the sidewalk during last year’s Hyattsville Arts Festival. Artdc founder Jesse Cohen told … Continue reading
“Incite” by Joseph A. Corcoran is showing at the artdc Gallery June 9-24 as part of the 2012 Patron’s Exhibit. The piece, made of blown glass and argon gas, is listed at $1,200. Corcoran is currently an instructor at D.C. … Continue reading
On Saturday, artdc.org will hold its 2012 Patron’s Exhibit showcasing a wide range of work from artists who support the organization. The exhibit will feature paintings, sculptures, photography and more. There’s no gallery commission for this event, so 100 percent of sales … Continue reading