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November 2015

November 2015 Art Exhibition
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Opening Reception
Friday, November 6, 2015
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
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Exhibition Dates
November 6 – 28, 2015
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Monroe and MacFeely Galleries
Kristin Herzog
Judith Judy
Wil Scott
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Curator: Dr. Erich Keel, Former Head of Education at the Kreegar Museum
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About the Artists
 

Kristin Herzog, On the National Mall IX, acrylic on canvas

Kristin Herzog is based in Northern Virginia and studied drawing and painting at Sweet Briar College with Loren Oliver. During her college years, she also took classes with Bauhaus artist Kurt Kranz in Hamburg, Germany. She recieved her MFA from George Washington University.  Herzog has traveled the world through art. She has been awarded an art residency in both Cowwarr, Australia and  Schwandorf, Germany, two residencies in Auvillar, France, and a month in El Bruc, Spain. She has also had 3 residencies at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts.

During her career as a publication designer Ms. Herzog won over 24 national and regional awards and taught for a combined total of nine years on the faculties at the University of Florida (1992–1999) and Indiana University (1989–90). Her work has been juried into over 80 regional, national and international shows in nineteen states, and won 17 awards. Her solo shows in 2012 and 2013 have taken place at The Arts Club of Washington, D.C., and The Thayer Gallery, Braintree, MA (2013).
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Judith Judy, A Time to Remember, oil on board

Judith Judy earned a degree in Fine Art from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland.  After spending several years in a business career, she continued her studies in oil painting at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia, The Vander Zee School, and various workshops and independent studies.  She trained with painter and lithographer Marcel Salinas.  Mr. Salinas was personally chosen by Picasso to produce images of his work.
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Judy has participated in a number of juried shows and has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Judy was one of the featured artists in Washington Spaces magazine’s summer 2007 article “Celebrating Art: A look at the Regions Artistic Diversity”.   A review of Judith’s solo show “Beyond the Real” at Alex Gallery, Washington D.C. was published in the Washington Post Arts section, June 21, 2013.  Her work is also the subject of critical review by Florie Gilbard and Eleanor Kennelly, and is finding its way into private collections in the United States and abroad.Judy maintains studios in both Northern Virginia and Fenwick Island, Delaware.
She is currently represented by Philip Morton Gallery in Rehoboth Beach, DE., Gallery Piquel in New Hope, PA., and Blank Slate Gallery in Sarasota, FL.
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Wil Scott, Flow 2, photograph

Wil Scott attended Dickinson College where an  introductory art history class sparked his interest in photography. Scott spent thirty years as a museum educator at the National Gallery of Art which kept him in constant contact with the work of great photographers. Leading groups of more than one hundred visitors through the exhibition had an impact on him and since about 2010, he has carried a camera most of the time.  Wil Scott has shown in both national and international exhibitions, spanning from Los Angeles to Budapest.
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Spilsbury Gallery
Lorna Aldrich is the November featured artist in the club’s Spilsbury Gallery, a cooperative run by club members. Other participating artists include: Cherry Baumbusch, Buzz Covington, Vicki Doyle, Susanne Eisinger, Merete M. Evans, Jack Hannula, Martine Khadr-Van Schoote, Peggy McNutt, Ruth Meixner-Bird, and Earl Tester.
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Image: Lorna Aldrich, Coastal Rocks, Maine, oil on canvas
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Hours
Hours
The Arts Club is open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Friday and 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday. The Club is closed on Sunday and Monday. Hours are subject to change. Galleries are free and open to the public.
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