Arts Barn Exhibition

WITKTV was at the Arts Barn in Gaithersburg, MD U.S.A. for the reception of an art exhibition on Tuesday, August 13.  It was a pleasant evening, cooler than usual and a relief from the humid summer heat. There are four artists in this exceptional display. Dennis Crayon is a contemporary realist painter, who uses  modern composition aesthetics. Mary Exline enjoys the interplay of abstracted forms with natural elements, such as trees and blades of grass. Mary Jo Torrey has a expert hand in using the Encaustic paintng technique.  This is a must see exhibition.

WITKTV was at the Arts Barn in Gaithersburg, MD U.S.A. for the reception of an art exhibition on Tuesday, August 13.
It was a pleasant evening, cooler than usual and a relief from the humid summer heat. There are four artists in this exceptional display. Dennis Crayon is a contemporary realist painter, who uses modern composition aesthetics. Mary Exline enjoys the interplay of abstracted forms with natural elements, such as trees and blades of grass. Mary Jo Torrey has an expert hand in using the Encaustic paintng technique. Woodwork is by Ken Gwira who keeps to his longstanding theme of: “Women is the key”, amongst other ideas. This is a must see exhibition which continues till September 29, 2013.

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From left to right: Artists Ken Gwira, Mary Exline, Mary Jo Torrey and Dennis Crayon.

Guests at the Arts Barn Exhibition:

Guests interacting over "Conversation Seat". Artwork in Mahogany wood.

Louise and Betsy interacting over “Conversation Seat” by Ken Gwira in Mahogany wood. A Dennis Crayon painting is in the corner.

Nathalie standing by "Bejewelled" made of a single piece of Wenge wood.

Nathalie standing by “Bejewelled” made of a single piece of Wenge wood.

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Dr. Jane Baumblatt and Freshman Becca Gwira enjoying art.

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About Ken Gwira

Ken Gwira is a self-taught artist living in the USA. Aside from wood sculpture, he uses words and images to help people see life through a different lens [o].
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