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The six artists appearing in INTIMATE gathering presumably know each other’s idiosyncrasies–they share studio space together at Red Dirt Studio. Their group show now on view at Bethesda’s WAS gallery invites the viewer into their close orbits as personal details and self-reflections are put ...
WAS gallery is an alternative and independent art gallery showing artists in the Washington, DC metro area. The 475 square foot gallery, which is housed in Westwood Center II in Bethesda, MD, promotes the works of emerging and established local artists. Since it opened it's doors in February, 2017, WAS has mounted solo, two person, and group shows featuring contemporary fine art in a range of media including painting, sculpture, printmaking, video, and photography.
Joumana (Jo) Moukarim is the founder and director of WAS gallery. Besides running the gallery, Joumana also provides art consulting advice to budding collectors, interior decorators, and business entities.
For inquiries on the artists or artworks featured at WAS gallery, please contact Joumana: 202.361.5223 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The gallery adjoins 3 artist studios, which are available to rent. Please contact for more information. Note: Studios are currently full.
"To Be Shared" by Alexandra N Sherman, Watercolor on Arches HP, 2018, 8 x 10 in.