Small Works Kitchen Series Exhibition This Fall 2017
The Arlington, Virginia Central Public Library in Ballston will hold an art exhibit during September and October 2017 displaying 17 small works titled "The Kitchen Series" by local Washington metropolitan artist Michele Soule. Inspiration is derived from her love of home and cooking for and with family and friends. The public is invited to view and enjoy the still life and plein air paintings. A reception to celebrate the event will be announced. Sign up on the Contact page to receive announcements and Michele's blog on art, openings, and tips for artists.
"Faces and Places" Gallery Exhibition September 2014
The Yellow Barn Gallery at Glen Echo Park in Md. announces an art opening “Faces and Places” for oil painters Sandra Fritter and Michele Soule to be held September 13 and 14. The exhibit will present more than 60 paintings in landscape, figure, and still life and will hang in the gallery from 12 noon to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. The work displays the artists' personal vision of many local scenes painted plein air and the people encountered along the way.
Artists Fritter and Soule study art with Yellow Barn founder Walter Bartman and other nationally-renowned professional artists. In 2013 and 2014, Fritter, an impressionist with a fresh and lively style, won several awards for her paintings exhibited in juried shows at the Kentlands Mansion, the Women’s Club, Chevy Chase, and through the Montgomery Village Art Organization. Soule's work has appeared in juried shows at the Washington Studio School in Washington DC.
The exhibit is open to the public.