Upcoming at Transformer – Sketch

OPENING DAY: April 2; 1-7pm
DRAW-INS: April 23 & 30; 2-6pm
ARTIST TALKS: April 2; 2-3pm and April 7 & 28; 5-6pm

Transformer is proud to present Sketch, an exhibition investigating how artists develop their work. Sketch features sketchbooks created by 16 DC based artists working in a variety of different mediums. As part of Sketch, Transformer will host a series of artist talks, and “draw-ins” led by artist Reuben Breslar. Sketch audiences are also invited to create their own sketches directly on Transformer’s walls to be displayed side by side with the innovative sketchbooks of DC’s emerging artists.

In tandem with Sketch, Transformer is pleased to co-present the DC stop of Brooklyn based Art House Co-op’s nationally touring The Sketchbook Project, taking place at Hillyer Art Space April 15 & 16.

Sketch Artists: Erin Boland, Yelena Bryksenkova, Mei Mei Chang, Bradley Chriss, Oreen Cohen, John Deamond, Stephen Gibson, Elizabeth Graeber, Felipe Goncalves, Khanh Le, Emilia Olsen, Chul Beom Park, Adrian Parson, Ben Tolman, Jenny Walton, Stephanie Williams.

The full press release is available here: http://www.transformergallery.org/pdfs/Transformer-Sketch.pd

Please contact me at elizabeth@transformergallery.org for any additional information.

Elizabeth England, Gallery Manager
1404 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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