Join us on September 30th for the opening of our next exhibition, Disco is not dead, a solo exhibition by artist, Chris Haughery
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 30th, 5-8pm.
703 Edgewood Street NE #2
Washington, DC 20017 #2: the door is about 20 feet uphill and to the right from the Mess Hall painted wall
Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/rR9SwPoNk1N2
“Disco is not dead” is a departure from Haughery’s previous work, which focused on process and technique to reach predetermined outcomes. In this new body of work, the intent is to throw off those restrictions in order to realize a more unexpected result. Consisting of paintings and serigraph, expressive brushstrokes and vibrant color choices, viewers are invited to contemplate a sense of humor and a carefree interaction with reality.
Chris Haughery is an artist, whose work examines themes of process, memory and the mental patterns that dictate our interaction with reality. His work has been exhibited in the Philadelphia and Washington D.C. area, in group and solo exhibitions.
The event is also an open studio of the printmaking spaces of artists Bethany Hansen and Anthony Diehl, and of other artists’ studios at Edgewood Studios, one of the longest-running art studio spaces in Washington, DC.
The DC Poster Project has reached 40 different neighborhoods and locales. Time to show them all at once! The opening will be from 5–8pm on Saturday, July 29.
The event will also feature works of other Pleasant Plains Workshop artists Bethany Hansen and Chris Haughery, and other artists at Edgewood Studios will have their spaces open for visitors as well.
703 Edgewood Street NE #2
Washington, DC 20017
Find the press release here.
Find the Facebook event page here.
We’re thrilled to present our latest project which celebrates the history and current culture of DC’s Shaw Neighborhood. Between the dates of Sept 24 – Oct 2, 2016 we’ll be hosting a series of art activations, public programs, walking tours and workshops. Check out the full list of events here>>
And join us at our opening reception at A&D bar on the 24th to get your program/guide and meet the artists. Invite here>>
Poster Design by PPW artist, Anthony Dihle / Victory Dance Creative
Pleasant Plains Workshop seeks fun, creative and community-focused projects and programming to coincide with “What’s Going On: Voices of Shaw”, a public art project that examines and celebrates the micro-cultures of Shaw through the voices and diverse lens of the community.
The selected projects set within the public or shared spaces, should be community focused, site-specific and each will have an engagement element. Additionally, the activities should have a commonality of inclusion, sharing and social interaction.
Examples of programming include but are not limited to: walking tours (traditional or alternative), cooking classes/food events, performances (dance, theater, etc), panel discussions, fashion shows, dance parties, community meetings, cultural celebrations/shocases, and film screenings.
Selected programs will be awarded up to $250 / each.
Click here for more info and our quick online submission form
Join us for the launch of a collaborative limited edition print between PPW artist Kristina Bilonick, and guest artist, Adam Griffiths!
Kristina and Adam will present a varied edition, and Adam will have his magical box of wonders (drawings, prints, and other bijoux) on hand.
Our neighbors, Centerfold Artist Studio will be having an opening reception in tandem, so it’s a great night to come out to Edgewood St. Studios!
Join us for a closing day reception including an informal talk and demo with artist, Chris Haughery.
Centerfold Artists studio within our same building will be concurrently having their closing day event with their featured artist, Dawn Whitmore. A great day to come by!
Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/1675786142680476/
Join us on January 29th for the opening of our next exhibition, Making Gains, a solo exhibition by resident printmaker, Chris Haughery:
Opening Reception: Friday, January 29th, 7-9pm (facebook invite>>). Exhibitions at Curator’s Office & Isham/Willis Studios will also be open during our event!
Location: 703 Edgewood St NE #2 (Edgewood St Studios, above Mess Hall, across from Dew Drop Inn)
Getting here: Short walk from Rhode Island Ave or Brookland Metro, H8 Bus, hop off the Metropolitan bike trail at 8th St, or plenty of street parking along Edgewood St. NE
Making Gains is an exploration of gradient and process that pushes the traditional boundaries of screen printing. It is part of an ongoing examination of techniques that Haughery has been developing in the studio that both harnesses unexpected outcomes and creates specific directions for blended colors and forms. Come see this latest series of prints, and as a bonus, view Chris’ process and outtakes from the exhibition in his workspace, also housed at Pleasant Plains Workshop!
Chris Haughery is a resident artist at Pleasant Plains Workshop whose screen printed work examines themes of process and memory. His work has been exhibited in the Philadelphia area at lowercase gallery, Indoor Rooftop Studios, Parlor Gallery, and more recently in Washington D.C. at Hole in the Sky.
Exhibition runs through February and is open on evenings and weekends by appointment (contact us).
Join us for an Open House at out new Edgewood Street Studios location on Sunday Oct 4th!
See artist’s work spaces, view special exhibitions, and watch art videos and demos throughout the afternoon. Refreshments will be served. Free & open to the public!
Participating Artists include:
Annette Isham, Ian Jehle, Nara Park, Zac Willis
& PPW Resident Artists: Kristina Bilonick, Anthony Dihle, Chris Haughery, Beth Hansen, and Ann-Marie VanTassell
Edgewood Street Studios
703 Edgewood St NE #2
Washington, DC 20017
June 13 – July 12, 2015: Beth Hansen: Natural Selections
Artist Reception: Saturday, June 20th 5-7pm
Gallery Hours: Saturday 1-6pm, Sunday 12-5pm
In Natural Selections, resident artist Beth Hansen explores our relationship to creatures that either barely exist in the world, or are so abundant that they are the platform of ecology.
In these mixed media prints and sculptures, fabric patterns and newspaper clippings draw human comparisons to these creatures and reflect where we originate.
Join us for a reception with the artist on Saturday, June 20th 5-7pm