10 x 10 INVITATIONAL Exhibition of nearly 100 $50 artworks opens November 3

For Immediate Release October 30, 2017 (Hyattsville, MD) Affordable original artwork - and lots of it - will be on display at Pyramid Atlantic just in time for a season of gift giving. Pyramid’s annual 10x10 Invitational asks artists to contribute work with just one rule: it must measure 10x10. 10x10 opens Friday, November 3rd with a reception from 6-9 pm. The exhibition runs through December 17. Gallery hours: 10 am - 6 pm Tuesday - Saturday and 12 - 5 pm on Sunday. Pyramid Atlantic is located at 4318 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville Maryland 20781. More at pyramidatlanticartscenter.org or 301-608-9101. Prints, drawings, mixed media, and sculpture will be tiled across the Pyramid gallery in a v

October 24, 2017: "Present" in Print

Join Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Brentwood Art Exchange, and artist/printer/designer Kseniya Thomas for a presentation on how prints have played a large role in social justice and feminist history. After the talk, Kseniya will lead participants in letterpress printing a political poster designed by the artist. This event is part of Now Be Here #4 and their “Now Let’s Talk” series, a dynamic schedule of talks, lectures and discussions bringing together museums and organizations across the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia regions to highlight female artists and discuss issues related to women in the arts. ​ Kseniya Thomas is the owner of Thomas-Printers, a commercial print shop, where she has pro


SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 27 “Trickster” — one who disobeys and disrupts conventional rules and behavior. Identifying with artists that play the role of trickster, Georgia-based Printmaker Chadwick Tolley uses appropriated cultural symbols to construct raw, unfiltered, and politically-charged narratives. This exhibition of embellished prints and drawings creates a vibrant and striking visual collage.

PRACTICO-INERT by Joseph Shetler

AUGUST 12 - SEPTEMBER 22 Joseph Shetler's exhibition, Practico-Inert, a series of works on paper draws on his Mennonite roots. Shetler’s works in graphite share simple patterns and progressions on grids. These “grid drawings” are entirely unplanned. Patterns emerge from a simple set of predetermined rules. Of these purposefully simplistic works, Shetler says “One of the ways to live simply is to not place too much emphasis on the endless pursuit of worldly success, popular culture, and social media. As a visual artist, I create work that reflects these values; it’s a rejection of the things that I believe complicate our lives.”

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