​The Washington Post: Going Out Guide: Take down that poster and put up some real art. Here's ho

The time has come. Those empty, bland walls in your home just aren’t cutting it anymore, and you’re finally ready to give them a fresh look — not with another poster, but with some real art. There’s only one problem: Money is tight. Not to fear, there is hope. According to Alex Goldstein, owner of the Fridge, an alternative art and performance space on Capitol Hill — and an avid collector himself — “Even really high-end artists tend to sell affordable versions of their work.” Goldstein estimates that he owns several thousand pieces of art, including hundreds of paintings and a wealth of sticker art. Just because you’re not able to shell out thousands of dollars for a piece of art doesn’t mea

15 Things That Can't Wait 'Til December!

Extension on our early bird sales, 10x10 Invitational Opening, Small Business Saturday and Giving Tuesday ideas, and even more amazing workshops to get you in the holiday spirit! Read our November Extra for all the upcoming happenings that you don't want to miss this month.

10 x 10 INVITATIONAL: 200 Works | 100+ Artists | $50

Hyattsville, MD—Pyramid’s gallery will be tiled with original artwork donated to Pyramid by artists who love the nonprofit art center. This exhibition-slash-fundraiser has just two rules: all work must measure 10 x 10 inches and be priced at $50. Art moves quickly and the opening reception is not to be missed. 10x10 Gallery View, 2018 10x10 opens Friday, November 22nd with a reception from 7–9 pm. Pyramid Atlantic Members get access to a preview hour that begins at 6 pm that evening. The exhibition runs through January 12, 2020. Gallery hours: 10 am–6 pm Tuesday–Saturday and 12–5 pm on Sunday. The exhibition and reception are FREE and open to the public. Pyramid Atlantic is located at 4318 G

​The Washington Post: Khánh H. Lê's WHILE WE WAITED

"Like a craft-store Andy Warhol, Lê simplifies or obscures faces and turns landscape features into mere blocks of bright color. He also arrays 3-D lattices over and under parts of the pictures, echoing those detention-camp fences. The contrast between picture and decoration, Lê writes, is 'reflective of the tension within my identity.'" Read the full article here. > Image: We’re Still Ok (2019) by Khanh H. Le. (Khanh H. Le/Photo: Daniel Delgado)

What's On in November?

Catch our early bird sale on winter workshops, now through 11/18. Our annual 10 x 10 art-selling extravaganza is on 11/22. You don't want to miss this! Shop for a cause: Visit us on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. Order a 2020 Letterpress Calendar for a gift that supports local artists! This month's Members Only Mini-Workshop: Cyanotype Holiday Cards. (Image: Marty Ittner, "Phase III," cyanotype.) BIG INK returns for mega woodblock printing, and more! We're seeking a Bookmaking Associate! Read the full eNews for these highlights + many more happenings this month. >>

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