Marin-Price Galleries
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Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
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All exhibits begin on a Saturday. The opening reception is on opening night (Saturday)
from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (unless otherwise noted).

Upcoming Exhibits
Last Updated: 8.29.2015  

 

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Summer Exhibit (Part II)
Sat. Aug. 1 - Aug. 31, 2015


  Lobster Sheds Oil on Canvas Painting by artist Rosie Moore at Marin-Price Galleries

  As the heading implies, this part of our summer effort will be a continuation of the concept outlined above, but the artists will change. Some artists will come down other will assume their place. Including works by Rosie Moore, Joseph Barrett, Charles Jarboe, John Aquilino, Arthur Day and many others.
   
March Avery (Works on Paper)
Sat. Sept. 5 - Wed. Sept. 30th, 2015


Beached at St Tropez Watercolor Painting by artist March Avery at Marin-Price Galleries
March Avery, the daughter of distinguished American Artist, Milton Avery creates much enthusiasm among our clients and her collectors. We expect that this year it will not be different. She is simply remarkable. This exhibit will feature her watercolors, and gouaches.
   
Lee Newman & Robert D'Arista
Sat. Oct. 3rd - Fri. Oct. 23rd, 2015


  Dessert Oil on Linen painting by artist Lee Newman at Marin-Price Galleries

House In Naples Painting by artist Robert D'Arista at Marin-Price Galleries
  These artists are our connection to American University. Robert D’Arista was chairman of The Fine Art Department when the department was first created. Lee was a professor for many years. After his tenure at AU Lee Newman achieved notoriety as an etcher and founder of The Washington Studio School. Lee Newman is equally confident as a painter or as an etcher. Robert D’Arista belongs to the group of artists who used to teach at The Phillips Collection. Eventually the entire teaching school left the Phillips Collection and joined America University (AU). AU thus became the first University to offer Art History and Fine Arts.
   
Carolyn A. Crocker
Sat. Oct. 24th - Fri. Nov. 13th, 2015



  Turning Toward Evening Oil Linen painting by artist Caroyln Anne Crocker at Marin-Price Galleries
  Carolyn Anne Crockers first teacher was her mother, California Impressionist, Marilyn E. Crocker (a California Impressionist), who introduced her daughter to oils and pastels. Her classes at the Scottsdale Artists School and several years spent painting in the field provided her with invaluable knowledge and exposure through solo shows and galleries.
Carolyns paintings have been included in juried exhibitions and featured in one-woman shows. Her work can be found in private collections around the world.
   
Jamie Marin-Price
Sat. Nov. 14th - Thur. Dec. 3rd, 2015



  Village of Marat Oil on Canvas painting by artist Jamie Marin-Price at Marin-Price Galleries
  Jamie Marin-Price is an American artist residing in France, where he earned a Master in Fine Arts at the University of Lille. The exhibit will feature new oils paintings. Jamie Marin-Price’s style is considered modernism. Jamie Marin-Price earned a Master degree. His Master thesis was based on the works of Eugene Leroi, a French painter from Roubaix, France. Jamie Marin-Price is considered an expert on the works of Eugene Leroi
   
Realism Today
Sat. Dec. 5th -  Mon. Dec. 28, 2015



  Valley Sunset Oil on Canvas painting by artist Gerald Hennesy at Marin-Price Galleries
  We are very lucky to have some outstanding realists in the gallery. This exhibit will feature works by Joseph Sheppard (Best sculptor in the world, Sports Artist of the year). Featured in many museums including the Leroy Merritt for the art of Joseph Sheppard at UMUC and many others. Gerald Hennesy, Marla Korr, Charles Jarboe, Adolf Sehering, John Aquilino, Jenness Cortez, Michael Timothy Davis and last but not least Patrick Farrell.
   
March Avery (Oils)
Sat. Jan. 2nd - Fri. Jan. 29th, 2016


  Clouds Over Cooper Lake Oil on Canvas painting by March Avery at Marin-Price Galleries
  Very little can be said about March Avery that has not been said before. As Jessica Dawson of the Washington Post once said; “the brush does not fall far from the tree”, an obvious reference to the fact that she paints very much like her famous father, Milton Avery. March is painting better than ever. Her work is most collectible.

The Modernists
Sat. Feb. 6nd - Fri. Feb. 27th, 2016


  Sleeper In Springtime painting by artist Sally Avery Michael at Marin-Price Galleries
  The Modernists works consists of multi-colored expressive landscapes. inspiring impressions, and artistic abstract works by artists March Avery, Jamie Marin-Price, Leon Berkowits, Sally Michel, Howard Mehring, Joseph Holston, and Reagan Lake.
   
Joseph Holston
Sat. Mar. 5th - Thur. Mar. 31st, 2016


  Grand Finale Mixed Media on Canvas painting by artist Joseph Holston at Marin-Price Galleries
  Joseph Holston is an American painter and printmaker who works from his studio in Takoma Park, Maryland. His first solo museum exhibition in 1975, at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, received excellent critical reviews. Since then his art has been widely exhibited at museums and galleries throughout the United States and internationally. His works are included in numerous collections, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Phillips Collection, the Library of Congress, the Federal Reserve Board, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Georgia Museum of Art, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Library at the University of Texas.
   

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