GC Myers has a fantastic blog which is updated almost every day. His ability to come up with interesting content daily about (mostly) art and music is something most bloggers could only hope to achieve. Today’s post sharest his 15th annual solo exhibition that we will be holding this June. Click below to learn more!…Read More
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Jeremy Mann and Casey Baugh are listed as two of the “25 Artists of Tomorrow” to watch by American Artist in their 75 Greatest Artists of All Time single issue.
We are so proud and fortunate to represent these very talented artists at Principle Gallery. We remain some of these guys’ biggest fans.
We will be hosting a solo show for Jeremy Mann Friday November 9th, titled “The Realness”. Please come out to celebrate his wonderful work, and congratulate Jeremy on this prestigious role of “Artist of Tomorrow”.Read More
Friday nights Face Off was a smashing success! We are so thankful to our wonderful artists, Mia, Rachel, Cindy, & Terry, our beautiful model Jen, and all the wonderful people who came out to support them! The artists worked in 20-minute sessions of painting, followed by 5-minutes of questions. We realize trying to fit all…Read More
We are starting to get excited for tonight’s Women Painting Women: Face Off Demo featuring Mia Bergeron, Rachel Constantine, Cindy Procious, and Terry Strickland from 6:30-9pm! The ladies arrived yesterday and already had ideas running through their head about the set-up! Here’s a look at what we’ve been up to around the gallery since the ladies arrived! We started…Read More
Originally posted on Redtree Times:
I’ve been getting work ready for my upcoming show, A Place to Stand, which opens June 8th at the Principle Gallery in Alexandria, VA. This will be the thirteenth consecutive year that I have had a solo exhibit there yet it still induces a certain fear and anxiety, feelings that…
Above (clockwise from top left): Mia Bergeron, ‘Silence’, 60 x 34, Oil on Linen; Cindy Procious, ‘Where’s the Tabasco’, 12 x 16, Oil on Linen on Panel; Terry Strickland, ‘The Three Fates’, 30 x 40, Oil on Panel; Sadie Jernigan Valeri, ‘Undersea’, 16 x 20, Oil on Panel. It all started back in 2009 when…Read More
’14 February 2006′, 46 x 40, Oil on Canvas, 2006. For as long as I can remember, the Lynn Boggess piece above has been one of my personal favorites. All the elements that often pull people to Lynn’s work are present — perspective, natural beauty, capturing reflection, movement, and a feeling of perfect calm. He…Read More
Above: Pamela Wilson, ‘Cinnamon Incursion’, 14 x 11, Oil on Panel, 2012. Join us this Friday, January 20th from 6:30-9:00pm for a Broad Street Studio Curated Exhibition: From What I Remember / From What I Forget. 15 of the participating artists will be in attendance! Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see some familiar gallery…Read More
Gary Weisman is cool, even when he’s pouring bronze at an incredible temperature in his Upstate New York foundry. Born in Chicago, Gary attended the Art Institute of Chicago before moving on to teach at Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. His process is passionate — classical figure drawing, sculpting in clay from a live…Read More