We’ve featured the art of Deborah LaCroix here before. Now is your chance to see her work – where she works. And you don’t have to go far. LaCroix is inviting neighbors to an October 22nd reception at her home studio in Forest Hills.
Here’s the announcement with details on the exhibition and more:
Deborah CC LaCroix is pleased to announce her 2017 exhibition, “Life is in the Details, Works on Paper: Archived and Recent.” The exhibition opens with a reception on Sunday, October 22, 2017, from 1-5 p.m., and continues through November 22, 2017 at the LaCroix Studio Gallery located at 4625 30th St NW, Washington, DC, near the Van Ness Metro and with street parking available. The exhibition features drawings with diverse subject matter and a range of drawing media, including ink, charcoal, graphite, conte and watercolor. LaCroix wax and bronze sculpture will also be on exhibit. Gallery hours following the opening reception are by private appointment. To learn more about the art of LaCroix, visit dcclacroix.com.
Also she is excited to announce that her painting, In Media Res, has been juried into the art publication Studio Visit Magazine, published by Open Studios Press in Boston, MA.
Her painting with attribution details will be included as a full one page spread in either Volume 39 or 40, scheduled to be released Winter, 2018. The juror was George Kinghorn, Executive Director and Curator at the University of Maine Museum of Art. She was one of the 350 artists selected out of over 1000 submitting artists nationwide. Studio Visit Magazine is distributed to two thousand galleries, museum curators, and art world professionals.
Artist Statement: “Women seem always ‘in the middle of’ – balancing work and family, spouses and children, the checkbook, life. Or worse, caught in the middle of war or a refugee crisis. This painting is a respite from all that – a woman in the middle of beauty, just herself, at rest.”