My notes from the wonderful lecture by Nancy G. Heller as she took us through the decades that define Pluralism and some of the artists that define it. Nancy has also published a book that compliments our lecture series. "Why a Painting is like a Pizza: A guide to Understanding Modern Art. Here is the link on Amazon. My notes from the lecture. We will start with Pluralism - radical art from the 1970's. Recap- Abstract Expressionism - began with Jackson Pollack Leaves Europe a
Wonderful evening of cocktails and fellowship at the CWC annual fall cocktail party. A crisp cool fall evening in the lovely Spring Valley home of Paige and Kevin Fromer. Great turnout and a great evening.
A special before-hours, director-led tour of one of Washington D.C.'s cultural treasures. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Philip Johnson as the residence of Carmen and David Lloyd Kreeger, the museum was built on 5 and a half wooded acres and is among the very few examples of Philip Johnson architecture in the city. The collection is comprised of works from the 1850s to the present with an emphasis on contemporary painting and sculpture, Impressionism and Modern