Fun evening last Friday at the Joan Hisaoka Gallery in Washington, DC. My donated artwork, white and gray on a red background on the inside and black on the outside shares the gallery walls with another 124 artist’s vessels. It’s amazing how each piece differentiates itself from the others. We all began with a white ceramic bowl, and the end results celebrates the uniqueness and difference of individuals. I ran into several artist friends at the opening reception, including David Alfuth, with his trademark silver hair above next to me.
Stop by and see the show: 1632 U St NW, Washington, DC. Benefit event slated for Friday, May 1st 7-9 pm for ticket holders. Artists’ closing reception is Friday May 22, 7-9 pm. Please join me for the closing of this beautiful and special exhibit.