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NOVEMBER 22, 2010 - FEBRUARY 5, 2011
WINTER GROUP EXHIBIT
The Fraser Gallery presented a group exhibition of paintings and photography by artists represented by the gallery.
Artist's Receptions were held in conjunction with the "Bethesda Art Walk" on Friday, December 10 and Friday, January, 14, 2011 from 6pm - 9pm.
"Twinkies" Oil on Reclaimed Metal, 20 x 20 inches, 2010, by Michael Fitts
FEBRUARY 11, 2011 - MARCH 5, 2011
10TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
A group exhibition of photographs by the finalists of this annual competition, curated by Catriona Fraser. The Fraser Gallery received submissions from 99 photographers. The finalists are George Borden, Van Chu, David Clemmer, Adrian Davis, Matthew Derezinski, Gary Engle, Lee Goodwin, Beatrice Hamblett, Walter Hobbs, Jill James, Kisa Kavass, Ed Kirkpatrick, Philip Kohn, Ken Konchel, Timothy McCoy, Bruce McKaig, James Oberthaler, Joseph O'Neil, Harold Ross, Donald Seymour, Jim Shirey, Edgar Stewart, Shaun Van Steyn, Richard Weiblinger, and Michael Wilson
An Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony was held in conjunction with the "Bethesda Art Walk" on Friday, February 11 from 6pm - 9pm.
To view all of the selected work, visit here.
Best in Show - Harold Ross "Santa Fe Ridge"
First Place - Adrian Davis "Wax and Wane"
Second Place - Van Chu "Mushrooms and Trees"
Third Place - Michael Wilson "Planet and Moon"
Honorable Mention - Bruce McKaig - "History Series No.14"
Honorable Mention - Gary Engle - "Obsessive Emulsion Disorder No. 17"
Honorable Mention - Ed Kirkpatrick - "Bernard Mountain, Maine"
"Sante Fe Ridge" by Harold Ross, 2011 Best in Show Award Winner
MARCH 11, 2011 - APRIL 2, 2011
WATER AND LAND - PHOTOGRAPHS BY LEE GOODWIN
The Fraser Gallery was pleased to present a solo exhibition of landscape photography by DC based photographer, Lee Goodwin. To view the exhibition online, visit here. An Opening Reception was held in conjunction with the "Bethesda Art Walk" on Friday, March 11 from 6pm - 9pm.
"Lock 7 in Fog" by Lee Goodwin.
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