Swiss-American Johanna Steinhauser works in ceramics.
THE TRADITIONAL SPRING open studios at Jackson Art Center in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., was held on Sunday, May 3. Jackson Art Center artists work on paper, canvas, and fabric, in photographic and digital darkrooms and studios, as well as with pottery and clay design.
THE JACKSON ART CENTER was once an elementary school in Washington, D.C., and is now home to the studios of almost 50 artists. Used as working spaces for most of the year, for two days Jackson welcomes the public to its open studios in May and December. The next open studios will December 6.
AMONG THE ARTISTS, who showcased their works this weekend were Clarissa Bonde, Kathryn Camicia, Arthur Day, Barbara B. Downs, Sue C. Dufour, Jean Eckert, Anne L. Emmet, Susan Grace, Angela Iovino, Willie Leftwich, Anne Lewis, Simma Liebman, Starke Meyer, Rosie Moore, Elizabeth M. Naden, Lisa Neher, Emma O’Rourke, Deedy Ogden, Sherry Patten, Johanna Steinhauser, Polly Townsend, Mary E. Wagner and Elyse Wolf.
Painter Mary E. Wagner, who will have an exhibition of paintings at Picasso Gallery Dupont Circle location, 1709 17th St., N.W., May 15 through June 3.
Freelance Artist Sheena Dauharry