Jayme McLellan, Civilian Art Projects; former Washington, D.C. mayor Marion Barry; and Philippa Hughes, The Pink Line Project
“POROUS BORDERS,” a sculpture exhibition juried by Jayme McLellan, director and founder of Civilian Art Projects, opened on Wednesday evening, September 22, 2010, at The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. The theme is interconnection despite borders and boundaries, and the artists are members of the Washington Sculptors Group.
Sculptor Dalya Luttwak and photographer Claire Bouleau
THE ARTISTS featured in the exhibition are Julia Bloom, Jessica Braiterman, Anthony Comes, Frederic Crist, Brent Crothers, Joel D’Orazio, Pattie Firestone, Helen Glazer, Nestor Guzman, Artemis Herber, Dalya Luttwak, Emily Piccirillo, Guy Rando, Phillip Scarpone, Marilee Schumann, Mike Shaffer, Carmela Solell-Knepler, Diane Szczepaniak, Patricia Tinajero and James Wallace.
Jayme McLellan, Civilian Art Projects; Sandy Bellamy, The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.; and Margaret A. Hutto, The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
THE WASHINGTON Sculptors Group (WSG) is a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting an awareness and understanding of sculpture in addition to fostering the exchange of ideas among sculptors, collectors and the general public.
David Furchgott and Mitra M. Lore
THE HISTORICAL Society of Washington, D.C. serves the city, its residents and visitors as an educational institution that promotes knowledge of the past for better understanding of the future. It is located at 801 K Street, N.W., at Mount Vernon Square, Washington, D.C. Exhibition hours are 7 days a week, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.