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This Weekend in the Galleries

November 12th & 13th, 2022

Dear Jenni,

You have not just one, but two different opportunities this weekend to meet some of our incredible artists and instructors! In conjunction with the final weekend of the Yellow Barn Studio Instructors: Painting & Drawing 2022 exhibition, we invite you to the Popcorn Gallery to check out the artwork and have a conversation with some of the artists themselves!



Saturday, November 12 at 2 pm

Join Vian Borchert at the Popcorn Gallery to learn about her work in the exhibition, as well as the overall style and meaning of her artwork.


Sunday, November 13 at 3 pm

Meet Renee Sandell for a conversation about her exhibited artworks and the upcoming courses in Visual Fitness that she teaches in the Park.

Yellow Barn Studio Instructors: Painting & Drawing Exhibition 2022

Popcorn Gallery | October 15 - November 13, 2022

The Popcorn Gallery presents Yellow Barn Studio Instructors: Painting & Drawing Exhibition 2022, a group exhibition featuring 31 instructor artists from the Yellow Barn Studio, located at Glen Echo Park. For this exhibition, Yellow Barn Studio director Walter Bartman, who is also a resident artist and instructor, assembled a faculty show rich in diverse philosophies and approaches to painting and drawing. Each instructor brings years of experience and their unique artistic vision as successful artists. This show will incorporate all mediums from oils, acrylics, watercolor, gouache, pastel, colored pencils, encaustic, and mixed media. 

Popcorn Gallery Hours

Saturdays & Sundays, 12 pm - 6 pm

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Dianne Bugash: Zion! A Forest of Dreams

Stone Tower Gallery | October 15 - November 13, 2022

The Stone Tower Gallery presents Dianne Bugash: Zion! A Forest of Dreams, a solo exhibition by artist Dianne Bugash. Zion is an installation, approximately 12 feet in diameter, filled with abstracted tree and cliff-like shapes of varying colors. The shapes are not intended to be realistic but rather meant to reference “magical realism,” a term Latin American writers have used to incorporate fantastical elements into a story. 

Stone Tower Gallery Hours

Saturdays & Sundays, 12 pm - 6 pm

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Still Life: Reflections of Home

Park View Gallery | October 15 - December 30, 2022

The Park View Gallery presents Still Life: Reflections of Home, a solo exhibition by artist Julia Rosenbaum. For this exhibition, Rosenbaum painted a series of watercolors featuring a “cast of characters” found around her home. Rosenbaum approaches art as a mystery that she is continually trying to solve. She’s constantly asking herself: “What makes an interesting composition? How can I portray light and shadows using the unique properties of watercolor? And which colors should I use in my palette?” These are the questions that spur Rosenbaum on to experiment and make painting in watercolors forever interesting.

Park View Gallery Hours

Mondays - Saturdays, 10 am - 6 pm

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Our resident visual artists and organizations also have galleries where artwork is displayed and for sale. Hours for these studios and galleries are listed on our website.

Check out some special events this weekend that are offered by Resident Artists:

Stone Tower Studio's Art Clinic Online

Jordan Bruns, Japanese Influences: Three Years Abroad (Zoom)

Saturday, November 12, 10:30 – 11:30am

Tune into the latest installment of Art Clinic Online to hear from the Stone Tower Studio's very own J. Jordan Bruns, who will talk about his artistic path after three years of residence in Japan.

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Glen Echo Photoworks

Coffee & Critique (Off Site)

Sunday, November 13, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Free monthly event for photographers to share and discuss current work with fellow artists. Whether you are seeking input on one image or have a larger project, please join us! Registration required, suggested donation of $10.

Learn More | 301-634-2222

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The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council ( and also by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County ( All programs are produced in cooperation with the National Park Service and Montgomery County, Maryland.