Celebrating 37 Years in the Nation’s Capital
Open Wednesday - Saturday, Noon - 6 pm
"FROM HISTORY TO THE DREAM"
In Celebration of Black History Month
Gloria Kirk is a photographer who considers herself as one who thinks outside of the box. Kirk has been the recipient of numerous awards for artworks in media and genres as diverse as: portraits, still life, photojournalism, landscape, architecture and conceptual photography. In October 2007, four of her fine art pieces were chosen by the Artist-in-Embassies Program for exhibition in the U.S. Embassy in Freetown, Sierra Leone, for a period of three years. Kirk is a member of the Professional Photographers Society of Greater Washington, DC Black Artists,The DC National Conference of Artists, The Exposure Group and FotoCraft. She has been in numerous publications including the Washington Post, In the Arts, and Spice. Kirk has exhibited throughout the US, Cuba, Ghana, Brazil, & Sierra Leone.
Fabric and Mixed Media
38 x 46
Black Face Boy
Elements, River Birch Tree Bark, Black and White Charcoal,
Vellum, Styrofoam, and Ink
37 x 25 in Shadow Box Frame
Ink on paper manipulated with a solvent, printed on German Etching paper
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est. 1978 1429 Iris Street, NW Washington, DC
Gallery Hours: Wednesday & Saturday, 12:00 - 6:00 pm, Any other time by appointment
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