artdc Gallery Presents:
Sabeth Jackson, Megan Mueller, & Samuel Scharf
July 17, 2010 – August 14, 2010
Opening Reception: July 17, 2010 – 6pm – 8pm
Artist Lecture: July 24, 2010 – 6pm – 8pm
artdc Gallery presents a group exhibition of works that explore coverage with relationship to the body, geog raphy, and memory. Accumulating gestures and layers, while referencing the passage of time, these artists present works of sculpture, painting, printmaking and drawing. Sabeth Jackson’s work chronicles domestic themes and uses archetypal and culturally charged imagery to communicate emotions and stories. Megan Mueller finds inspiration in the architecture of tents and the lifestyles of the transient to investigate the idea of permission. Samuel Scharf explores the physicality of movement, collection and deconstruction.
Sabeth Jackson is a printmaker, painter and artisan. Sabeth studied art at Mesa State College in Colorado and at the University of Oregon. Her work has been exhibited nationally, most recently at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring and the Hillyer Art Space in Washington, D.C.
Megan Mueller holds a BA in Political Science from George Washington University and a BFA in Sculp ture from Virginia Commonwealth University. Mueller has exhibited her work nationally, most recently at the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, and the Lexington Art League.
Samuel Scharf attended Rollins College, graduating with a BFA in studio arts. He has shown around the DC metro area at Artdc in Hyattesville Maryland, SU Downtown in Shenandoah Virginia, and the Axis Alley project of Baltimore Maryland. Sam will begin his MFA in Sculpture at American University in Washington D.C. this fall.