Sunday, August 10, 2008

ARTifice and friends at "Quart Bag," Civilian Art Projects

A few pics from the well-attended opening for "Quart Bag: A Community Art Show," at Civilian Art Projects: (all photos by n.p.)

"Quart Bag" featured a widely varied assortment of works from over 100 DC area artists. Works were displayed inside of quart-size plastic bags, and were priced at $50 or $100.

Recent AU alum Lauren Rice's "Seedling"

2008 alum Brian Barr's "Self-Portrait as a Tough Guy"

Bonner Sale's "a little longer" (current AU student)

Nikki Painter's "Optimist" (current AU student)

ARTifice friend Alex Ebstein's untitled drawing (Check out some more great images from the opening on Alex's blog There Were Ten Tigers.)

Rachel's "Girls Grow Up Faster"

Cara Ober's "Truth sounds like a pistol"

Megan Blafas's "Parts of a Whole"

Matthew Spahr's "Mr. Blake died in Wisconsin" (ARTifice does not know Matthew Spahr, but we thought this work was nice.)

To see even MORE images from the opening, check out artist Nikolas Schiller's blog, The Daily Render. Schiller also had work in "Quart Bag" (see previous "Quart Bag" post).

"Quart Bag" is on view at Civilian Art Projects until August 16th.


ARTifice Alum said...

yay red dots

Jenny Walton said...

Congrats everyone!

School 33 Art Center said...

this is a fun show! thanks for getting me up and out to see it.

Artifice said...

This was a really fun night! Kudos to Civilian for the idea :)