Our gallery reflects ideals we hold dear as a faith community, which at its heart is an invitation to all to explore Creation. Art making is one of the most precious of human expressions as a gift from the Creator. Art has the power to open hearts to a vision larger than ourselves, break down barriers between people, beautify our environment, and challenge us to think in new ways.
The art we show comes from a variety of individuals from within our faith community and the wider community, as well as group shows that represent underserved and underexposed people in the wider world.
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In collaboration with The Justice Arts Coalition, a national network and resource for those creating art in and around the criminal legal system, the Seekers Church Art Gallery is pleased to present a show of Artists Behind Bars. This group exhibition exemplifies the spirit of the artists who work under far less than ideal circumstance, often with a very limited variety of materials. Many of the artists are self-taught; some working from internal visions, other from resources in the prison or jail library, and yet others have had formal training in or out of the carceral system. This show includes drawings and paintings and is the first show in a series we plan to show over the next several years. For more information about individual works, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handmade Paper & Mixed Media Sculpture
November 10 – December 15, 2019
Opening Reception is Sunday, November 10th at 11:30
This installation features sculpture created from handmade paper by Sandra Miller. Sandra is the curator of the Seekers Church gallery and a long-time Member and Steward of Seekers.
To arrange a viewing, other than Sunday mornings after worship services, please contact Sandra: email@example.com.
August 2 – September 30, 2018
Opening Reception is Sunday, August 5th at 12:00
Curator & Artist talk at 12:30
This installation is part of a series of exhibits of art by Iraqi refugees. The exhibits will be in the Washington DC metro area from August 2018 through July 2019. The exhibits are a project of Mel Lehman/ www.commonhumanity.org For more information about the series of exhibits please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-426-1732.