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First piece hung! #AllCity #YouthShowcase @lp2mp MLK Library 5 pm (at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library)

First piece hung! #AllCity #YouthShowcase @lp2mp MLK Library 5 pm (at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library)

I felt like writing. Click to see what came out. (Trigger alert)

I made 55 small transfer prints on wood… To accompany my photographic prints #splitpersonality #cherryblast #nationalcherryblossomfestival (at Blind Whino SW)

I made 55 small transfer prints on wood… To accompany my photographic prints #splitpersonality #cherryblast #nationalcherryblossomfestival (at Blind Whino SW)

@versatilevice’s butterflies and Lisa Schumaier’s phone book Cherry Blossoms. #cherryblast #mwp @blindwhino @allisonnance

@versatilevice’s butterflies and Lisa Schumaier’s phone book Cherry Blossoms. #cherryblast #mwp @blindwhino @allisonnance

Cherry Blast March 29, 2014

Last Spring, I spent some quality time shooting the Cherry Blossoms. It is a wonderful happy accident that Art Whino is hosting Cherry Blast at Blind Whino, the stunning painted church in Southwest, DC.

I am showing large artist prints (24”x 30”) and smaller photo transfers on wood (3.5”x 3.5” and 2”x 2” w/magnets), It was easy to find inspiration down on the tidal basin, and the cherry blossoms quickly became my muse. Each blossom declared the death of spring as it hung defiantly bathed in golden sunlight.

Cherry Blast delivers cherry blossom inspired art, 3 bands, 3 DJ’s and a beautiful night. Flyer info:

The sixth annual Cherry Blast: Art + Music Dance Party is Saturday, March 29 from 7:00pm-midnight at BLIND WHINO: SW Arts Club, a dedicated art space in Southwest Washington, DC (734 1st Street, SW). Blind Whino, formerly a church, is now a contemporary dedicated art space - the perfect setting for this multimedia, multi-sensory event. The National Cherry Blossom Festival partners with Art Whino for visual programming throughout the night. Art Whino curates a massive group art show featuring over 300 cherry blossom-inspired pieces, all available for purchase. A special Washington Project for the Arts exhibit showcases work inspired by the Festival. The microWave projectcurates 3-D art installations artists throughout the space. Performance artists, bands, and DJs keep the party going into the night.

Saturday, March 29th, from 7pm - Midnight

Lounge Area Music Schedule
7-9:30pm DJ Native Sun
9:30-Mid DJ Ayescold

Main Performance Space Music Schedule
7-8pm Congo Sanchez (DJ Set)
8-9pm Congo Sanchez
9-10pm Honest Haloway
10-11pm Congo Sanchez
11-Mid Nappy Riddem

Location:
BLIND WHINO : SW Arts Club
734 1st St SW Washington, DC 22024

21-and-over event
Tickets:
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
This event sells out every year, get tickets.

Exhibit Hours:
In addition to the reception, the art exhibit will on display Sundays 11am-4pm April 5th - April 19th

Show end date: April 19th, 2014

Cherry On Top -Rosina Teri Memolo

More details:
http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/227833/c2f63d0368/437000026/fbd10f9716/

Myself with Richard Serra’s work. @official_serra @ngadc #selfieswithserra #InstaSize (at National Gallery of Art - East Building)

Myself with Richard Serra’s work. @official_serra @ngadc #selfieswithserra #InstaSize (at National Gallery of Art - East Building)

Had no idea Degas made sculpture. All those years ago, he managed to make my day yesterday. Thanks, @ngadc #InstaSize #onlymallihangat (at National Gallery of Art - West Building)

Had no idea Degas made sculpture. All those years ago, he managed to make my day yesterday. Thanks, @ngadc #InstaSize #onlymallihangat (at National Gallery of Art - West Building)

A Broken Morel

A Broken Morel

Martin Luther King Day (January 20, 2014): I shot a great picture in front of the historic Lincoln Theater on U Street of an amazing group of DC Artists. Before we began DCMPD gave us a little reminder that we could be shut down at anytime. 

But as Kymone Freeman, the organizer, said, it was a massive cross-section of artists who converged on U st for a #GreatDayonUst flashmob photo. Thanks to Kymone for asking me to document this. I’m betting it was very different from the beautiful picture shot 13 years ago, as everyone was snapping their own pics with their various devices this year. It was a chaotically beautiful sight to behold.

I wanted everyone to stay posed like that forever, but since I can’t have that, the pictures are the next best thing. Thank you to everyone who showed up, you are all stars shining bright.

We are working on print options, should you want one for your collection. Large versions will be on display at Ben’s Chili Bowl, Lee’s Flower shop and Industrial Bank.

Stay tuned for the official shot, this is just a teaser.
Thank you again.

Martin Luther King Day (January 20, 2014): I shot a great picture in front of the historic Lincoln Theater on U Street of an amazing group of DC Artists. Before we began DCMPD gave us a little reminder that we could be shut down at anytime.

But as Kymone Freeman, the organizer, said, it was a massive cross-section of artists who converged on U st for a #GreatDayonUst flashmob photo. Thanks to Kymone for asking me to document this. I’m betting it was very different from the beautiful picture shot 13 years ago, as everyone was snapping their own pics with their various devices this year. It was a chaotically beautiful sight to behold.

I wanted everyone to stay posed like that forever, but since I can’t have that, the pictures are the next best thing. Thank you to everyone who showed up, you are all stars shining bright.

We are working on print options, should you want one for your collection. Large versions will be on display at Ben’s Chili Bowl, Lee’s Flower shop and Industrial Bank.

Stay tuned for the official shot, this is just a teaser.
Thank you again.