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January 2017

January 2017

Opening Reception
Friday, January 6, 20176:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Free and Open to the public

Exhibition Dates
January 6 – January 28, 2017

The Arts Club of Washington is proud to announce its January 2017 Art Exhibitions. Held in the club’s historic Monroe and MacFeely Galleries, the shows will feature acrylic paintings by Kristin Herzog, oil landscapes by Pattee Hipschen and colored pencil drawings by Blair Jackson. The artwork will be on view from January 6 – January 28, 2017 with a free public reception on Friday, January 6, 2017 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. These exhibitions are curated by Chris With, PhD, Former Coordinator of Art Information at the National Gallery of Art.

About the Artists

Kristin Herzog, Saving Sweet Briar VI, acrylic

Kristin Herzog

Kristin Herzog is based near Washington, D.C. and studied drawing and painting at Sweet Briar College with Loren Oliver. During her college years, she also took classes with Bauhaus artist Kurt Kranz in Hamburg, Germany. Her MFA is from George Washington University. Her work has been juried into over 80 regional, national and international shows in nineteen states, and won over 19 awards. Her solo shows in 2012, 2013 and 2015 took place at The Arts Club of Washington, D.C., in 2016 at ArtSpace Herndon, Virginia, and in 2013 at The Thayer Gallery, Braintree, Massachusetts. Herzog has been awarded art residencies in Cowwarr, Australia; Plüchow, Germany; Schwandorf, Germany; two in Auvillar, France, and a month in El Bruc, Spain. She has also had four residencies at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts.


Pattee Hipschen, Marina Park 1, oil on board

Pattee Hipschen

Pattee Hipschen has been painting landscapes and portraits for over thirty years and formally exhibiting since 2005.  She captures her subjects in rich, loose strokes with her distinctive style of bright and intense color.

Pattee received her AA in Studio Fine Arts and her BFA in Art History.  She teaches painting and monotype workshops at the Arts Club of Washington and through the Alexandria Art League School.

Pattee’s work is represented by the Art League Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, Current Reflections Fine Art Gallery in Wachapreague, Virginia and The Cooley Gallery in Leesburg, Virginia.  She has had several solo and group shows locally and throughout the United States.

Pattee lives with her husband in Arlington, Virginia. She has works in private and corporate collections and accepts portrait and landscape commissions from her studio.


Blair Jackson, Dapper Dan, colored pencil drawing

Blair Jackson

Blair Jackson is a Northern Virginia native, and has lived throughout her life in the Washington area. She has art degrees from Florida State University and Parsons School of Design/Banks Street in NYC. She attended Parsons in Paris, Alexandria Art League, and numerous art workshops. She taught Graphic Design in Arlington and Colored Pencil Drawing at the Torpedo Factory. She and her husband operate an exhibit design and fabrication studio, Blair Inc, in Springfield, VA.

Blair Jackson is a founder & president of the Metropolitan Washington Colored Pencil Society (CPSA109) and a member of the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA.) She is also a member of F11, a Women’s Photography Collaborative.

Blair exhibits, regularly, in both Colored Pencil Drawing and Photography in DC/MD/VA.  Her work has also been shown at exhibits around the country. It has been published in several “Best of Colored Pencil” books, “Colored Pencil Treasures,” and “Creative Inspirations.”


C. Pamela Palco, Springtime, acrylic on clayboard

Spilsbury Gallery
Featured Artist: C. Pamela Palco

The Spilsbury is a cooperative gallery which features the works of Arts Club Members. Other participating artists include; Lorna Aldrich, Gloria Benedetto, Camilla Bozzoli, Vicki Doyle, Susanne Eisinger, Larry Jarvik, Martine Khadr-Van Schoote, Peggy McNutt, Carol Porter, Earl Tester, Lou Tanner, and Jonathan Zuck.


Hours and Address
Arts Club galleries are open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Friday and 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturdays. The Arts Club of Washington is located at 2017 I Street NW, Washington DC, 20006.




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