Posts tagged Latela Curatorial
Magee McIlvaine at Industrious Ballson Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Magee McIlvaine at the Industrious Ballston office. Self taught and creatively driven, Magee has chartered his own path of political and cultural exploration throughout the world with his chosen medium of documentary filmmaking. Having grown up between the US and several countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, his personal experiences have helped shape and define his work, directing his focus on projects built around international collaborations. 

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Rachel Wishner at Industrious Alexandria Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Madison Bolls at the Industrious DC office. Madison is an award-winning artist and curator from Washington, DC. She is best known for using of the written word as the basis for layered, multivalent paintings that reveal the subjectivity of both image and text when they’re taken out of their original contexts and layered together.

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Madison Bolls at Industrious Washington DC Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Madison Bolls at the Industrious DC office. Madison is an award-winning artist and curator from Washington, DC. She is best known for using of the written word as the basis for layered, multivalent paintings that reveal the subjectivity of both image and text when they’re taken out of their original contexts and layered together.

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Clare Winslow at Industrious Bethesda Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Clare Winslow at the Industrious Bethesda office. Clare Winslow is a local Bethesda abstract artist. As a child and grandchild of Washington DC painters, Clare grew up enveloped in vibrant art, and is a strong proponent of its power to promote unity and transformation, especially during turbulent times.  Her extensive training includes a degree in painting, a master’s degree in Teaching, and years of post-graduate study at the Corcoran College of Art.  Her focus on printmaking has allowed her to combine a broad range of artistic interests: drawing, photography, digital imaging, painting and textiles. Her work has been exhibited in the US and Asia, and is united by the themes of time, the decline of nature, and her personal response to current events. Influences include but are not limited to, two years living in Japan, contemporary abstraction and memories of childhood.

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Christine Olmstead at Industrious Tyson's Corner Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Christine Olmstead at the Industrious Tyson’s Corner office. Christine Olmstead is a local Northern Virginia abstract artist. Each of Christine’s works stem from personal experiences, memories, or social concepts. Christine often attaches these experiences to a song or piece of music. With her synesthesia, painting colors and movements in her mind, combined with the emotion of the chosen memory or experience, Christine paints the mood of these combined elements. Wrestling with each concept, Christine is determined to find beauty and peaceful resolution in each experience. It is with those guiding metrics that she sifts through sound, synesthesia, memories, pain, suffering, and social pitfalls. She seeks to infuse light and guiding peace into these spaces.

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Annie Broderick at Industrious Ballston Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Annie Broderick at the Industrious Ballston office. Annie Broderick is an artist in Arlington, Virginia. Annie was raised in southern Georgia where she made art of all kinds, day in and day out, under the tutelage of her artistic mother. At age three, she professed that she was an artist. Annie left Georgia to attend The Taft School in Connecticut for her high school years. There, she flourished in the strong art program and received the Mark Potter Award in Art upon graduation. Annie then sought a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art at Davidson College and received the Douglas Houchens Studio Art Award. During her junior year at Davidson, Annie studied art in Paris, France, where she painted as a copyist in The Louvre, fell in love with figure drawing, made her own oil paints, and immersed herself in her own artistic growth. After graduating from Davidson, Annie moved to Washington, DC. Today, she lives with her husband and two young children and works in her garage studio. Annie's recent work has been featured in several publications and galleries. Her excitement and determination to create authentic, expressive work and to share it with her community fuel her forward.

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Carina Tenaglia at Industrious Bethesda Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Carina Tenaglia at the Industrious Bethesda office. Carina Tenaglia is a local D.C. abstract artist and calligrapher. Born and raised in South Florida, she began drawing and painting at a young age, and transformed her passion into a business in 2018. She developed two lines of her artwork in 2018: Carina Tenaglia Fine Art and DC Brushes & Strokes Calligraphy. Inspired by neutral tones, metallics, and texture, she incorporates these elements into different pieces of her work, while also utilizing highlights and shadows to accentuate different aspects of each piece. She has participated in two RAW Artist showcases and her artwork has made its way throughout the United States, Germany, and Australia. 

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Madeline A. Stratton at Industrious Washington DC Office

Latela Curatorial is pleased to exhibit local artist Madeline A. Stratton at the Industrious Washington DC office. Madeline’s work is an investigation of the memory and importance of domestic objects and spaces. Utilizing traditional media such as paint, textiles, thread, and printmaking, she challenges herself to create representations stemming from memory. By creating silhouettes of objects and simplified structures of empty spaces, she aims to convey both absence and belonging. She searches for ways to memorialize and find comfort in the objects of daily rituals and the spaces in which they take place. While drawing from places and times specific to her own experiences, she hopes the viewer can enter into a reflective journey of their own space and memory.

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The Human Condition •  Group Exhibition Curated by Madison Bolls

Latela Curatorial is proud to host The Human Condition, a mixed media group exhibition. The "human condition" is defined as "the characteristics, key events, and situations which compose the essentials of human existence, such as birth, growth, emotionality, aspiration, conflict, and mortality."

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Spiritual Wanderlust •  Group Exhibition Curated by Helen Criales

Latela Curatorial is proud to host Spiritual Wanderlust: an exhibition that explores modern day spirituality and its many interpretations. Featuring eight artists working within the realms of digital and analogue photography, the exhibit focuses on how these artists use the photographic medium to find, construct, and nurture their spiritual beings. Each artist navigates through spirituality’s many meanings to create their unique spiritual voice.

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