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Show open February 9- March 5, 2016
Hours: Tues-Sat, 12-6 PM
Opening Reception Tonight! Feb. 12, 6-9pm
Location: 4600 East West Highway, Bethesda, MD, 20814
Dance, oil on wood panel, 18x24, 2016.
I'm thrilled to be a guest artist at this year's invitational show at Waverly Street Gallery in Bethesda, MD. I will have three paintings on view as part of this dynamic multimedia exhibition, hanging through March 5.
I'm thrilled to be featured on the blog for A Creative DC today! I love what they have been doing for the arts and creatives here in DC, and look forward to much more great stuff from them in the future. I highly recommend you follow the blog or their instagram @acreativedc for more awesome content.
An excerpt from the post:
Excerpt from a creative dc blog post MAKE/DO/WORK NICOLE FOSSI
I've finally updated my website to allow for larger pictures of the work itself, which hopefully improves the experience for viewers. I realized the cluttered layout wasn't the most effective for actually being able to see individual paintings, so hopefully the new chances are clear and helpful. I've also added many new paintings and a few new illustrations. I'm continually trying to improve, so please tell me if any part of the site isn't functioning or needs work! Thanks for your help!
A few recent additions:
Nicole Ida Fossi, "Chainmail" oil on canvas, 20x20" 2015.
Nicole Ida Fossi, "The Mocha" oil on canvas, 20x20" 2015.
The reference photos for these two paintings were actually both taken at Politics & Prose Cafe here in Washington, DC! I changed the colors of the background on the one to the left, so it is mostly just a fun coincidence, but with the one on the right, at the table, I actually tried to capture a bit of the place where I've spent much time over the years.