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Drawing Board Fine Furniture + Art

Drawing Board Fine Furniture + Art Skip Sroka was tapped to design the interiors of Norton Manor, a newly constructed estate in Potomac. He and the owners decided to embellish […]

Art Studio Warp & Weft

Art Studio Warp & Weft Driving east on Richmond’s 295 bypasses, the pace noticeably eases exiting onto Route 5. Along the winding, tree-shaded road, cyclists travel on a parallel path […]

A Shared Past

The painting of an unfurled flag is nearly complete. Artist Carol Rowan picks up a small brush and applies a fine line of blue, carefully delineating the soft folds and […]

Nature's Bounty

Nature's Bounty It’s anyone’s guess who will take up residence in the White House come January. But one thing is certain: His or her china options will include hand-painted plates […]

New Direction

New Direction Cool light filters through 20-foot-tall windows in painter Barbara Januszkiewicz’s Arlington studio. Light falls on gray walls and gleaming pipes, on concrete floors and towering easels of gridded […]

Everyday Beauty

Everyday Beauty Some artists shape clay into dazzling objects, each one unique. Others put the material into practical service, producing art in multiples. Down-to-earth potter Mea Rhee enjoys creating beauty […]

Bygone Ways

Bygone Ways Artist Andrew Wyeth once said, “Pick a subject and go deep.” Washington-based photographer Maxwell MacKenzie has done just that with his images depicting abandoned barns and homesteads in […]

Out of the Ruins

Out of the Ruins Long before the recent decades of war and destruction, Kabul’s Old City was a hub on the ancient Silk Road, blending artistic traditions from India, Persia […]

Point of Reference

Point of Reference One recent afternoon, artist Julie Wolfe was between projects. Her paints and pencils put away, she had arranged a beguiling vignette in the second-floor studio of her […]

Cachet Creative Fusion

Cachet Creative Fusion More than 650 artisans who create contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture and home-décor pieces will converge from February 19 to 21 for the 40th annual American Craft Council […]

Cachet Visual Feast

Cachet Visual Feast A culinary addition to DC’s burgeoning Shaw neighborhood will offer Oaxacan food in a remarkable setting. At Espita Mezcaleria, scheduled to open in January, diners will sample mezcal […]

Cachet Urban Renewal

Cachet Urban Renewal When DC’s streetcar system screeched to a halt in 1962, it left a network of tunnels and platforms forgotten beneath the city’s streets. However, the abandoned station […]

Cachet A New Era

Cachet A New Era After a two-year renovation, the Renwick Gallery reopens on November 13 with refreshed interiors and a contemporary craft exhibition sure to astonish and delight all ages. […]

Night Scape

Night Scape In the incandescent light of Trevor Young’s paintings, the tender is the night. Past the shimmering surface of his polished art, isolated buildings and distant roadways inhabit an […]

Visual Poetry

Visual Poetry When Alex Tolstoy tried her hand at oil painting at the age of eight or nine, her mother’s friends wanted to buy her work. Though she put down […]

Primal Power

Primal Power Growing up in rural Chesterland, Ohio, Eve Stockton loved exploring the deep woods and environs near her home. The house, overlooking farm fields, was cantilevered above a ravine […]

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