Wamsler’s works on paper, the backgrounds in a variety of deep colors, each with a unique set of overlapping and interweaving circles, combines several square paintings mounted on white boards.
The German-born artist studied theoretical physics and art before moving to Washington 11 years ago, where she has enjoyed experimenting with different media and participating in a variety of group shows.
Wamsler will be at Studio Gallery on Saturday, March 9, from 4 to 6 pm to discuss her work that explores how thoughts and memory are connected with one another, and the effect that particular events have on a person’s life, “the imprints on your soul,” as Wamsler describes the “ghost prints of your memories, solely visible to a non-conscious you” are thought-provoking and universally recognized.
Bringing the art in DC to you – Roxanne.
Studio Gallery in Dupont Circle hosted an opening reception Friday night for “The Magic of the Melting Pot: Immigration in America.”
The exhibition featured artists from around the world: Shahla Arbabi, Joan Belmar, Jon Benjamin, Graham Boyle, Susan Cho, Natalie Guerrieri, Esther Hidalgo, Juan Hernandez, Linda Hesh, Cesar Maxit, Favianna Rodriguez, Lou Stovall, Aniekan Udofia and Solomon Wondimu.
The new art exhibit runs until January 29. In addition, the gallery will host an author talk with Steve Roberts on January 12 at 7 pm, as well as artist panels on January 19 and January 20 at 7 pm. For more information about the exhibition, visit Studio Gallery’s website. The gallery is at 2108 R Street NW.