Artist Simone Agoussoye showcases her latest pieces at ArtReach GW Community Gallery, Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC)
Agoussoye's first exhibit of the year, the event is themed Broken Beauty : The Crushed Glass Collection as a tribute and showcase of her extreme admiration and enjoyment of creating broken glass art. Art lovers can come see her stunningly beautiful collection during the dates of March 1, 2020 - March 27, 2020, where the gallery will be open to the public daily. All are invited to come meet the artist during an opening reception being held at the gallery on Friday, March 13, 2020 from 6pm - 8pm. Entry to the event is also free.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 13, 2020 6:00pm- 8:00pm
Location: THEARC EAST, 1901 Mississippi Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20020
Gallery Hours: Monday through Saturdays from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m; Sunday 10am-5pm
This collection serves to celebrate experimenting and stepping out of one's comfort zone in life and in art. Agoussoye got her start working in sketching and later in painting, which she has now elevated by the use of crushed glass. "Beauty can be found even in the broken things," the artist explains. "My goal with this collection is to inspire others to not only be artistically bold and challenge themselves to use non-traditional materials and techniques in their work, but also on an emotional, internal level, to never completely throw away the parts of ourselves that are broken. Instead, we can shine them up and combine them with something good to make them something that can benefit the world - just like this glass."
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About ArtReach GW
As a part of The George Washington University's Honey W. Nashman Center Civic Engagement and Public Service, ArtReachGW builds programs and partnerships that foster community connections and civic engagement through the visual fine arts.
About Simone Agoussoye
Washington, DC born artist, Simone Agoussoye, has been honing her skills in portrait artistry for the past several years. Known for her creative depictions of people, Simone blends her traditional skill in portraiture with fresh, new and unconventional techniques transforming her from a realistic fine artist to more of a contemporary artist.
Simone's evolution in portrait artistry has allowed her to explore using materials such as broken crushed glass in her work. The use of this material has sharpened her craftsmanship, proving that she has a unique talent. She is highly creative with an insatiable thirst for growth and development in her artistic skill. Although known for her portraiture, the subjects of her paintings vary from animals, to landscape, and abstract art.
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