"Mirage" by Sondra Arkin
Tim Tate, Co-founder of the Washington Glass School
"Girl's Club" 2nd Floor, intersection of 14th and U Sts. #215
AOM's Funky Furniture: Maggie O'Neill's "First Female President's Desk and Chair"
with "White House Bookshelf"
AOM's Funky Furniture: Roger Cutler's "George W. Bush
Chad Alan's Installation, "And on the Eighth Day, God Created Money"
Artomatic 2004: More than 600 artists on display less than a mile from the Capitol.
It was like having a show in Hill House...
This place got really creepy at night.
This unretouched photo looks like a painting...
Convent, hospital, orphanage, children's museum...
very spooky Shining sort of spooky when it was closing time...
Sean ignites the crowd on an Artomatic Saturday night...
Robert T. Cole, "Father Time" (2003) Stainless steel, bronze
"Baghdad Metro Stop" by Roger Cutler with commuter/admirer
"The Cabinet" (2004) Frank Fishburne Painted Steel
Saturday Finale: The model for Kayti Didriksen's
"King George: Man of Leisure" makes the scene...
Saturday Finale: Sera, Artist and Belly Dancer extraordinaire
lights up the Cabaret
Saturday Finale: "Mere Image," a rare photograph of Padre Juan
El Genio of the Congressional Confessional
Detail of Chad Alan's "Part of the Problem," Funky Furniture
Saturday Finale: Funky Furniture-Daughters of the new American Revolution
"Gopnik Beer from 2002 Art Gift" from the artists of Artomatic 2004, on its way to delivery to Blake Gopnik, art critic, Washington Post
Arkin, Zipperer, Aaron, Ramsey, Weiss: Columbia Heights Realm- Artists of Artomatic 2004
Sculpture by Joyce Zipperer, paintings by Sondra Arkin, pastels by Mary Beth Ramsey- Artomatic 2004