6925 Willow Street NW, Washington, DC 20012 – located two blocks from Takoma Metro Station
Show dates: Oct. 6th thru Nov. 13th
Artist’s reception: Sat. Oct. 8th, 5-7 pm
Artist talks: Sun. Nov.13th, 2 pm
Dave and Charlie offer up their special view of the world. They create art that’s humorous, satirical, ironic and whimsical. Their work reflects the things we see and overhear every day. In this show we get to share what they see and I guarantee what you see will make you smile.
Dave Peterson Charlie Viconage
Charlie Visconage “I get inspiration from pop culture, movies, animals, my travels in the U.S. and abroad, hip hop, and word play. My influences include artists Graham Roumieu, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, and Matt Sesow. “
Dave Peterson “I love to notice little tiny moments in life. When I draw, I’m looking for those moments. A quick expression of happiness or sadness or beauty. The subtle interaction between friends, or enemies. I record these in my mind, and use my artwork to celebrate them. Often with a tension between humor and sadness.”