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The show will be open 2 p.m. through 4 p.m. Food will be offered Saturday and possibly Sunday.
The show will be on view Saturdays and Sundays until March 27. The artist will be there each day.
The artist will be showing a variety of ceramic sculptures, some of which have been wood fired in a special wood fire kiln. The white piece is glazed with Terra Sigillata, a glaze used by the ancient Greeks on their vases.
EZ Storage is just that — a storage facility that was built with artist studios on the first floor of the building. The studio is part of the Gateway Arts District here, which is now a mecca for artists who need venues to work and mount shows.
Located just north of the Washington, D.C., district line, the run down area has now been revitalized with old buildings turned into art spaces, newly built town houses, restaurants and food shops.
Sandra has worked at the Red Dirt Studio in the Brentwood Warehouse District for several years. She recently moved to a studio in the EZ Storage Building. Her show is in a studio/gallery belonging to Su Crane, a painter.
Sandra Dwiggins, originally from Chicago, can be contacted at via E-mail at DwigginsArt@gmail.com