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Lila Oliver Asher
4100 Thornapple Street
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

http://www.LilaOliverAsher.com lilaasher@earthlink.net Figurative relief prints. "Asher, like Matisse, is able to suggest the weight and warmth of flesh without recourse to shading, with a single line" (Paul Richard). "What seems most wonderful about these works is the quality of line" (Harold Horowitz).

Chayo DeChevez
47 Baltimore Street
Cumberland, MD 21502

http://www.chayodechevez.com
graphicus47@verizon.net Painter, printmaker, and photographer. Works in mixed media, etching, and photogravure.
Jenny Freestone
1000 Prospect St.
Takoma Park , MD 20912
http://www.jennyfreestone.com

jennyanddavidfreestone@gmail.com

Jenny Freestone works in the media of etching, drypoint, lithography and drawing, with photogravure an emerging interest.
Margaret Adams Parker
827 Fontaine Street
Alexandria , VA 22302
http://www.margaretadamsparker.com pparker@vts.edu Margaret (Peggy) Adams Parker is art editor of the WPC Quarterly; her work includes woodcuts, etchings, and sculpture.
Susan Due Pearcy
21900 Beallsville Road
Barnesville, MD 20838-0063
http://www.countrysideartisans.com sdpearcy@comcast.net Etchings, drypoint, monoprints, drawings, paintings, pastel. Open by appt. or open studio through Countryside Artisans. "Pearcy is a transcendentalist in the tradition of Thoreau, who believed in the unity of man and nature and the primacy of the spiritual over the material." (K.Wasserman, National Museum of Women in the Arts.)

Carol Reed
604 Montgomery St.
Alexandria, VA 22314

http://www.carolannreed.net carolannreed@verizon.net
Joan Root
4630 Charleston Terr. NW
Washington, DC 20007-1900
http://www.joanroot.com joanroot21@gmail.com Painter / printmaker of realistic figures, still life and landscape. Lectures in art history & other topics. Slide lecture series in her home every Fall. Contact if you wish to be on her mailing list.
Bernard Shleien
2421 Homestead Drive.
Silver Spring , MD 20902
http://www.bshleienart.com bshleien@ix.netcom.com Woodcuts and Monotypes inspired by local place, advances in science, and judaica.
Helga Thomson
7221 Grubby Thicket Way
Bethesda MD 20817
http://www.helgaart.com
helgathomson@mac.com
Etchings, dry-points,collagraphs, mixed media on paper and wood, 3D paper hanging constructions, and digital archival inkjet prints
Caroline Thorington
7714 Oldchester Rd
Bethesda , MD 20817
http://www.carolinethorington.com cthorart@verizon.net