June 1, Saturday, 3-5pm,
June 8, Saturday, 2-4pm, Workshop: Presentation as Part of the Artist’s Process. Free!
Helga Thomson was born in Buenos Aires and studied there and in Europe, as well as at Montgomery College and the Corcoran School of Art. Helga has exhibited widely in international group and solo shows and she has received numerous awards. Her works are included in private and public collections (such as the Library of Congress) in the United States, Argentina, Europe and Central Asia.
Norman Strike received his BA in sociology from Wartburg College in Iowa before moving to the DC area in 1972. He became a picture framer, with his own frame shop, and a printmaker. His prints have received numerous awards in group exhibitions. In 1998, his work was included in an exhibition curated in Annapolis by Maryland’s first lady, Frances Hughes Glendening. Norman’s print Ben’s Chili Bowl Is in the collection of the National Museum of American History. Other prints are in the Permanent Collections of the Library of Congress, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Baltimore Museum of Art.