Monday, November 12, 2007

Amy Lin at Heineman Myers Contemporary Art

Amy Lin, known for her colored pencil pictures of dots, opens a new show, "Silence" at Heineman Myers Contemporary Art in Bethesda on Wednesday. Lin's works are beautiful abstractions and I would love to see them in person. My Wednesday evening is currently booked with a stationary launch at Apres-Peau, and it's also the night Joe Ellis is reading at Politics and Prose, so I probably will not make the opening unless I dash over there towards the end. The show runs until December 23, so there's ample time to head to Bethesda and see it.

"Tripled" is part of Lin's new show, "Silence."

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