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Friday, March 27, 2015
Jackie Hoysted’s in "Ne Pas Sourire" at the Arts Club of Washington
Jackie Hoysted’s work is
included in Ne Pas Sourire at
the Arts Club of Washington through March 28. Curated by Christopher With,
the exhibition also includes the work of Sandra Gober and Blair Jackson.
Jackie’s portraits are both
intense psychological studies and visually arresting compositions of color and
line. Her models are positioned against a richly hued monochrome. Jackie pares
the figure down allowing the focus to zero in on the deeply expressive faces.