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Is Pleased to Present an Exhibition featuring artists

Jefferson Pinder and Lauren Saxon

International Visions-The Gallery
2629 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20008

May 19, 2004

Please Join us at the Artist's Opening Reception on May 22, 2004 from 6:30-9:00pm

Jefferson Pinder began his visual arts journey working in the medium of collage. Inspired by David Driskell, Romare Bearden and Robert Rauschenburg, Jefferson cuts and slices print media to explore Afro-American identity. Pinder is also currently collaborating with filmmakers to created performance art short films. Most recently his films have been featured at the Woodstock Film Festival in NY and Studio Museum of Harlem. Jefferson earned his B.A and MFA from University of Maryland. Jefferson was a 2002/2003 recipient of the University of Maryland David C. Driskell Center for the Study of the African Diaspora Fellowship. His other honors include the Artist Trust GAP Grant Award and Sadat Peace Art Prize.



Lauren Saxon began her formal studies in art at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. She is a graduate from Colgate University where she earned a B.A. in Art and Art History with a concentration in Studio Art. Her oil paintings are images of real people created in her own abstract, expressionistic form. Her use of color and movement within the painting creates a mood or depth that is not only intriguing, but also mysterious. In 2003, Lauren represented the Colgate University Art Department at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Lauren has worked under celebrated Washington artist Mary Anne Reilly since 2001. Lauren also advanced her studies in art at Syracuse University in Florence, Italy and at New York University in New York City.


This exhibit will run May 19 - June 26, 2004


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