Art Show at the Yellow Barn

“Finding My Voice” art show at the Yellow Barn Art Gallery was a tremendous hit!   With over two hundred visitors, there was great interest in the art.  One visitor from Maine said “The show should have been named “Movement and Color,” that’s what the paintings in Christopher’s show evoked for me.”

Christopher’s art teacher, Laren Rader, write Christopher: ” I just came from your show. WOW!!! Incredible. Your work looks so beautiful hanging in a gallery.”  You are awesome!!!  Fantastic job! Congratulations!”DSCN5728 IMG_1145 DSCN5730 IMG_1205 IMG_1205IMG_1209

Christopher Charles Imbrie is an abstract painter based in Bethesda, Maryland. He has spent his childhood traveling from country to country with his foreign service parents. As an autistic person, he has found his voice through his painting, reveling in color through his design and movement with the brush.

CHRISTOPHER IMBRIE WILL HAVE AN ART SHOW: “FINDING MY VOICE” FEBRUARY 23-24 FROM 12-5, WITH A RECEPTION ON SATURDAY FROM 5:00 TO 7:00 AT THE YELLOW BARN GALLERY, GLEN ECHO PARK, GLEN ECHO, MD.

50 OF HIS PAINTINGS WILL BE ON DISPLAY FOR SALE AT THE SHOW.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE STUDIO, CLICK HERE:  Yellow Barn Studio

All material copyrighted and may not be copied without permission of the artist.

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