• Visitors view artwork in the Popcorn Gallery


    The Popcorn Gallery showcases the work of established visual artists, including resident artists at Glen Echo Park, as well as artists from the greater Washington, D.C. area. Popcorn Gallery exhibitions attract visitors from across the region and bring new audiences to Glen Echo Park. This gallery presents group exhibitions or occasional solo exhibitions of established artists.

    Gallery Hours

    Saturday & Sunday  |  12pm to 6pm


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    Janet Wittenberg

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    Michele Rubin

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    Virginia Hughes



Art Glass Center: Visions & Voices 2022 |  June 10 - July 3, 2022

Popcorn Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 12 pm – 6 pm

Opening Reception: Friday, June 10, 6 – 8 pm

The Popcorn Gallery presents Visions & Voices 2022, a juried exhibit of recent glass artwork by The Art Glass Center at Glen Echo artists. Art Glass Center Artists explore the many facets of glass in this exhibition of fine art glass. The exhibit reflects the endless possibilities of glass while echoing the artists' personalities. View the broad range of glass, from complex sculptures and wall hangings to elegant vessels and one-of-a-kind jewelry.  

Featured Artists

Michaela Borghese, Christine Burris, Diane Cooper Cabe, Keary Cannon, Daniel Carozza, Matt Fuchs, Chris Hekimian, Katherine Hubley, Ginny Hughes, Jennifer Lee, Michele Rubin, Sherry Selevan, Bev Sleph, Mary Wactlar, Karen Wilson, Janet Wittenberg



Charma Le Edmonds: Untold Stories |  July 8 - July 31, 2022

Curated by Jack Rasmussen
Director and Curator of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

Popcorn Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 12 pm – 6 pm

Opening Reception: Friday, July 8, 6 – 8 pm

As a native Choctaw, storytelling was a part of Charma Le Edmonds’s heritage. And, like the Surrealists before her, she relied on automatic drawing as the basis of her imagery. Her drawings form a layered story within the paintings. This intuitive process creates a psychological depth using veils of layered colors and pattern contrasted with solid blocks of color and intricate detail, mirroring the overlays of experience in our day-to-day lives. They represent the struggle of recovery and of fundamental human conflict. Her art is a search for beauty in nature and harmony between life and death as a source of strength and reflection.

Artist Biography

Charma Le Edmonds (1955 - 2021) was born in Rapid City, South Dakota and received a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC, in 1986. She was a Native American and a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. She exhibited work at Tartt Gallery, Washington, DC, Maryland Art Place, Clark Gallery, Boston, MA, Washington Project for the Arts, Hemphill Fine Arts and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. She was a recipient of an Individual Artists’ Award from Maryland State Arts Council, a Ford Foundation Grant and was an artist in residence at Yaddo. Her work included painting, sculpture, ceramics, installation, bookmaking and set design.

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