Friday, December 9, 2011


Elizabeth's work looks at home at Tryst
Pyramid Atlantic regular Elizabeth Graeber celebrated her solo show at Tryst in Adams Morgan on December 8. The homey venue is a natural backdrop for Elizabeth's watercolors of everyday items like poodles, chairs, birds and asparagus. Hung salon-style on warm walls, the paintings are deceptively simple. Harkening Maira Kallman, Graeber animates her subjects with an ironic wit—particularly apparent  in the angry reindeer trophy above the mantle. Elizabeth hopes "all the work will sell". This show is a must-see. Bring your laptop and stay a while.

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