the flagship nonprofit space of the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District, is hosting its third exhibition through January 7.
The exhibition will feature local painters Anne Bouhour and Brigitte Zelenko and sculptors Constance Chabrieres and Nathalie Barthes-Pouliquen. Bouhour, Barthes-Pouliquen and Chabrieres are based in Bethesda, and Zelenko hails from Chevy Chase.
The artists' works have been displayed at the French Embassy, the World Bank and several private institutions, according to their Gallery B biographies.
The and the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District with the support of developer Bethesda Place Limited Partnership. Artists and curators can apply to show their work in future exhibits at the community gallery at www.bethesda.org.
Gallery B is located at 7700 Wisconsin Ave., Suite E. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m.