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Vote For Best Art Gallery

You've made your nominations on Potomac Patch and Bethesda Patch. Now let's put it to a vote and name a Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.

 

Where can you find the best art gallery in Potomac and Bethesda?

Patch is relaunching its Readers’ Choice program and we’re asking you, your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and anyone else who knows about art to nominate the best galleries around Potomac and Bethesda.

The nomination period ended July 9. Voting begins July 23 and ends at midnight Aug 17.

Nominees were added as comments below and Patch is using its discretion in adding to the nominations if readers declined to weigh in.

Remember, voting will be closed before July 23 and after Aug. 17. During live voting, you'll be asked to create an account in order to cast your ballot.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

PS: Sign up for the Potomac or Bethesda newsletter to find out when voting starts so you can support your favorite institution in the Readers' Choice contest. 

vanguardphenomena June 28, 2012 at 03:22 AM
Since a great three-ring circus opening featuring a skilled performance artist interacting with the audience in a challenging manner by rolling around the space within a large plastic ball plus a subtle installation of ceramic artist Laurel Lukaszewski's work, VisArts' offerings have fallen off badly. If you want to acquire internationally-visible art for your collection, your best source would be Osuna Art / 4090-A Howard Avenue / Kensington MD 20895. Ramon Osuna has been handling art for more than fifty years--he's the leading art dealer within the whole Washington DC metropolitan area. His website: www.osunaart.com
Maggie Gourlay July 03, 2012 at 10:09 PM
VisArts brings art into the mix of restaurants, bars, and outdoor cafes, surrounding the Rockville Library. Thoughtfully curated exhibits provide a much needed venue for Washington area contemporary artists and bring an urban vibe into this suburban enclave.

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