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'''Barbara Januszkiewicz''' is an American painter. In 1997 she interviewed [[Hilda Thorpe]].<ref>Barbara Januszkiewicz (2000). Hilda Thorpe, in her own words. ''[[Washington Review]]'' '''XXV''', June/July 2000.</ref> Her work was shown at the [[McLean Project for The Arts]] in 2015,<ref>[editorial team] (October 7, 2015). [http://www.eastcityart.com/openings-and-events/color-riffs-by-barbara-januszkiewicz/ Color Riffs by Barbara Januszkiewicz]. ''East City Art''. Accessed December 2018.</ref> and at the [[Martha Spak Gallery]] in 2018.<ref name=wp>Mark Jenkins (June 8, 2018). [https://web.archive.org/web/20181125074011/https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/in-the-galleries-roving-photographers-capture-street-scenes-around-the-world/2018/06/07/55069a24-6843-11e8-9e38-24e693b38637_story.html?utm_term=.6f2c0f67ad4f In the galleries: Roving photographers capture street scenes around the world]. ''Washington Post''. Accessed December 2018.</ref>
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'''Barbara Januszkiewicz''' is an American painter. In 1997 she interviewed [[Hilda Thorpe]].<ref>Barbara Januszkiewicz (2000). Hilda Thorpe, in her own words. ''[[Washington Review]]'' '''XXV''', June/July 2000.</ref> Her work was shown at the [[McLean Project for The Arts]] in 2015,<ref>[editorial team] (October 7, 2015). [http://www.eastcityart.com/openings-and-events/color-riffs-by-barbara-januszkiewicz/ Color Riffs by Barbara Januszkiewicz]. ''East City Art''. Accessed December 2018.</ref> and at the [[Martha Spak Gallery]] in 2018.<ref name=wp>Mark Jenkins (June 8, 2018). [https://web.archive.org/web/20181125074011/https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/in-the-galleries-roving-photographers-capture-street-scenes-around-the-world/2018/06/07/55069a24-6843-11e8-9e38-24e693b38637_story.html?utm_term=.6f2c0f67ad4f In the galleries: Roving photographers capture street scenes around the world]. ''Washington Post''. Accessed December 2018.</ref> In 2017 she opened a gallery space, Metro Micro Gallery, with a grant from [[Arlington County]].<ref name=nvm>Tamia Mallory {March 22, 2018). [https://www.northernvirginiamag.com/culture/culture-features/2018/03/22/women-to-watch-arlington-gallery-owner-leesburg-branding-strategist-and-springfield-delegate/ Women to Watch: An Arlington gallery owner, Leesburg branding strategist and Springfield delegate]. ''Northern Virginia Magazine''. Accessed December 2018.</ref>
  
Her style incorporates elements of [[Color Field painting]] and of [[Abstract Expressionism]].<ref>https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/in-the-galleries-melding-sound-and-art/2015/10/16/07255b24-728c-</ref> She has worked in watercolour and, in the manner of [[Helen Frankenthaler]], in dilute [[Acrylic paint|acrylic]] on unprepared canvas.{{r|wp}}
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Her style incorporates elements of [[Color Field painting]] and of [[Abstract Expressionism]].<ref name=wp2> Mark Jenkins (October 16, 2015). [https://web.archive.org/web/20151017045033/https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/in-the-galleries-melding-sound-and-art/2015/10/16/07255b24-728c-11e5-8d93-0af317ed58c9_story.html In the galleries: Melding sound and art]. ''Washington Post''. Archived October 17, 2015.</ref> She has worked in watercolor and, in the manner of [[Helen Frankenthaler]], in dilute [[Acrylic paint|acrylic]] on unprepared canvas.{{r|wp}}
Januszkiewicz as part of her studio practice founded the Metro Micro Gallery in the DC area.<ref>.https://www.northernvirginiamag.com/culture/culture-features/2018/03/22/women-to-watch-arlington-gallery-owner-leesburg-branding-strategist-and-springfield-delegate/</ref>
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Januszkiewicz made a television documentary about a traveling roadshow from Boston called ''[[Museum of Bad Art]]''.{{cn|date=November 2018}} Another documentary, ''Remembering The Present'', was filmed in the [[Kreeger Museum]] in Washington, D.C.,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.kreegermuseum.org/programs/citypiece.asp/|title=Upcoming Programs|website=The Kreeger Museum|publisher=The Kreeger Museum|access-date=30 May 2018}}</ref>{{failed verification|date=May 2018}} in July 2000.
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She made a television documentary about a traveling roadshow from Boston called ''[[Museum of Bad Art]]''.{{cn|date=November 2018}} Another documentary, ''Remembering The Present'', was filmed in the [[Kreeger Museum]] in Washington, D.C.,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.kreegermuseum.org/programs/citypiece.asp/|title=Upcoming Programs|website=The Kreeger Museum|publisher=The Kreeger Museum|access-date=30 May 2018}}</ref>{{failed verification|date=May 2018}} in July 2000.
  
 
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Template:Use mdy dates Barbara Januszkiewicz is an American painter. In 1997 she interviewed Hilda Thorpe.[1] Her work was shown at the McLean Project for The Arts in 2015,[2] and at the Martha Spak Gallery in 2018.[3] In 2017 she opened a gallery space, Metro Micro Gallery, with a grant from Arlington County.[4]

Her style incorporates elements of Color Field painting and of Abstract Expressionism.[5] She has worked in watercolor and, in the manner of Helen Frankenthaler, in dilute acrylic on unprepared canvas.Template:R

She made a television documentary about a traveling roadshow from Boston called Museum of Bad Art.[no citations needed here] Another documentary, Remembering The Present, was filmed in the Kreeger Museum in Washington, D.C.,[6]Template:Failed verification in July 2000.

References

  1. Barbara Januszkiewicz (2000). Hilda Thorpe, in her own words. Washington Review XXV, June/July 2000.
  2. [editorial team] (October 7, 2015). Color Riffs by Barbara Januszkiewicz. East City Art. Accessed December 2018.
  3. Mark Jenkins (June 8, 2018). In the galleries: Roving photographers capture street scenes around the world. Washington Post. Accessed December 2018.
  4. Tamia Mallory {March 22, 2018). Women to Watch: An Arlington gallery owner, Leesburg branding strategist and Springfield delegate. Northern Virginia Magazine. Accessed December 2018.
  5. Mark Jenkins (October 16, 2015). In the galleries: Melding sound and art. Washington Post. Archived October 17, 2015.
  6. "Upcoming Programs". The Kreeger Museum. http://www.kreegermuseum.org/programs/citypiece.asp/. 

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