Convergence Opens on May 29th

 Convergence is a fusion of art styles made possible by Jay Coleman and Eglon Daley. These DC based artists explore the complexity of the human frame and the sanctity of everyday life together in their upcoming group show. Coleman’s painterly technique is filled with energetic brush strokes, giving his subjects a relatable interpretation on canvas. Daley’s smooth application and rich color selection leave long lasting impressions on all who see his work.

Convergence opens on May 29th, 2020 and closes on July 31, 2020 in the Honfleur Gallery at 1241 Good Hope Road SE, Washington DC 20020. The opening reception and artist talk will be held on May 29th via Zoom from 6-9PM. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10am – 5pm and by appointment.

As an artist, Eglon Daley mixes personal expression and public, shared process. He depicts the human landscape of vibrant social gatherings, festivals, city streets and public meetings to form a scene that celebrates the diversity and unity of contemporary experience. His work can be found in private collections throughout the United States, Jamaica, Germany, and Spain as well as in the permanent collection at the Washington Convention Center. Jay Coleman, M.A. Ed., H.D. has been in the service of children for over 15 years. With experience teaching and as an administrator in public, private and charter schools, he has concentrated his expertise in the field of special education. As a professional artist and father, his sensitivity to the human spirit has enabled him to educate and inspire parents and students alike. After attending Morehouse College 94’ he returned to D.C. to further his studies at the Corcoran School of Art, 99’. Under the direction of his mentor Lois Mailou Jones, he began graduate studies at Howard University.









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