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cove Hosts Reception at K Street – Featuring Local Artist Meg Biram 6/3

cove Hosts Reception at K Street Location

Featuring Local Artist Meg Biram

megPhoto credit – www.megbiram.com

Washington, D.C. – On June 3, 2015 cove will partner with ArtSee to host a reception at their K Street space (1990 K St NW, Washington, D.C.) for a reception featuring the work of local artist, Meg Biram. The works on display focus on abstract expressionism. The productive space will be hosting Biram’s work through October 13, 2015, and welcomes the public to tour the space, meet the artist, and see her work on June 3, 2015 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.

Meg Biram is an entrepreneur and artist in Washington D.C. Her artwork show at cove is a colorful yet slightly monochromatic. Biram uses acrylic, gouache, and any paint she can get her hands on for her abstract expressionist works. The result is a canvas layered in thick, fluid color. Biram grew up going to art classes at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. She continued her art education throughout high school and college careers.

In addition to her art, Biram is a lifestyle blogger, consultant and entrepreneur. After years of consulting and blogging at MegBiram.com, Meg co-founded The B Bar where she writes eBooks about blogging, social media, and online marketing. In 2014 Meg founded an all-female co-working studio in Georgetown where she works from her standing desk each week. Meg has been featured in The Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, Luxe Magazine, Rue Magazine, Matchbook Magazine, KCMagazine, and Refinery29. In 2014 she was named one of InTheCapital’s 50 on Fire in the field of design.

Members of the cove community come from different backgrounds and work environments. cove was created with a simple objective: building places you want to be. They boast fast Wi-Fi, color printers, conference rooms, and now, local art for their members. Cove has been hosting local artists in their productivity spaces, since August 2014.

ArtSee works to bring local art and artists into each cove space with a six-month rotation of their work. With the recent rise of non-traditional gallery spaces, cove will become the first space of its kind to welcome artists into their community. Each artist will not only have their work displayed but will be introduced to the cove community through a series of receptions, talks and workshops, coordinated by ArtSee.

meg2Photo by Lauren Joseph, www.washingtonian.com

 

 

 


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