The Linda Doman Collection: Selected Work

On View: October 1 - January 29, 2023

Jenkins Community Gallery

Featured Artists: Jane Anthony Buckman, Linda Doman, Brece Honeycutt, Yuko Kimura, Micheline Klagsbrun, Merla Meyer, Tom Nakashima, Pam Rogers, Kiyoshi Saito, Kathy Treleani, and Alice Whealin,

Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington is proud to present an exhibition of artwork from the collection of Linda Doman. Linda served on the Museum’s board for many years and collected contemporary art, taking a special interest in work by artists based in the greater Washington, DC region. A beloved member of the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington community and a committed supporter of art and artists, Linda passed away in 2019.

The work on view here represents a selection of Linda’s collection. It includes artwork by Pam Rogers, Alice Whealin, and Brece Honeycutt, former participants in the Museum’s artist residency program, as well as pieces from other esteemed local and national artists including Tom Nakashima, Yuko Kimura, and Micheline Klagsbrun.

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