39th Street Gallery and Project Space at The Gateway Arts Center  

The 39th Street Gallery is closed for maintenance.  We will reopen in January 2016.

39th Street Gallery and Project Space Entrance
39th Street Gallery
(39th Street Entrance)
3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood MD 20722

A Project of the Gateway Community Development Corporation.
John Paradiso – Program and Facility Manager
Gateway Arts Center/CDC

[ To Be Announced ]

Check back in January

The Gallery is open 7:00-9:00 pm Thurs & Fri,
12:00-3:00 pm Saturday, and by appointment
[ For appointment contact Gateway CDC: 301−864−3860 ext. 3 ]
Upcoming Show – 39th Street Gallery

[ To Be Announced ]



Current Artist-in-Residence

Pat Autenrieth

Pat Autenrieth is a visual artist and retired associate professor.  She received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and taught for 34 years at the Corcoran College of Art and Design (now GWU).  Trained in sculpture, switched to painting, she blundered into quilt making and fiber art in 1986 and never looked back.

Pat Autenrieth - Artist-in-Residence

Recently at the
39th Street Gallery

by writer and photographer Timothy Gerken

“I accumulate images and then edit; creating a narrative from ideas I see in the photographs.  On the wall, the narrative develops as fiction as the photographs build off each other and through the cultural lens of the viewer, who transfers meaning into the relatively straightforward photographs.”  —  T. Gerken

Timothy Gerken is a writer and photographer who lives in the Leatherstocking region of Central New York.  He teaches writing and runs the gallery space at SUNY Morrisville.  Recent work include curating “Changing Landscape” at the Earlville Opera House and creating “Floating” a video installation on the Hamilton Green.

Timothy has been a MacDowell Colony Fellow and Edward Albee Foundation Fellow.  His education includes a PhD from Fordham University, an MFA from Brooklyn College, an MS from Southern CT State College, and a BS from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

"Contradictions and that Line about Self-Destruction" by writer and photographer Timothy Gerken

Featuring artists from the ezStorage Studios:
Chidinma Dureke, Melissa Ezelle, Melissa Glasser, Tom Hill, Wayson Jones, Imani Russell, Gilbert Trent, Denise Wamaling, and Mark Wamaling

Summer Show 2015 - ezStorage Studios Artists

Mixed media paintings by Kyujin Lee

“In the spirit of Surrealist automatism, I begin by creating spontaneous marks on paper or canvas; I often just brush over, splatter, and/or spill water-based pigments on it.  Deliberations follow such accidents as I wait to observe and refine images, with which I compose visual narratives. ...”  —  Kyujin Lee

Born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1972, Kyujin Lee received her MFA from the City College of the City University of New York in 1997 and her MA from the Teacher College, Columbia University in 2000.  Since Fall 2001, she has been living, working, and teaching art in Washington, DC.

Kyujin Lee - "I Will Fix You" (2007) - Ink, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, tissue paper on paper, 30" x 22 1/2"

Stephen Honicki

“Whether it be a classic Hitchcock mystery or a contemporary daytime soap opera, the dramatic interplay between characters in a make-believe world has strongly influenced my work as an artist.  As a photographer, my intent is for viewers to see my images as a series of dramatic vignettes unfolding before their eyes.  Through these photographs, the viewer is able to get a glimpse into various ‘scenes’ of my life – sometimes semi-autobiographical – sometimes ‘dislocated’ stories from those in my life at the time.  I see myself as a ‘visual storyteller’ dealing with the underlying themes of love, relationships, loss, and hope.”  —  Stephen Honicki

Stephen Honicki - "Out of Control" (2007), archival pigment print, 5" x 7"

Andrew Burans, Eric Gabriel, Maya Harrison, Lauren Jeyoon Lee, Peter Sibrin, Rrezart Beqa, Siena Roccograndi

Please join the 39th Street Gallery for an exhibit of 7 young artists from the University of Maryland's Art Honors Program.

The Honors Program provides a special experience for a select group of qualified Studio Art majors during their senior year.  This highly competitive program is designed for students who have demonstrated excellence in studio courses and achieved a high level of academic success.

University of Maryland's Art Honors Program


Gateway Arts Center @ Brentwood
a project of the Gateway Community Development Corporation
39th Street Studios 39th Street Gallery and Project Space
Gallery 110
Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center
Brentwood Arts Exchange
Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation

About Gateway CDC:

Gateway Community Development Corporation (CDC) drives economic revitalization along the U.S. Route 1 Corridor through business and neighborhood development initiatives including promotion of the arts as a community building strategy.  Gateway CDC works within the communities of Brentwood, North Brentwood, and Mount Rainier, Maryland, and in collaboration with multiple partners to ensure the success of the entire Gateway Arts District.  Gateway CDC is a 501c3 non-profit organization located in North Brentwood, Prince George's County, Maryland.

The Gateway Community Development Corporation owns and operates the Gateway Arts Center and the 39th Street Gallery.