NOTICE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the monthly Art in the City receptions at our City Center Branch are now held virtually. Check in periodically for updates.
We’re excited to partner with The Compass Atelier on a program that allows Master Artist Program students to showcase their paintings inside Signal Financial’s flagship branch at City Center, located in the heart of Washington, DC. Each month, the City Center branch morphs into a revolving art exhibit, giving the students a platform to display their visual artwork and be recognized among the community. New artists are highlighted each month, with an opening reception on the first Thursday of every month. Come by and enjoy music, light refreshments and complimentary beverages as we acknowledge and celebrate the artists of our very own community. Check back monthly to see which artist we’ll be featuring next.
For our most recent exhibit, Signal is proud to showcase the lively and vibrant artwork of Ken Bachman.
A virtual showcase of his work will show across Signal’s social media platforms and website.
Ken Bachman ‘s Bio
Although his time for painting was limited during his 40 year law practice, he has been concentrating fully on his art for the last eight years. He has completed the three year Master Artist Program at the Compass Atelier, and lives and works in Bethesda, Maryland.
He has had solo exhibitions at the Delaplaine Art Center, the Arts Club of Washington, the Hill Center Galleries, the Woman’s National Democratic Club, the Signal Financial Gallery, and the Glen Echo Park View Gallery. For examples of press coverage mentioning his work, click here.
In the past four years, he has received twenty-five awards for his artworks in national and regional juried exhibitions, including three “Best in Show” awards, five first place awards, three Excellent awards and numerous second place awards. Several of his paintings have been selected by jurors from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Phillips Collection, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the Athenaeum for highly selective exhibits. He has exhibited his works throughout the Washington metropolitan area and nationally at numerous juried exhibitions.