Metro Weekly

Gallery: Holiday Starkillers Strike Back

A "futuristic grandeur" show of paintings, photographs, and mixed-media sculptures

X-Wing (Poe) [Top] and X-Wing (Luke) [Bottom] —
Photo: Chris Bishop

Two years ago, local painter and mixed-media artist Andrew Wodzianski curated an exhibition of playful works from fellow Star Wars-inspired artists and pegged to the release of The Force Awakens.

Now that the sci-fi juggernaut is back in theaters with The Last Jedi, Wodzianski has once again assembled another related “futuristic grandeur” show of paintings, photographs, and mixed-media sculptures by artists including Metro Weekly contributor Scott G. Brooks, Gregory Ferrand Artist, Chris Bishop, Jared Davis, J.D. Deardourff, and Steve Strawn.

All artwork is for sale, as are hand-painted ornaments displayed on a Christmas tree with an X-wing Starfighter topper. To Jan. 20. Anacostia Arts Center, 1231 Good Hope Road SE. Call 202-631-6291 or visit

Starkillers Helmet — Photo: Jared Davis

We Have No Time for Our Sorrows — Photo: Chris Bishop

Starkillers Helmet — Photo: Scott Brooks

Feed Your Email
News, Reviews, Contests, Coverboy, Discounts and More!

Metro Weekly's Emails are a great way to stay up-to-date with everything you want to know -- and more!



Doug Rule covers the arts, theater, music, food, nightlife and culture as contributing editor for Metro Weekly.