The Touchstone Gallery in Washington, DC, with the support of a grant from the Touchstone Foundation, will be exhibiting “The One House Project” beginning on November 3, with an artist’s reception that evening at the gallery. Several Guild members have contributed to the project, which includes pieces donated by over 200 local artists. Each artist has created a 1-foot-square wooden panel that commemorates an ancestor who was an immigrant to this country at some point in its history. This project is meant to be a political statement within the large national conversation now taking place about whether the United States will reduce access to this country for future immigrants. The Muddy Creek artists who participated in this project are Lora Collins, Karl Grahm, Corinna Woodard, Cary Eure, Mike Dennis, Roxanne Weidele, Joanne Riley, and Steve Schulman.