SHAKKEI—BORROWED SCENERY by MARI ISHIKAWA OPENS at JEWELERS’WERK GALERIE in GEORGETOWN

July 16, 2022

Jewelers’Werk Galerie will open Shakkei—Borrowed Scenery, an exhibition of new work by artist-jeweler Mari Ishikawa on Saturday, July 16th. The show will remain on view through August 5, 2022. “Shakkei,” […]

THE SPACE WE OCCUPY: An Exhibition of Work by Contemporary Irish Artists Presented by Solas Nua

July 9, 2022

The Space We Occupy An exhibition of work by Irish visual artists Neil Carroll, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Colin Crotty, Katie Holten, Fiona Kelly and George Bolster Curated by Miranda Driscoll […]

Galaxy by Kimiaki Kageyama at JEWELERS’WERK GALERIE

June 25, 2022

Jewelers’Werk Galerie presents Galaxy, an exhibition of new work by Japanese artist-jeweler Kimiaki Kageyama. The show opens on Saturday, June 25th and will remain on view through July 15th. This […]

SAVOR THE FLAVOR – FIVE RECIPES FOR CANNING AND PRESERVING

June 16, 2022

Savor the Flavor is a photo exhibition that is open through September 16 at the Goethe-Institut Washington. There is a lot of downtime in the kitchen: waiting for meat to […]

Harmony, a Textile Art Exhibition

June 1, 2022

In a time when our world feels chaotic, we look for Harmony in our lives. Broadway Galleries, Alexandria purveyor of Fine Art, Art Installation, and Framing, invites you. Curated by […]

Degrees of Separation

May 15, 2022

The Justice Arts Coalition is a national organization based in Silver Spring, Maryland, that unites systems-impacted artists and their allies to harness the transformative power of the arts to reimagine […]

Ritual and Relief

April 1, 2022

The members of the Washington Printmakers Gallery are proud to present Ritual and Relief. Woodblock prints and works on paper by Amy Guadagnoli from April 1st through April 30th, 2022 […]

Common Thread

March 4, 2022

Members of the Washington Printmakers Gallery are proud to announce the upcoming exhibit Common Thread

Sargent, Whistler & Venetian Glass at SAAM  

February 9, 2022

 John Singer Sargent and James McNeill Whistler, two fiercely independent late 19th-century American expatriate painters who spent most of their lives in Europe and dabbled in Impressionism without ever capitulating […]

Carlotta Hester’s “Rapture” Canvases Evoke Jazz Improv 

January 12, 2022

Walking past Addison/Ripley Fine Art at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue, bright splashes of watercolor on canvas might catch your eye. In her latest show “Rapture,” painter Carlotta Hester’s expressionist evocations of improvisational freedom light up the gallery.  “Rapture – that is what I felt when I […]