The Georgetown Galleries
The Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill is an association of seven art galleries located on upper Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown's art and antique district. The galleries host joint events, including lectures, Spring and Fall Art Walks, tours, opening receptions, etc.
Addison/Ripley Fine Art
Addison/Ripley Fine Art features exhibitions of work by leading area and internationally recognized artists and works by younger, emerging artists. Work in all media, such as painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, and printmaking, is represented with styles that range from traditional landscape to overall abstraction. Featured artists include Wolf Kahn, Frank Hallam Day, Jackie Battenfield, Trevor Young, Lou Stovall, and Carol Brown Goldberg, and editioned pieces by Suzanne Caporael, Sam Gilliam, Kerry James Marshall, and Tauba Auerbach. Art acquisition, placement, and curating services are available through the gallery for private clients, art consultants, interior decorators, and corporate entities.
https://addisonripleyfineart.com | 1670 Wisconsin Ave NW
African Union Mission (AU)
African Union Mission (AU) is a continental body consisting of the 55 member states that make up the countries of the African Continent. It was officially launched in 2002 as a successor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU). The mandate of the African Union Mission to the United States is to develop, maintain, undertake resource mobilization, and consolidate constructive and productive institutional relationships between the African Diaspora, the Bretton Woods Institutions, as well as the U.S. universities, and the private sector.
https://au.int/en | 1640 Wisconsin Ave NW
Calloway Fine Art & Consulting
Calloway Fine Art & Consulting specializes in contemporary art by local, regional, and international artists. CFAC (formerly Susan Calloway Fine Arts) offers art collectors and enthusiasts a wide range of both representational and abstract paintings and prints, as well as select photography and sculpture.
In addition, the gallery provides extensive consulting services, art, and framing, for both residential and commercial clients. CFAC is known for its premier conservation framing services. By using all archival materials and techniques, the gallery ensures that the artwork is properly handled and “housed” for the future. By always bringing a sophisticated “eye” to the framing design and using only the highest-quality finished-corner frames, the gallery ensures that each work of art is enhanced by the final design. We also discuss where the art will be located with each client to be certain that choices made will relate to the overall space.
https://callowayart.com | 1643 Wisconsin Ave NW
Gallery Article 15
Gallery Article 15's introductory exhibition, showcases the extraordinary talent and diversity of contemporary art in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The original paintings in the exhibition depict the challenges and joys of everyday life in the Congo, the country's rich culture and often troubled history, and the beauty and risks to the country's enormous natural resources.
KLAGSBRUN STUDIOS houses 1-3 full-time artists plus the Tuesday Night Group. These working studios are open by appointment and for neighborhood events, salons, and workshops. Our first-floor gallery space features of series of rotating exhibitions that feature the resident artists.
To arrange a studio visit or make an appointment please email Micheline Klagsbrun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
http://klagsbrunstudios.com | 1662 33rd St NW
Scilla and Luna
A mother-daughter-owned business by the name of Scilla and Luna is a textile-loving collaboration. Our shop combines all the things we love and want to share with people who desire and appreciate high-quality handmade goods that are unique and even one of a kind.
https://www.scillaandluna.com | 1675 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington Printmakers Gallery
Washington Printmakers Gallery is a cooperative gallery and the area’s primary source for contemporary fine art prints, photographs, and artist books. Its artist members include exceptional local and national printmakers and photographers who exhibit regularly in the organization’s group and solo shows.
Founded by local artists in 1985, Washington Printmakers Gallery has long been the metro area’s primary source for contemporary fine art prints and photographs. It has a membership of exceptional local and national printmakers, photographers, and book artists. The gallery has a full calendar of juried shows, group, and solo exhibitions. Most months, the gallery has a group exhibit of members’ work and a solo show. The gallery also houses bins and flat files with prints and photographs. All work is from limited editions.
http://www.washingtonprintmakers.com | 1641 Wisconsin Ave NW