Addison/Ripley Fine Art

1670 Wisconsin Ave NW, at Reservoir Rd.,
Tues-Sat 11-6 & by appt.
(202) 338-5180, fax (202) 338-2341

Suzanne Caporael: Prints, thru January 21: The exhibition will trace more than twenty years of the artist’s printmaking work, which will be complimented by a few select paintings.

January 28 – March 4: Branched, featuring the paintings, works on paper and sculptures of Jackie Battenfield and Julia Bloom.

Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Book Hill in Georgetown, 1643 Wisconsin Avenue NW, phone: 202-965-4601, fax: 202-338-1660, Tues-Sat, 10-5 or by appt.

Maud Taber-Thomas: Thinkers and Dreamers, thru January 7. A passionate scholar of classic literature, an avid classical musician, an eager European traveler, an aficionado of past time periods,  Maud Taber-Thomas interweaves all of these into her artwork.  Maud’s artistic  process is strongly tied to the skills employed by artists from past generations, from the Renaissance Tenebrists, to French Rococo painters, to the Pre-Raphaelites and Impressionist portraitists. Working in miniature, on a larger than life scale, and every size in between, Maud endows all of her works with a sense of the fleeting nature of light, a celebration of color, and a sympathetic and tranquil sense of peace and thoughtfulness. Many of her works feature sensitive portraits that evoke the complex inner life of her subjects, hinting at stories that transcend the single moment that can be depicted in a visual. Maud’s drawings and paintings exist within a peaceful conversation between the many art forms that she loves. In her work, music, sweet poetry-and the fine arts-agree.

Year in Review Exhibition, Jan 13 – Feb 4.

To celebrate nine excellent exhibitions spanning abstract to landscape from 2016, we are hosting an exhibition highlighting the dynamic artworks we had on view. Come see select works by Dana Westring, Mark Willems, Mark Giaimo, Carol Reed, Dean Fisher, Katie Pumphrey, Natasha Karpinskaia, Matthew Langley, Steven S. Walker, Antonia Walker, and Maud Taber-Thomas.


Katie Pumphrey, Heads and Horns, Charcoal on canvas, 2016, 60 x 92 Image courtesy of the artist Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Rodgers Naylor: The Café Life, February 10 – March 11. Adhering to a realistic yet painterly style, Naylor paints in an “alla prima” manner, which allows great flexibility in mixing colors and attaining soft edges, fostering a fresh, spontaneous approach to painting.

For his upcoming exhibition at Susan Calloway Fine Arts, Naylor delves into modern day  “cafésociety”.  In Parisian life in the late 18th and early 19th century, cafés were places of companionship as well as intellectual discourse, and often enough, just frivolous enjoyment. Though we don’t hear the term “café society” often now, the concept and its lifestyle are very much alive today. This exhibition explores the café as a gathering place for people of all ages and walks of life to break bread peacefully together, to enjoy the camaraderie, as well as that extra cup of coffee.

Susan Calloway Fine Arts specializes in contemporary art by local, regional, and international artists, and offers a selection of vintage and antique American and European oil paintings as well. The gallery provides extensive art consulting services for business and residential clients and collaborates with architecture and design trades. The gallery also specializes in conservation framing using archival-quality materials and techniques.

Cross MacKenzie Gallery

1675 Wisconsin Ave NW, 202.337.7970

Call for info.

Maurine Littleton Gallery

1667  Wisconsin Ave. NW,  between Q St & Reservoir Road,  (202) 333-9307.   email: Open: Tues-Sat 11-6.

Located in historic Georgetown, Maurine Littleton Gallery exhibits the work of leading contemporary artists in glass, metal, and ceramics – including Harvey K. Littleton, Dale Chihuly, Dante  Marioni, Richard Marquis, Ginny Ruffner, Therman Statom, Colin Reid, and Albert Paley.

1 P Street Gallerie

3235 P Street NW, at Wisconsin Ave.,
Open Wed – Sat & By Appointment
(202) 333-4868

P Street Gallerie will be closed for our winter break. Please visit us in the gallery beginning February 2017.

Come Paint with Us! – We are now offering painting parties in the Gallerie. Visit us online to explore our full list of party packages and book your child’s next SPECIAL celebration.

P Street Gallerie, a modern contemporary art gallery where the art is as varied and diverse as the people who collect it. Visit us online or in the gallery regularly to see what’s new. Call or email for current information. – Show dates subject to change.

P Street Gallerie now offers single and multi-day space rentals, as well as custom painting parties. Please contact Lisa Brown at to book your next event.


Georgetown University Spagnuolo Art Gallery

1221 36th St. NW, First Floor
Open Wed-Friday 12-7, Sat 12-5, Sun 11-4

Jesse Krimes, February 1- March 26.

Philadelphia-based artist Jesse Krimes’ work investigates the human condition in an attempt to disentangle complex value systems and hierarchies. The Spagnuolo Gallery will present selections from bodies of work that Krimes completed during and after a six-year period of incarceration for a non-violent drug offense.

Artist Lecture February 23rd. Visit our website for details.

The Spagnuolo Art Gallery is the primary exhibition space for the Department of Art and Art History at Georgetown University. Our mission is to exhibit art by working artists, provide a space for student exhibitions, and sponsor educational arts programming in a setting accessible to the university and local community.

Washington Printmakers Gallery

1641 Wisconsin Ave NW,  Wed – Sun 12-5

January 4-28: Of Place by Martha Oatway. Says the artist, “This is an exhibition of paper and plexiglas prints based on the life I’ve lived both in the US and the UK.”  Prints exhibited are monoprints created by layers of collagraphs and paper lithographs, a response to hills in Maryland. Screen printed plexiglas prints are a response to cliffs near Cardigan.

February: Prints from local young printmaker students.

Check WPG’s website for images and current information on receptions, presentations, demonstrations, and daily availability of printmakers at the Gallery.  A cooperative gallery of active printmakers, founded in 1985, WPG is the Washington area’s primary source for contemporary, artist-pulled fine art prints, photographic printing, and experimentation with printmaking processes.

PRINTMAKERS: Please, stop by to ask about the new opportunities for memberships, split memberships, and group memberships!!!




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