1641 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20007 • 202 669-1497
Open Thursdays–Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. • Sundays, Noon to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment: contact us and we will open the gallery during off hours!
Washington Printmakers Art Gallery is in Georgetown near Book Hill
Nearby are five other Washington, D.C. art galleries: Addison/Ripley, Susan Calloway, Cross MacKenzie, Artist’s Proof, and Klagsbrun Studios. Two doors down, Patisserie Poupon serves wonderful French pasties and coffee. Many restaurants and shops are close as well. Visit us and our neighborhood!
To all our friends,
We are currently closed because of COVID. We are sorry we can’t greet you here in person. But we look forward to when we will be together with you all again.
In the meanwhile, follow us on social media. We are on Facebook, on Instagram (washingtonprintmakers) and Twitter @WPGalleryDC). News of our current show, A Matter of Interpretation is online so you can see it. And we are working on a major redesign of our website, so keep checking for a whole new look here.
And even though you cannot come to the gallery in person, we can. So we are offering appointments for virtual visits to the gallery. A WPG artist will be happy to “meet” you in the gallery and show you the great work on display via a video chat. One thing that makes visits to our gallery special is the chance to talk with artists about their work. We are happy that we can still provide that experience even when people cannot come to the gallery in person.
To make an appointment for a virtual gallery visit, call Sally Canzoneri at 202-288-8074 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gift Cards Now Available
If you’d like to support the gallery and have a great shopping trip to look forward to, you can buy a gift card from us.
The Washington Printmakers Gallery is offering visitors a chance to see differing visions in one exhibit with an entire gallery of “mini-solos” presented by eight different artists. Each week we will be featuring one of the artists online so you can explore their work and learn more about their process.
Current featured artist:
Lila Oliver Asher
You Can Support Printmaking
Please remember the Washington Print Foundation when you plan your charitable giving. All donations are tax deductible and very much appreciated.