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
Close by 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 nearby as well. Visit us and our neighborhood!
Prints by Nina Muys & Julie Niskanen Skolozynski,
April 3-28, 2019.
Artists’ Reception: Saturday, April 6, 2-5pm,
with mezzotint demonstration by Julie Niskanen from 3-4pm.
Workshop: Sunday, April 14, 2-3pm,
Printing from Nature with Nina Muys.
$5 materials fee.
April is the perfect month for Natural Connection, an exhibit featuring work of two artists who share a deep sense of wonderment about the natural world, expressing it in different ways. The conversation between Julie Skolozynski’s precisely detailed mezzotints with their limited range of colors and Nina Muys’ brightly-colored intaglio and monoprints reminds us not only of the beauty of nature, but of the differing ways we can celebrate it. READ MORE…
May 4, Saturday, 2-4pm,
May 18, Saturday, 2-4pm, Workshop: Gelliplate Monoprint with Pastel Embellishment with Rosemary Cooley. Free!
Original prints and paintings celebrating water within the Italian and Chinese cultures. Read more…
More Upcoming Events and Exhibits
In addition to the exhibits and events listed below, new art works from our members are shown continuously in the gallery on the other walls, in the bins and flat files, and on the electronic display. To learn more about the artists in our gallery, click here to see links to their individual pages on this website.
- April 5, Friday, 7:00 to 8:30 pm – Artist talk by Italian printmaker Caterina Tedeschini.
- April 13, Second Saturday Evening of Art, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at all six of the Georgetown Galleries. READ MORE…
- April 14, Sunday, 2-3pm, “Printing From Nature” for all ages, with Nina Muys. $5 materials fee.
- April 26 – 28, French Market Days in Georgetown’s Book Hill neighborhood.
- May 2–26, 2019 — “Acqua-Shui” solo exhibit by Rosemary Cooley with Artist Reception on Saturday, May 4, 2-4pm
- May 18, Saturday, 2-4pm, Gelliplate Monoprint with Pastel Embellishment workshop with Rosemary Cooley. Free!
- May 11, Second Saturday Evening of Art, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at all six of the Georgetown Galleries. READ MORE…
- May 18, Saturday, 2019, 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., Spring Art Walk with the Georgetown Art Galleries.
- June, 2019 — Helga Thomson and Norman Strike featured exhibit.
- June 8, Saturday, 2–4pm, “Presentation As Part of the Artist’s Process” workshop for adults, with Sally Canzoneri and Norman Strike. Free!
- June 8, Second Saturday Evening of Art, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at all six of the Georgetown Galleries. READ MORE…
- July, 2019 — Solo exhibit by Marco Hernandez, the first-place winner of the 2018 National Small Works competition
- July 13, Saturday, 2-4pm, “Introduction to Adobe Photoshop for Artists” demonstration for adults, with Danny Schweers. Free! Click here to learn more.
- July 13, Second Saturday Evening of Art, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at all six of the Georgetown Galleries. READ MORE…
- August, 2019 — Exhibition of juror’s selections from the 2019 National Small Works competition
- August 10, Saturday, 2-3pm, “All About Juried Shows” workshop for adults, with Sally Canzoneri.
- September, 2019 — solo exhibit by Amy Guadagnoli
- October, 2019 — solo exhibit by Ron Meick
- November, 2019 —solo exhibit by Matina Marki Tillman
- December, 2019 — solo exhibit by Sally Canzoneri
- December 14, Saturday, 2–4pm, “Book Arts” workshop with Sally Canzoneri. Free!
Start and end dates of exhibits are generally the first Wed. of the month through the last Sunday of the month. Receptions are usually the first Saturday after the opening.
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