The Washington Printmakers Art Gallery in Georgetown, D.C.
CURRENT & UPCOMING EVENTS
by Mike Hagan
11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday thru Saturday
September 28 thru October 29
1641 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
at Q Street
Saturday, October 1, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Conversations with the printmaker: Check the gallery’s Sitting Calendar for quiet times for viewing work and conversing with the printmaker. Mike intends to sit several days per week throughout the exhibit. Please contact us to arrange visits during irregular hours.
GUTTERS OFTEN HAVE DARK ASSOCIATIONS: Street-side rainwater, a guttering candle, the current vulgar levels of political discourse. Printed gutters are usually white: the spaces between blocks of printed text in newspapers, panels in comic strips, or blocks of stamps on a sheet. These spaces are usually white because it is less expensive than printing black ink on white paper. In fine-art printmaking, a dark gutter provides a creative opportunity for images and colors to emerge from darkness, just as musical sounds emerge from and are separated by silence. Mike Hagan’s newest works play with dark gutters in both abstract and representational ways. The solo exhibit also provides other related work in continued experiments with sequence, tessellation, halftones, and color spaces. This is his first exhibit in the Georgetown location of the Washington Printmakers Gallery.
On The Members Wall in October
Every month, new work appears on the Members Wall. Here is a slide show of some of the prints on display, with sizes and prices.
November 2-26, 2016
by Werner Drewes and current members of the American Abstract Artists
In honor of the 80th anniversary of The American Abstract Artists (1936, NYC), WPG will exhibit prints by Werner Drewes, a founding member of AAA with strong ties to Washington DC. Six portfolios have been created, each containing an original print by Drewes along with prints from seven current members of the American Abstract Artists. Also, a reception and panel discussion — Impact of Abstractism in American Art from 1930s to Today — will take place on Thursday, November 17, 6:00-8:00 pm, at Georgetown University.
Saturday, December 3, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Danny says, “The camera connects me to the facts of the world; otherwise, I am all in my head, dwelling on dreamy possibilities, blind to many, many things. Camera in hand, I leave the abstract and find detail. Camera in hand, I become inquisitive and optimistic, eager to see the world and, having photographed it, to show what I have seen.” LEARN MORE…
More Upcoming Exhibits
The exhibits listed below display on the north wall of the gallery. At the same time, new art works from our members are shown continuously on the other walls, in the bins and flat files, and on the electronic display in the gallery. To learn more about the artists in our gallery, click here to see links to their individual pages on this website.
- January 4–28, 2017 — Martha Oatway
- February, 2017 — Excellence in Printmaking (Emerging Artists) – The best students at area schools are invited to exhibit their work.
- March, 2017 — Alex Keto
- April, 2017 — Marian Osher
- May, 2017 — Gabriel Jules and Nina Muys
- June, 2017 — Ron Meick
- July, 2017 — Solo Exhibit by the first place winner of the 2016 National Small Works competition
- August, 2017 — Exhibit of the best entries into the 2017 National Small Works competition
- September, 2017 — Cynthia Back
- October, 2017 — Yolanda Frederickse
- November, 2017 — Dave Mann
- December, 2017 — Lila Oliver Asher
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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