Georgetown Art Map

A Quick Gallery Guide

Susan Calloway Fine Arts

1643 Wisconsin Ave | 202.965.4601 | www.callowayart.com | T –St 10-5 | A bright gallery filled with works of color, representing all genres of art Susan Calloway Fine Arts salon style gallery is a go-to gallery. Located in Book Hills Georgetown, this fine art gallery offers views collections from local and international artists, playing with content, color, light, style, and meaning. | Photo credit: Hound Dog, Walter Addison

Parish Gallery

1054 31st St NW | 202.944.2310 | T- St 12pm- 6pm | www.parishgallery.com | Parish Gallery, run by a delightful husband and wife couple, expresses primarily African and African Diaspora art. Recently celebrating 20 years of exhibitions and business, the gallery thrives on local and international artists and plans to continue its cultural presence in Georgetown for years to come. | Photo credit: The Night Tulsa Died, Leslee Stradford

Galerie Lareuse

2820 Pennsylvania Ave NW | 202.333.1506 | www.galerie lareuse.com | T-St 12- 7pm | This gallery highlights the masters of contemporary and modern art prints such as Kandinsky, Picasso, Matisse, Renoir, Warhol, and many others. With recent acquisitions from Miro, Braque, Dali, and Calder, Lareuse constantly maintains their collections to ensure the highest quality and best modern/contemporary art for Georgetowners. | Photo Credit: Kleine Welten III, Wassily Kandisndky

Addison/Ripley Fine Art

1670 Wisconsin Ave NW | 202.338.5180 | www.addisonripleyfineart.com | T- St 11am- 6pm | The changing exhibits at Addison/Ripley demonstrate the variety that art has to offer to viewers. Displaying paintings, sculpture, photography, prints and other mediums of art from both local and international, this gallery has something for everyone to expand their art ventures. | Photo Credit: Untitled, Hedieh Ilchi

Shingo Bork Mu Project

1521 Wisconsin Ave NW | 202.333.4119 | www.muproject.com | The Mu Project bridges the gap between Washington art viewers and contemporary Asian artists and their exquisite and exciting work. Ms. Bork focuses on new artists who have relocated to the states from Asian countries, and who are bring a new perspective to the D.C. art scene. | Photo Credit: Painting by Gi-On Jeon

The Ralls Collection

1516 31st St NW | 202.342.1754 |www.rallscollection.com | T-St 11am - 4pm | The Ralls Collection embraces contemporary art from all types of mediums that not only participates in exhibitions but also, takes a larger role in art education. Not only do they display for the general public they also do art for hotels, resorts and other hospitality enterprises. This collection, no matter the venue is a contemporary beauty to behold. | Photo Credit: Orchard Mist, John Blee

Maurine Littleton Gallery

1667 Wisconsin Ave | 202.333.9307 | T-St 11-6 | www.littletongallery.com |Highlighting contemporary glass, metal, and ceramic works, this gallery is a great way to get a variety in your art-viewing portfolio. Exhibiting 3D works from Dale Chihuly to Therman Stanton, this exhibit explores the artistic play of light, space, movement, theme, subject, and color. The gallery also has 2D works of art from local and national artists. | Photo Credit: Deep in Space, Jay Musler

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