CAG Art Show Bursts at House of Sweden

CAG executive director Betsy Cooley with her art, already marked sold, behind her.
Robert Devaney
CAG executive director Betsy Cooley with her art, already marked sold, behind her.

The fourth annual Georgetown art show opened at the House of Sweden with a festive Feb. 7 reception which once again packed the gallery with admirers and artists. The show, put on by the Citizens Association of Georgetown, ran through Feb. 10 and exhibited visual artists who live or work in Georgetown. Most works were on sale; a few were on loan from private collections. The show was designed by Jennie Buhler and chaired by Laura-Anne Tiscornia.

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