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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Christ Church, Georgetown Art Show and Sale for Charities

The 2015 Christ Church, Georgetown Art Show and Sale 
April 24 - 26, 2015 

Reception: Friday, April 24, 5:00 - 8:00pm

Saturday, April 25, 11:00am - 4:00pm
   Sunday, April 26, 10:00am - 2:00pm

  Christ Church Keith Hall  |  31st and O Streets NW  |  Washington, DC

    *50% 0f Proceeds benefit Christ Church Charities

 Paintings   +  Prints  +  Drawings  +  Photographs

Monday, April 13, 2015

Book Hill Spring Art Walk April 17 from 6-8 p.m.

Join The Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill for their Spring Art Walk on Friday, April 17 from 6-8 p.m.

Nine galleries will host an evening stroll and launch fine art exhibitions in this beautiful section of Georgetown. Add to your collection and enjoy an evening of refreshments, art, and fun!
  • ADDISON/RIPLEY FINE ART – Malthusian Paintings, Twenty-five Years and Counting by Kay Jackson
  • ALL WE ART – Forms of the Journey, featuring: Félix Angel, Marta Luz Gutierrez, and Jesus Matheus
  • ARTIST'S PROOF GALLERY – Les Printemps by Jean-François Debongnie
  • CROSS MACKENZIE GALLERY – Blast Off, Views of Man and Flight, a group exhibition including: Biddle/Frankel Eve Biddle & Josh Frankel, Matthew Courtney, David Favrod, Max MacKenzie, Philip Slagter and Trevor Young
  • MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY – Botanical Wanderings featuring: David Lewis, Peter Loewer, Judith O’Rouke, John Littleton and Kate Vogel
  • NEPTUNE FINE ART – Modern & Contemporary Master Works on Paper, featuring Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Chuck Close, Robert Longo and Joan Mitchell
  • ROBERT BROWN GALLERY – Thirty Years of Discoveries: Paintings, Calligraphy and Ceramics by Stephen Addiss
  • SUSAN CALLOWAY FINE ARTS – Layered Memories: The In-Between by Karen Silve

Friday, April 10, 2015

Bethesda Art Walk - April 10, 6-9pm

Bethesda galleries showcase artwork created locally, nationally and internationally including painting, photography, sculpture and mixed media. Enjoy several galleries by walking throughout downtown Bethesda to learn more about the Bethesda arts scene and featured artists.
Consider It Done
7806 Old Georgetown Road

Gallery B
7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E

Studio B
7475 Wisconsin Avenue, Lower Level

"Tunnel Vision" Public Art Exhibition
Bethesda Metro Station Tunnel 

Union Hardware
7800 Wisconsin Avenue

Waverly Street Gallery
4600 East-West Highway 

Alchemical Vessels Benefit 2015 | Smith Center for Healing and the Arts

Alchemical Vessels Benefit 2015 | Smith Center for Healing and the Arts
by-contribution-only Benefit on Friday, May 1st

Benefit + Vessel Contribution - $150 (Only 125 available):  With each Benefit + Vessel contribution, individuals gain access to the exclusive Benefit event on May 1st and the opportunity to take home one of the 125 vessels.  Vessel selections at the Benefit are made based upon the date and time we receive your contribution online, meaning the first patron to contribute $150 is assigned vessel-selection ticket-number one and so forth.  Once your contribution is processed you will be emailed your unique vessel-selection ticket-number (#1-125) within 2 business days.  All of the works will remain on display until after the closing of the exhibition on May 22nd, and notification regarding art pickup dates will be emailed in advance. A catalog is not included with this contribution. 


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Call for Graffiti & Aerosol Mural Artists - 2015 MuralsDC Program

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) in collaboration with the DC Department of Public Works (DPW) seeks graffiti artists and artist teams to design, create and install aerosol murals that inspire the various communities in which they will be placed. Selected artists will be required to work with the young apprentices (ages 14-23) by introducing and refining each student's artistic skill in the discipline of graffiti style sketch work and aerosol mural painting. 

This commission is open to Graffiti and Aerosol Mural Art Artists and Artist Teams.

Friday, May 1, 2015 

To obtain a copy of the prospectus and application, please visit

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Trawick Prize deadline April 7

The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards is a visual art prize produced by the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District that honors artists from Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. The annual juried competition awards $14,000 in prize monies to selected artists and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

The Jurors will select up to 9 finalists who will be invited to display their work in a group exhibition at Gallery B in downtown Bethesda in September 2015. 

Deadline to apply is April 7, 2015.  Click here for more info & to apply.

Questions?  Please send an email to artist at bethesda dot org

Monday, March 23, 2015

Strictly Painting 10 Call for Entries

McLean Project for the Arts
Deadline is April 17, 2015

Juror: Vesela Sretenoviç is senior curator of modern and contemporary
art at The Phillips Collection.

Through Her Eyes, April 9 at All We Art

April 2, 2015
Thursday, April 2 at 6:30pm
All We Art in Washington, District of Columbia
A special event to hear three Washington DC women in the arts share their experiences on the challenges and rewards of being a gallery owner. Including All We Art's Luisa Elena Vidaurre, Andrea Pollan of Curator's Office and Lisa Brown of P Street Gallerie. Cohosted by The Artinista Art Advisory.

Affordable Art Fair New York, I am #ArtHappy

Affordable Art Fair New York begins this week, March 25 -29, 2015 

Alida Anderson Art Projects: Marchand, Nassikas and Walsh 
Booth 1.37

Complimentary tickets at  
Please share with your east coast friends/artists/clients. 

    March 26 - 29, 2015  
    Affordable Art Fair New York City  |  Alida Anderson Art Projects

    The Metropolitan Pavilion 

125 West 18th Street 
Chelsea New York City

   Alida Anderson Art Projects - Booth: 1.37

Friday, January 09, 2015


extended January 2015.


Anne Marchand explores a new vocabulary of color and texture in the swirling vortexes of nebulae and the surfaces of moons and planets, bringing these into her ongoing search for ways to approach mystic poetry through visual expression. The exhibition brings together works inspired by images from the Hubble spacecraft that relate to the artists theme of interconnections. 

Anne Marchand is based in Washingon, DC. She was awarded an Artist Fellowship in 2014 from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Marchand has traveled widely including a Cap/MexEx Residency Grant in 2003 at La Escuela de Arts Jose Limon, in Culiacán, Mexico. She has designed and won mural competitions through DC Creates Public Art Program. Her Westminster Playground Mural in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC was included in a Visions Award from the Committee of 100 to the Westminster Neighborhood Association. Her public art can be seen in Washington, DC and Arlington, VA. She currently exhibits work in galleries in New York City, Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and California. 

Founded in Monterey, California in 2013, the focus of Green Chalk Contemporary is to create a community around the celebration of the creative act and bring a select group of uniquely accomplished artists to an appreciative audience. Green Chalk Contemporary advances an uncommon opportunity for artists, curators and the public to discover, to learn, and to acquire contemporary artwork.

Green Chalk Contemporary 616 Lighthouse Ave Monterey, California, 93940 phone: 831.718.7232 email: greenchalkcontemporary [at] gmail [dot] com