Saturday evening, September 16, 2017 was the Fall Art Walk of the Georgetown Galleries. Here at WPG, we had a constant stream of interested and interesting visitors. Our new intern, Lauren Rappaport, did a great job greeting guests and requesting them to sign our roster. She clocked 250 people! Below are some photos. —Rosemary Cooley … [Read more...]
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It’s been a busy summer so far for artist member Matina Marki Tillman, showing several recent prints from her portfolio of varied editions in national juried exhibitions. Her solarplate etchings, from charcoal drawings on vellum directly etched onto solarplate, are on display in four venues across the East coast. Coming: Matina was privileged to have her … [Read more...]
Sally Canzoneri's sculptural artist book "Old Street Suite" will be on display at two exhibits in the Washington, D.C. area during the summer of 2017. One exhibit is "Synergy", an exhibition at the DC Arts Commission, July 7 thru August 11, 2017. The second show is "Off the Wall" sponsored by MFA at the Waverly Street Gallery in Bethesda, July 11 thru August 5, 2017. … [Read more...]
On Friday, June 23, 2017, Washington Printmakers Gallery welcomed 16 docents from the National Gallery of Art to a presentation and demonstration (without press) of print techniques. This was followed by lunch. The event was a resounding success, and these lively guides were in rapt attention as six WPG members spoke and demonstrated the following techniques. Please … [Read more...]
The Washington Printmakers Gallery's newest member Douglas Bosley exhibits his etchings, "The Unexplored Map", at the James Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, 201 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin, July 7 thru August 27, 2017. Scott Espeseth will also have his "Signal Bleed" work on display. Opening Reception: Friday, July 14, 5:30 to … [Read more...]