Art Galleries: Art Shows, Art Receptions, Artist Talks

Look here for the latest shows from regional and national artists at DC's Art Galleries featuring contemporary and traditional paintings, prints, fine art, photography, glass sculpture and more.  CultureCapital's Art Gallery section includes shows, artist talks and receptions. And sign up here to receive our Museum & Art Gallery Seasonal e-newsletter launching this Fall!

Hot Hits

Carved in Stone, Painted with Light

Zenith Sculpture Space
Thru Apr. 4
An exciting exhibit with a new sculptor David Therriault who uses reclaimed stones and painters Hubert Jackson and Carolyn Goodridge.

Regional Juried Exhibition 2020

Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
Thru Apr. 18
This year’s show was juried by Myrtis Bedolla, owner of Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD.

Urban Blues - Pastel Paintings by Geoff Desobry

Waverly Street Gallery
Thru Apr. 4
Urban Blues consists of pastel works on paper completed in 2019 and early 2020.

Washington Sculptors Group: Fleeting, Fled

Popcorn Gallery at Glen Echo Park
Thru Apr. 26
Fleeting, Fled is open to multiple interpretations of the temporal.

19th Amendment, The War of the Roses

Del Ray Artisans
Apr. 3 – 26
“19th Amendment, War of the Roses” art exhibit celebrates the 100-year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

March Flora/Fauna Exhibit

The Art League
Thru Apr. 5
Outside the Lines is a dynamic, interactive exhibit created by illustrator and Art League instructor Chris Bonnell.

Passages - New Ceramics by Kanika Sircar

Waverly Street Gallery
May. 3 – Jun. 6
In Passages, Kanika Sircar examines ideas of inclusion, rejection, and freedom.

Handcrafted: Fiber Art + Turned Wood

BlackRock Center for the Arts
Thru Apr. 11
The regional juried exhibition HANDCRAFTED: Fiber Art & Turned Wood presents the work of 47 contemporary artists and fine craft artisans working in fiber art and turned wood.

Kristi Dobrovolski: Abstract in Bloom

Popcorn Gallery at Glen Echo Park
Thru Apr. 26
Abstract in Bloom presents the works of watercolor artist Kristi Dobrovlski.


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