Addison/Ripley Fine Art Presents Summer Picnic and Prints Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on July 16, 2019
Maser, Nocturnal Life, 2018, lithography, relief, acrylic paint, collage, 37 x 61 inches, ed. of 18. Courtesy of Addison/Ripley Fine Art.
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Opening: Saturday, July 20 from 3pm to 6pm
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Ease through the Summer months with Addison/Ripley Fine Art. We are pleased to offer this Summer exhibition of prints by more than 20 artists including Kay Jackson, Dan Treado, Trevor Young, E. Brady Robinson, John Morrell, Mira Hecht, Wolf Kahn, Polly Apfelbaum, Jeff Smith, Julia Bloom, Frank Hallam Day, Nan Montgomery, Lou Stovall, Suzanne Caporael, Tauba Auerbach, Kerry James Marshall, Maser, Sam Gilliam, Carol Brown Goldberg, Tom Green, Jackie Battenfield and Dan Rizzie.

With large scale works like Frank Hallam Day’s five foot square “Hull” print, intimate portraits like Kerry James Marshall’s “Untitled (Woman)” and “Untitled (Handsome Young Man)” and Wolf Kahn’s surprising black and white landscape etching there is a selection broad enough for any aesthetic. Many of the prints offered are by gallery artists such as Mira Hecht, John Morrell, Nan Montgomery and Dan Treado. Both the Lou Stovall and the Sam Gilliam prints were printed here in Washington at Stovall’s Workshop. Tom Green’s work is a representation of our October exhibition featuring selections from his estate. Prints by these and other artists will also be available in our map drawers during the exhibition.

Gallery summer hours:

  • July: Tuesday – Saturday, 11-5
  • August: Tuesday – Friday, 11-5

The gallery is located at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue NW. For further information, visit addisonripleyfineart.com or contact gallery director, Ms. Romy Silverstein, at 202.338.5180 or romyaddisonrip@aol.com.