Georgetown Spring 2023 Art Walk

By Editorial Team on March 13, 2023
Courtesy of Georgetown Main Street.
Event: Saturday, March 18 from 12pm to 4pm

The event will feature six local galleries showcasing a diverse range of artwork, including paintings and mixed media pieces plus there will be live music and art workshops.

Throughout the day, you’ll have the chance to meet and chat with the artists, learn about their inspirations and creative processes, and purchase unique pieces to add to your collection.

Participating Galleries:

1. Addison/Ripley, 1670 Wisconsin Ave NW


Addison/Ripley is  pleased to present a curated, memorial exhibition of paintings by W. C. Richardson. Selected from the extensive archive of paintings in the artist’s estate, it is a small sampling from decades of work, focusing on paintings from the last twenty years. We are grateful to Chip’s family for giving us access and a free hand to select work. Seen together, the paintings in this exhibition reveal a master craftsman who created bold, highly. detailed explorations composed of layer after layer of paint and to a melody the artist was always eager to share.

2. Washington Printmakers Gallery, 1675 Wisconsin Ave NW

Exhibit: ”New Beginning” (celebrating the new gallery space!)

Come and join us for New Beginnings, which exhibits the hand pulled and digital prints, and the fine art photographs created by each of our artist members. We hope that you enjoy this artwork which reflects our personal views of rebirth and new vistas. 

3. Klagsbrun Studios, 1662 33rd St NW

Micheline Klagsbrun: “Roots” Mixed media hangings, works on paper and sculpture evoking voyages into the unknown.

The Tuesday Night Group: “Recent Studies from Life”TNG is a fluctuating group of 10-20 members who meet every Tuesday Night to draw and paint from life. We represent a diverse range of styles and media, including pastel, charcoal, watercolor, acrylic and digital.

4. Gallery Article 15, 1624 Wisconsin Ave NW

Exhibit: “Le Monde d’Aujourd’hui: Focus on the Environment”

Focus on the Environment highlights the works of Enyejo Bakaka and Glory Kanga, two of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)’s leading contemporary artists. Both artists often focus on environmental issues, though with highly different styles. Enyejo Bakaka’s works draw from surrealism, including whimsical touches such as water bottles as feet, to highlight the connection between man and nature. For Kanga, man’s relationship is intimately intertwined with nature, as seen is the wood branches representing the human body.

5. Calloway Fine Art & Consulting, 1643 Wisconsin Ave NW

Exhibit: “All About the DMV… from multiple perspectives”

Enjoy a multiple-artist exhibition dedicated to views of the DMV area. The show will feature gallery artists whose work captures local views, as well as 11 artists chosen from among the artists who responded to our first-ever artist invitational. Including a variety of media and styles, there are iconic views of buildings and monuments, favorite restaurants, local landscapes and, of course, cherry blossoms!

6. L’Enfant Gallery, 1442 Wisconsin Ave NW

Exhibit: “Resonate”

An exhibition of 30 recent works in acrylic and resin by DC local artist Robin Sutliff. Opening reception will be held on Saturday, March 18th from 4 to 9pm. Show will continue through April 18th daily from 11am to 9pm excluding Mondays.

7. Shop Made in DC, 1304 Wisconsin Ave NW

Exhibit: “SHE DC”

SHE DC is an initiative to illuminate women makers, powered by Shop Made in DC.In March, correlating with Women’s History Month, we celebrate DC’s artists and makers including a curated art show featuring up to 200 DMV women artists, panel discussions  and popups with emerging businesses and a final pitch competition for the SHE DC Microgrant.

Special Events & Activities

Gallery Article 15
DJ Roger Muntu from 3-5pm to spin Congolese hits!

Washington Printmakers Gallery:
Workshop – $35: Drawing for the Everyday Overthinker With Nick Cruz Villeman

Free Henna – Henna Art Design with Rani
At 2:00pm