Washington Printmakers Gallery Presents Contexture

By Editorial Team on May 3, 2021
Images – Clockwise from top left: Debbie Schindler, Marie-B Cilia De Amicis, Ron Meick, Bob Burgess, Nina Muys, Rosemary Cooley, and Robert S. Hunter
On View: May 8 – May 29, 2021

Contexture: The term contexture signifies an interwoven mass, a fabric, a constructed and continuous text. In this group exhibition, WPG artists explore surfaces—both literal and metaphoric. Through tapestries of textures, layers of objects, strings of text, or examinations of course and polished visual conversations, artists weave together their ideas into the unified whole.

WPG is celebrating the magical transformation of springtime, positive change and new vistas. They are taking tradition and creating new realities with 21st century means, all the while respecting the disciplines from which they came.

About the Washington Printmakers Gallery
With over 30 years in the greater DC metro area, Washington Printmakers Gallery is a cooperative gallery located in the Book Hill section of Georgetown, Washington, DC. The gallery is the premier source for contemporary fine art prints and photography. Its members, exceptional local and national artists, exhibit regularly in group and solo shows. For more information – including gallery history and hours of operation, please visit www.washingtonprintmakers.com.

Gallery Hours:

  • Saturdays 11am-5pm
  • Sundays 12pm- 4pm
  • Or by appointment at other times. (Call Marie-B Cilia De Amicis at (571) 338-7717 for an in person or Facetime appointment.)

Masks are required. Full safety precautions are detailed at www.washingtonprintmakers.com.

Washington Printmakers Gallery is located at 1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW.