First Friday Art Walk

  • 06 Jun 2015
  • Various Locations

First Friday Art Walk


Friday, June 5


Alex Gallery features contemporary American and European paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. And their Gallery A is a membership gallery featuring 16 emerging artists on the lower level. Alex Gallery and Gallery A are located at 2106 R Street, NW; visit http://www.alexgalleries.com.


ArtJamz is offering 10% off any canvas during First Friday. Paint your own picture - ArtJamz - is located at 1728 Connecticut Avenue, NW. Visit www.artjamzdc.com to unleash your inner artist. 


Church of the Pilgrims is presenting "Journey: an exhibition of personal experiences," featuring the members of the Washington Drawing Center. The Dupont Pilgrims Gallery is located at 2201 P Street NW. Visit www.churchofthepilgrims.org/about/art_gallery.


Foundry Gallery will be showing new paintings by Patsy Fleming and her eye popping colorful canvases.  Foundry Gallery is located at 1314 18th Street, NW. Visit www.foundrygallery.org


Hillyer Art Space is featuring Evan Reed, Dane Winkler, & Hsin-Hsi Chen in their large, recently renovated space, which stays open until 9:00 p.m. Hillyer Art Space is located at 9 Hillyer Court, NW (behind the Phillips Collection). Visithttp://hillyerartspace.org.


Marsha Mateyka Gallery will be showcasing Aline Feldman: "Images from Wood, a 30 Year Survey."   Now 87 years old, Feldman is a master of the white line woodcuts of city views and landscapes. Marsha Mateyka Gallery is located at 2012 R Street, NW. Visit www.marshamateykagallery.com.


Q Street Fine Art will be hosting colorful paintings by Rafael Gallardo, bronzes by Margaret Newton, and sculpture by Guillermo Perdomo. Come for the party and enjoy the art. The Q Street Fine Art is located at 2015 Q Street, NW. Visithttp://qstreetfineart.com.


Rappaport Arts is featuring their hand selected collection of fine art from emerging artists to renowned masters in this preserved Victorian mansion. Visit Rappaport Arts at 2008 R Street, NW. 


Studio Gallery is presenting "My Beautiful Bones" by Joyce McCarten; "Vessels of Light" by Micheline Klagsbrun; and "Images: Bazaars" by Andrea Kraus. Studio Gallery is located at 2108 R Street, NW. Visit www.studiogallerydc.com.


Swann Street Gallery is having live jazz to accompany the fine art by artist Robert E. Kuhn - mid-century sculpture and paintings. Swann Street Gallery is located at 1767 Swann Street, NW and will be open from 5:00-8:00. Visit www.swannstgallery.com


Toolbox is hosting resident artist Kiril Jeliazkov and his large canvases of city scenes. The Toolbox is located at 1627 Connecticut Avenue, NW (rear carriage house). Access to the carriage house is through the alley on R Street. Visit www.thetoolboxdc.com/kiril-jeliazkov/


Washington Studio School is featuring the WSS Atelier Artists who share studio space on the upper floors of the School.  This exhibition features paintings, drawings, prints, collages and sculpture by 14 different Atelier Artists. The Washington Studio School is located at 2129 S Street, NW. Visit www.washingtonstudioschool.org.


Source: Dupont Digest


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