An oil on canvas by Matthew Hillier at McBride Gallery.
An oil painting on linen by Bruno Perillo at Irvine Contemporary Art.
A still life by Jennifer Hollack at Renaissance Fine Arts.
A piece by Jessica Beels at the Torpedo Factory Arts Center.
A fused-glass sculpture by Viki Keating at the American Craftworks Collection.
A painting by Sherry Zvares Sanabria, at ArtSquare in Leesburg.
A piece by Elizabeth Kendall <br />
at Cross-MacKenzie Ceramic Arts.
A painting by Bernard Brooks at the Parish Gallery.

Galleries Galore

A range of fall exhibits reflects the vibrant arts scene in DC, Maryland and Virginia


Washington, DC
Adams Davidson Galleries
American and European art, by appointment 
2727 29th Street, NW, Suite 504;

Carroll Square Gallery
Contemporary art curated by Hemphill Fine Arts
975 F Street, NW; 
September 10-November 19:
City of Trees: Photographs by Allen Russ. A portion of the proceeds benefits The Trust for the National Mall.

Conner Contemporary Art
Abstract art and Realism
1358 Florida Avenue, NE; 202-588-8750;
September 11-October 23:
John Kirchner; John Stark and Susan MacWilliam solo exhibitions

Foxhall Gallery
A variety of contemporary works
3301 New Mexico Avenue, NW;
September: Joe Fitzgerald
October-early November: Dede Caughman, De Beard Dean

Guarisco Gallery
19th- and early 20th-century European
and American paintings and sculpture
1120 22nd Street, NW; 202-333-8533;

Hemphill Fine Arts
Works of emerging and established artists
1515 14th Street, NW; 202-234-5601;
September 11-October 30: Renée Stout:  The House of Chance and Mischief

Irvine Contemporary
Contemporary art from early and mid-career artists
1412 14th Street, NW; 202-332-8767;
September 11-October 16: Bruno Perillo – New paintings
September 11-October 16: Phil Nesmith – Flow

Touchstone Gallery
Artist-owned gallery of contemporary works
901 New York Avenue, NW; 202-347-2787;
Through September 26:Member show: Presenting work from 50 gallery artists
September 10, 6-8:30 pm: Grand opening of new exhibition space
Through October 3: Carol Lopatin, Limpia Canyon, East

Zenith Gallery
Paintings, sculptures, tapestries and more
available in person and online
1111 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW;
Through September 30: Transparency glass sculptures by Jackie L. Braitman

Dupont Circle
Gallery 10, Ltd.
Artist-owned gallery of both member and non-member works
1519 Connecticut Avenue, NW; 202-232-3326;
September 1-25: George Iso and Judith Richelieu
September 29-October 30: Margaret Paris and Group

Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Vintage and contemporary photographs; Saturdays 12 to 5 or by appointment
3615 Ordway Street, NW; 202-328-0955;

Addison/Ripley Fine Art
Contemporary works of local and national artists
1670 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; 202-338-5180;
September 11-October 23: Nancy Sansom Reynolds: Sculpture – the 2nd element: stratus series
October 30-December 4: Frank Hallam Day: Photography – RV

Cross MacKenzie Ceramic Arts
Local and national ceramic artists, painters, photographers, potters and sculptors
1054 31st Street, NW (Canal Square);
September 17: Opening – Kathy Erteman, sculpture, vessels, tiles
October 15: Sarah Lindley, ceramic furniture
October 22: Book signing for architect Dhiru Thadani
November 19: Opening – Serve it Forth: Group show of serving platters

Georgetown Frame Shoppe
Lithographs, etchings and lithocuts from contemporary and modern artists
29021⁄2 M Street, NW; 202-338-1097;

Parish Gallery
Contemporary visual arts by African-American and local artists
1054 31st Street, NW (Canal Square);
September 17-October 12: Under Surveillance, Harriet Laser and Cleve Overton paintings and sculptures

The Ralls Collection
Contemporary photography, painting, works on paper and sculpture
1516 31st Street, NW; 202-342-1754;
September: Group show
October-November: Trojan War Years, David Richardson

Applegate Gallery and Custom Framing
Paintings, photographs and glass
101 Church Street, Suite C, Vienna;
Through September 22: Catherine Hillis watercolors
October 23-November 17: Mary Louise Ravese, new photographs

Art First Gallery
Variety of genres and media in Fredericksburg’s first established artists’ cooperative
824 Carolina Street, Fredericksburg;

Combines Gallery 222, King Street Studios and the Loudoun Academy of the Arts  to showcase local art
12 Cardinal Park Drive SE, Leesburg;
September: French suite paintings by
Sherry Zvares Sanabria; The Figure in the Landscape, paintings by Michael Beckner

Berkley Gallery
Traditional American sculpture and paintings
31 and 40 Main Street, Warrenton;

Chasen Galleries
Rotating collection of sculpture, art books, glass art and paintings
3554 West Cary Street, Richmond;

Amy K. Tubbs Studio
Murals and custom painting

Gallery West
Paintings, photographs, jewelry and digital art
1213 King Street; 703-549-6006;

The Torpedo Factory Art Center
Three floors of galleries and open studios
105 North Union Street; 703-838-4565;
October 2-31: Shaun Richards: 2010 Open Exhibition winner
November 4-21: Small works in photography
David Cochran – Commissioned family portraits and murals. Studio 317; 703-684-7855;
Tory Cowles – Large abstract paintings
on canvas. Studio 7; 301-983-2167;
Carol Lopatin – Specializing in landscape paintings. Studio 301; 703-683-3535;

Gallery 44
International artwork and an extensive framing selection of more than 3,000 moldings
9469 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City;
October 9: Aubrey Nibert

South Street Art Gallery
Contemporary artwork emphasizing the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern
Shore regions
5 South Street, Easton; 410-770-8350;
September 4-27: One Thousand Glances, solo exhibit by Louis Escobedo
October 1-November 8: Tenth anniversary celebration featuring gallery artists
November 13-29: Mastery of the landscape, Tim Bell and Ed Cooper

Troika Gallery
Artwork by the owners and other regional, national and international artists
9 South Harrison Street, Easton;
October 1-November 8: Matt Zoll
November 12: Gala anniversary group show: Champagne reception 5-9 pm

Wow! Effects
Hand-painted murals and decorative
finishes by Tom Taylor Services throughout Maryland, DC and Virginia;

American Craftworks Collection
Fine crafts handmade in Maryland and nationally
189B Main Street; 410-626-1583;
Throughout October: A glass exhibit by the National Capital Art Glass Guild

McBride Gallery
Paintings, bronze sculpture, original graphics and sepia photography
215 Main Street; 410-267-7077;
September 12-October 3: Third annual “The Best of the Chesapeake” group show
October 24-November 14: Autumn Celebration of Art
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Baltimore Clayworks
A non-profit ceramic art center
5707 Smith Avenue; 410-578-1919;
October 2-November 13: Body and Soul

Meredith Gallery
Emerging and established American artists
805 N. Charles Street; 410-837-3575;

Renaissance Fine Arts
Traditional and contemporary works on canvas, paper and in sculpture
1848 Reisterstown Road; 410-484-8900;
October 7-12: Original works by Craig Alan
October 22-November 1: Fall 2010 Vintage Poster Show 
November 4-9: Original works by Jennifer Hollack

Discovery Galleries
Limited-edition prints, paintings, sculptures, art books and custom framing
4840 Bethesda Avenue; 301-913-9199;
September: Jay Scott Nicol
October: Rob Gonsalves
November: John Payne

Discovery Too
Additional location for Discovery Galleries
7247 Woodmont Avenue; 301-913-9101;

Fraser Gallery
Photography and contemporary Realism from local, national and international artists
7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E;
Through November 6, 2010: Maxwell MacKenzie – New work: aerial photographs of Vermont, Virginia and Minnesota, made from his self-piloted powered-parachute ultra-light aircraft

Gallery Neptune
Artwork from the mid-Atlantic region
5001 Wilson Lane; 301-718-0809;

Renaissance Fine Arts
Traditional and contemporary works on canvas, paper and in sculpture
10307 Old Georgetown Road; 301-564-4447
September 23-27: Original works by Craig Alan
October 8-18: Fall 2010 Vintage Poster Show
October 21-26: Original works by Jennifer Hollack

Waverly Street Gallery
Contemporary and traditional art
4600 East-West Highway; 301-951-9441;
September 7-October 2: Passing Visions: Paintings by Pat Silbert
October 5-November 6: Western Landscape: Abstraction Squared,
Mina Oka Hanig Paintings
November 9-December 4: Photographs by Dick Lasner
December 7-January 1: Multimedia members holiday exhibition

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