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ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER WASHINGTON
First Annual Spring Internet Exhibition April 15 - June 30, 2009



Expectancy by Karl Albert Buehr at Guarisco Gallery
Karl Albert Buehr. (Am., 1866-1952) Expectancy
oil on canvas, 39 x 32"

Guarisco Gallery (at the Ritz-Carlton) - established 1980
1120 22nd Street NW, Washington DC 20037

email info@guariscogallery.com
web www.guariscogallery.com

Guarisco Gallery holds an extensive inventory of quality original 19th and early 20th century European and American paintings and sculpture.



Les Pettites Dallas (Normandy) by Gustave Loiseau at Guarisco Gallery
Gustave Loiseau. (French, 1865-1935), Les Pettites Dallas (Normandy)
oil on canvas, 21 x 32" Guarisco Gallery


Implied Movement by Harvey K Littleton at Maurine Littleton Gallery
Harvey K Littleton. Implied Movement, 1986
6 parts: max height 37 1/2"

Maurine Littleton Gallery - established 1984
1667 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington DC 20007

email info@littletongallery.com
web www.littletongallery.com

Daughter of master glassmaker, Harvey K Littleton, Maurine Littleton features works by leading contemporary glass artists. Maurine is a respected expert in the field of glass. Her gallery presents exhibitions regularly and many are accompanied by exquisite catalogues. The gallery participates in Sculptural Objects and Functional Art (SOFA), both in NYC and Chicago and palmbeach3 in West Palm Beach.



Venetian Ikebana with Amber Coils and Putti atop Chartreuse Vessel by Dale Chihuly at Maurine Littleton Gallery
Dale Chihuly. Venetian Ikebana with Amber Coils
and Putti atop Chartreuse Vessel
, 2001
36 x 14"
Maurine Littleton Gallery


Nest by Rosamund Purcell at Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Rosamund Purcell. Nest

Kathleen Ewing Gallery - established in 1976
tel 202 328 0955
fax 202 986 0048
email ewingal@aol.com
web www.kathleenewinggallery.com
open by appointment

Kathleen Ewing Gallery represents significant contemporary photographers and maintains an extensive inventory of 19th and 20th century vintage photographs. Photographers represented by the Kathleen Ewing Gallery have been recognized for their achievements by major museums, private collections and galleries throughout the country and in Europe. Many of the artists have been honored with awards from esteemed arts organizations such as the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.



Magnolia Blossom by John Grant at Kathleen Ewing Gallery
John Grant. Magnolia Blossom
Kathleen Ewing Gallery


Juxtaposition by Hamid Karhmar at Parish Gallery
Hamid Karhmar. Juxtaposition, 2006
mixed media on masonite, 48 x 64"

Parish Gallery-Georgetown - established 1991
1054 31st Street NW, Washington DC 20007
email parishgallery@bigplanet.com
web www.parishgallery.com

Parish Gallery primarily, but not exclusively, represents contemporary visual artists of significance from Africa and the African Diaspora. April 17 through May 12, 2009 Parish gallery is featuring paintings by Robin Holder. Beginning on May 15 the exhibition is Masters for the First Family. Master artists include: Herbert Gentry, Elizabeth Catlett, Ed Clark, Benny Andrews, Lois Mallou Jones, William T Williams, Norman Lewis, Joe Overstreet, Camille Billops, Sam Gilliam, Edward Banister, Huey Lee Smith, and Evangeline Montgomery. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday noon to 6 pm and by appointment.



Interlude by Richard Mayhew at Parish Gallery
Richard Mayhew. Interlude, 2007
oil on canvas, 24 x 30"
Parish Gallery


Freethinkers by Stephen Tanis at Jane Haslem Gallery
Stephen Tanis. Freethinkers, oil on canvas, 48 x 54"

Jane Haslem Gallery - established 1962
2025 Hillyer Place NW, Washington DC 20009
email haslem@artline.com
web www.janehaslemgallery.com

Jane Haslem Gallery represents contemporary American painters and printmakers. The gallery is known for its large collection of original prints by The Innovators who changed printmaking after WWII. These artists' works are included in the permanent collections of most major museums world wide. Many of the painters represented by Haslem have been with the gallery for over 40 years. Today these artists also have received wide recognition, many awards and grants, and museum exhibitions.


Street Scene by Carlton Fletcher at Jane Haslem Gallery
Carlton Fletcher. Street Scene, 1992
mezzotint, edition 10, 9 x 11 3/8"
Jane Haslem Gallery


Count On Us by Sam Gilliam at Marsha Mateyka Gallery
Sam Gilliam. Count On Us, 2008
drape/painting, acrylic on muslin and birch panel, 8' x 8' 2"

Marsha Mateyka Gallery - established in 1983
2012 R Street NW, Washington DC 20009
email mmateyka@aol.com
web www.marshamateykagallery.com

Marsha Mateyka Gallery represents approximately 20 contemporary artists including Sam Gilliam, Nathan Oliveira, William T. Wiley and the Estate of Gene Davis. The gallery is featuring Kathleen Kucka: NEW PAINTINGS, March 28 through May 2. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 11:00 to 5:00 pm and by appointment.


Untitled (JK630) by Jae Ko at Marsha Mateyka Gallery
Jae Ko. Untitled (JK630), 2006
rolled paper and glue, 29 x 15 x 11"
Marsha Mateyka Gallery


Statuette by Mary Chiaramonte at Nevin Kelly Gallery
Mary Chiaramonte. Statuette
mixed media on canvas, 21 x 14"

Nevin Kelly Gallery - established 2003
1400 Irving Street NW #132, Washington DC 20010
email info@nevinkellygallery.com
web www.nevinkellygallery.com

The Nevin Kelly Gallery seeks to bring a fresh perspective to offerings of contemporary art in the Washington, DC area (and elsewhere, by internet). The gallery's exhibition philosophy is to devote about half of each year to exhibiting works by all of its represented artists, in a group exhibition format that changes as works are sold or new works are introduced, and to host several solo or small group exhibitions during the rest of the year, typically in the Spring and Autumn. This allows the gallery to give ample "wall time" to its group of 20-or-so represented artists and also to introduce new artists or new concepts to the community. The gallery is committed to dedicating a large portion of its special exhibition schedule to the display of works by local artists - particularly emerging artists - and also to introducing international artists or American artists from outside the region to the Washington area.


Edge of Spring by Sondra Arkin at Nevin Kelly Gallery
Sondra Arkin. Edge of Spring
encaustic on dibond, 48 x 48"
Nevin Kelly Gallery


Three Red Dresses by Robert Freeman at Zenith Gallery
Robert Freeman. Three Red Dresses
oil on canvas, 47 x 64"

Zenith Gallery - established 1978
Formerly: 413 7th Street NW, Washington DC 20004
email art@zenithgallery.com
web www.zenithgallery.com

Margery Goldberg, owner of Zenith Gallery has been on 7th Street NW for over 30 years. The inventory is extensive, and represents contemporary artists in all media. This almost certainly has been the most active gallery in the city. Now Margery Goldberg will move her inventory to another location and continue to do business by appointment and on the internet.


High Dive by Robert Jackson at Zenith Gallery
Robert Jackson. High Dive
oil on canvas 40 x 30"
Zenith Gallery


Fleet by Erik Thor Sandberg at Conner Contemporary Art
Erik Thor Sandberg. Fleet, 2009. oil on canvas, 60 x 40"

Conner Contemporary Art - established 1999
1358-60 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
email info@connercontemporary.com
web www.connercontemporary.com

Leigh Conner, owner of Conner Contemporary Art has recently moved Into a 12,000 square foot gallery in Washington's Trinidad section at a time when most galleries are downsizing. The gallery shows works by contemporary artists in all media which focus on a strong conceptual basis. In 2007 Conner created gogo art projects, a venture devoted to incubating emerging and experimental art.


Untitled (Wisconsin House 2) from Architectural Intersections by Dean Kessmann at Conner Contemporary Art
Dean Kessmann. Untitled (Wisconsin House 2)
from Architectural Intersections
, 2009
archival pigment print, 28 1/2 x 35 1/2", edition 2
Conner Contemporary Art


Untitled 2008.6 by James Marshall (Dalek) at Irvine Contemporary
James Marshall (Dalek). Untitled 2008.6, 2008
acrylic on panel, 28 x 28"

Irvine Contemporary - established 2002
1412 14th Street NW, Washington DC 20005
email info@irvinecontemporary.com
web www.irvinecontemporary.com

Irvine Contemporary specializes in contemporary art by early and mid-career artists with growing national and international reputations. The gallery is a full-service gallery focusing on the needs of collectors at any level of experience. Through May 16 the gallery is featuring the works of Shawne Major: Love Calls Us to the Things of This World. And June 2 to July 25. Street/Studio will show artists who use the street and urban space as extensions of their studios.


L'Argent by Shawne Major at Irvine Contemporary
Shawne Major. L'Argent, 2008
fabric, plastic toys, mixed materials, 7 x 7'
Irvine Contemporary


Sketch by John Winslow at Fraser Gallery
John Winslow. Sketch, 2008
oil on canvas, 70 x 70"

The Fraser Gallery - established 1996
7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda MD 20814
email frasergallery@hotmail.com
web www.frasergallery.com

April 10 - May 30 Fraser gallery's exhibition is Bethesda Green, a show of photographs and mixed media collages created with recycled materials. Beginning June 3 through July 4 The Fraser Gallery will host the Bethesda Painting Awards in connection with the Bethesda Art Walk.


Chinese Take-Out Box by Michael Fitts at Fraser Gallery
Michael Fitts. Chinese Take-Out Box, 2008
oil on reclaimed metal, 14 x 17"
Fraser Gallery


Blue by Tim O’Kane at Adams Davidson Gallery
Tim O'Kane. Blue
oil on wood, 32 x 18 1/2"

Adams Davidson Gallery - established 1965
2727 29th Street NW #504, Washington DC 20008
email ted.cooper@mindspring.com
web www.adgal.com
open by appointment

Adams Davidson Galleries, owned by Ted Cooper, places a special emphasis on important paintings, drawings, and sculpture by American artists from the Revolution to the New Deal, from Gilbert Stuart to Edward Hopper. The gallery also offers European paintings from the 16th-19th centuries and selected contemporary works. Cooper is a licensed and certified member of both the Appraisers Association of America and the American Society of Appraisers.


White by Tim O’Kane at Adams Davidson Gallery
Tim O'Kane. White
oil on wood, 32 x 18 1/2"
Adams Davidson Galleries


All About Orange by Wolf Kahn at Addison/Ripley Gallery
Wolf Kahn. All About Orange, 2008
oil on canvas, 36 x 32"

Addison/Ripley Gallery - established 1981
1670 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington DC 20007
email addisonrip@aol.com
web www.addisonripleyfineart.com

Established by partners Sylvia Ripley and Christopher Addison, Addison/Ripley has become one of Washington's foremost contemporary galleries, featuring changing exhibitions of the work of leading area and of internationally recognized artists. Painting, sculpture, photography and fine arts prints are among the disciplines presented. The gallery is located in Georgetown and is available for your special events.


Smoker by Kevin Kepple at Addison/Ripley Gallery
Kevin Kepple. Smoker, 2008
glue medium and ink on Baltic birch, 24 x 24"
Addison/Ripley Gallery


Above the Throng by Alla Rogers at Alla Rogers Gallery
Alla Rogers. Above the Throng
acrylic, gold leaf and mixed media, 40 x 50"

Alla Rogers Gallery - established 1990
1054 31st Street NW, Washington DC 20007
email allarogers@cs.com
web www.allarogers.com

Alla Rogers Gallery is entering it's twentieth year as a specialist and presenter of art from Eastern Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union. "Her language skills combined with her educated eye and extensive network throughout Central and Eastern Europe, have made her an authority on art of this region." Home and Design Magazine

Rogers works closely with collectors, interior designers and architects. She is available as a lecturer, curator, writer, cultural tourism consultant and appraiser in her area of competency. She is open by appointment only 202 333 8595.


One Love by Alla Rogers at Alla Rogers Gallery
Alla Rogers. One Love
acrylic, gold leaf and mixed media 40" x 50"
Alla Rogers Gallery


Windalier by Lee Boynton at Foxhall Gallery
Lee Boynton. Windalier
watercolor, 14 x 20"

Foxhall Gallery - established 1976
3301 New Mexico venue NW, Washington DC 20016
email foxhallgallery@foxhallgallery.com
web www.foxhallgallery.com

Foxhall Gallery exhibits both emerging and established contemporary artists. The gallery exhibits works in all media by local, national and international artists with an emphasis on realism. Jerry and Twila Eisley maintain a large inventory and the gallery has rotating exhibitions year round.


The Clay Hills by Christopher Burch at Foxhall Gallery
Christopher Burch. The Clay Hills
oil on canvas, 44 x 44"
Foxhall Gallery


Untitled #1 by Mira Hecht at The Ralls Collection
Mira Hecht. Untitled #1
oil on canvas, 39 1/2 x 36"

The Ralls Collection - established 1991
1516 31st Street NW, Washington DC 20007
email maralls@aol.com
web www.rallscollection.com

Marsha Ralls made her way into the gallery business by first working for Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Sotheby's Auction House, NYC, a private art consultant, and now her gallery in Georgetown. She specializes in contemporary American paintings, photography, prints, and sculpture, with an emphasis on photography. She has traveled as a cultural and diplomatic ambassador for the Washington DC Arts & Humanities Commission Board to Beijing, Shanghai and Bangkok. More recently she worked with local business leaders introducing art concepts in Dubai.


Pietrasanta C08.26 by Caio Fonseca at The Ralls Collection
Caio Fonseca. Pietrasanta C08.26, 2008
mixed media on canvas, 45 x 45"
The Ralls Collection


Untitled by Alma Woodsey Thomas at HEMPHILL
Alma Woodsey Thomas (American 1881-1978). Untitled, 1968
mixed media on paper. 11 7/8 x 15 3/4"

HEMPHILL - established 1993
1515 14th Street NW, Washington DC 20005
email gallery@hemphillfinearts.com
web www.hemphillfinearts.com

When George Hemphill opened his gallery he set the standard for the representation and exhibition of contemporary art in Washington, DC. The gallery's exhibition schedule features contemporary art ranging from emerging to mid-career to established artists. In addition, the gallery mounts exhibitions of contemporary artists, historically significant artwork, and socially relevant subjects. The diversity of this schedule is designed to showcase important talent and provide artwork appealing to a broad range of interests. HEMPHILL Fine Arts offers advisory and consulting services to corporate and private clients, providing assistance in the consideration, acquisition, and presentation of fine art.


Jabberwocky by Al Souza at HEMPHILL
Al Souza. Jabberwocky, 2008
puzzle parts & glue on wood, 46 x 46"
HEMPHILL


Untitled ('Kate'),  by Chuck Close at Adamson Gallery
Chuck Close. Untitled ("Kate"), 2008
pigment print on archival gloss paper
chine-colléd to 600gsm Fabriano watercolor paper
paper size: 60 x 40", Image size: 21 x 51", edition of 15

Adamson Gallery - Adamson Editions established 1982
1515 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20005
email gallery@adamsonallery.com
web www.adamsongallery.com

Director Laurie Adamson showcases the publications of Adamson Editions, as well as emerging and established local, national and international artists. Adamson Editions, a Washington DC-based digital atelier, has been in operation since 1979, first as a lithography studio. Since 1993, David Adamson has been the premier digital printmaker in the country.


'I've pictured us....' by Jim Hodges at Adamson Gallery
Jim Hodges. "I've pictured us....", 2008
folded archival pigment print on transparent Mylar
Framed dimensions: 36 7/8 x 27 x 2 3/4 inches
edition of 25
Adamson Gallery