The Spring Garden Party is a highlight of the social calendar and the most significant annual fundraiser for Tudor Place.
Guests will gather May 21, 2014 under a tent on the South Lawn to enjoy a lovely evening in the gardens.
This year’s Garden Party chairs Page Evans, Colman Riddell, and Liz Dougherty. The event will honor prominent and longtime Georgetown resident Niente Ingersoll Smith, a decorative arts enthusiast, past and Honorary Trustee of Tudor Place, and chair of one of the museum’s earliest Garden Parties.
For information about receiving an invitation, contact Mary-Michael Wachur, 202.965.0400 x104.
Built in 1928, this charming Dutch Colonial country home with a garden, is located on a small street in the EastVillage, steps away from the parks of Dumbarton Oaks and Tudor Place. Sited on a large quarter acre, the lot includes the house, swimming pool, koi pond, greenhouse, and a covered arcade leading to a brick garden house/garage.
With seven bedrooms, including a master suite with sitting room, four full baths and two half baths, the home is surrounded by a professionally designed garden and large mature trees, fully fenced with gates on the side.
Click here for a virtual tour.
Join Robert Brown Gallery for the opening reception of the Oleg Kudryashov Memories of Moscow: Reliefs, constructions, and compositions, 1976-1995 exhibition on Friday, March 22 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.
In his work, Kudryashov often combines multiple zinc plates to transform two-dimensional prints into reliefs and three-dimensional constructions. He applies gouache and watercolor to paper before applying his velvety drypoint compositions. The works in this exhibition, covering the period 1977 - 1995, are small and large in scale, flat and three-dimensional. There are references to Russian icons, industrial landscapes and the artist's memories of Moscow from his studio in London where he lived from 1974 - 1997.
The exhibition will be on display from Friday March 22 through Saturday, May 10. Click here for more details about the artist and the exhibition or call 202.338.0353.
Robert Brown Gallery is located at 1662 33rd Street.