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Carlton Fletcher at Susan Calloway

February 12, 2018

This Friday, February 16th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm , stop by Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery and meet Carlton Fletcher.


Event is free and open to the public.


Fletcher's first show at Susan Calloway Fine Arts encompasses a range of work from a career spanning over four decades. While this exhibition focuses on his oil paintings, it also includes several works on paper.  Subjects include still life paintings, studio scenes, Potomac River views, and street scenes depicting Washington, DC, Venice, Florida, and a number of Italian cities, including Rome.


While Carlton's works are, for the most part, formally composed, closer inspection leads the viewer towards a distinct sense of deconstruction. Lines and borders are often actually the impression of line. The rigid compositions are undercut by the loose and painterly way he outlines natural elements and renders the built environment with soft, yet structured, brushwork. These constructed scenes are even more compelling when natural elements are included, especially in Carlton's more recent works. Trees become painterly splashes of green, clearly representational but trending towards abstraction in a way that sets them apart from the architectural elements they disrupt. Carlton’s landscapes, often familiar scenes from the Potomac, are far less formal than his grand still life paintings or city scenes and represent a freer, more dynamic style, while still in keeping with his larger oeuvre.


Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery is located at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.

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GU Hosts Cardinal Joseph Tobin on Defending Immigrants and Refugees

January 31, 2018

Cardinal Joseph Tobin, who has accompanied immigrants to deportation hearings and challenged restrictions on resettling refugees, will outline the moral, human and religious imperatives for defending immigrants and refugees in the current national debate.


The event, “Sharing the Journey with Immigrants and Refugees,” which also includes Cardinal Tobin in conversation with students, is part of the Dahlgren Dialogue series and will take place in Georgetown University’s Dahlgren Chapel Monday, Feb. 5 at 4:00 pm. 


Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia will deliver opening remarks for the dialogue, which includes: 


Cardinal Joseph Tobin, Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey

Mizraim Belman Guerror, student, School of Foreign Service 

Habon Ali, student, School of Foreign Service

John Carr, director, Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, Georgetown University (moderator)


Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart is located at 3700 O Street on the campus of Georgetown Universtiy.

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Who's Your Ultra Violet Valentine?

January 29, 2018

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Let Ultra Violet, Georgetown's favorite florist, turn a romantic holiday ... or any day into a magical celebration!


For February 14th delivery, please order by February 12, 2018.


Ultra Violet Flowers is located at 1218 31st Street in Georgetown. Tel: 202.333.3002

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