Spring Shows at Susan Calloway's Fine Art Gallery

Photo by Susan Calloway
"North 169" by Alison Hall Cooley
"North 169" by Alison Hall Cooley

If you’ve seen fine art in Georgetown recently, chances are it came from Susan Calloway Fine Arts, which has furnished the Washington, D.C. area with a superb collection of contemporary and antique art for nearly two decades. Located in the Book Hill neighborhood of Georgetown since 1993, the airy, two-story gallery features an always-changing, salon-style installation on the lower level and rotating contemporary shows on the upper level.

Inside the gallery (Photo by: Susan Calloway) Inside the gallery

Maintaining a particular focus on fineness and beauty, the gallery represents both emerging and established local, national, and international artists and presents a carefully curated selection of nineteenth and early twentieth century American and European oil paintings.

"Portrait of a Lady" by Henry Caro-Delvaille (Photo by: Susan Calloway) "Portrait of a Lady" by Henry Caro-Delvaille

Spring promises to be an exciting season at Susan Calloway Fine Arts, as they look forward to hosting several shows and unique events from March to May. Chesapeake Color, a special show and sale of works by abstract-realist painter Stephen Day to benefit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, will be on view March 16-26, with a reception on the evening of Friday, March 18th.

Pierre Jacquelin (Photo by: Susan Calloway) Pierre Jacquelin

A hint of France will be in the

air on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 30th, as the gallery presents a show of fine contemporary French art, including works on paper by Daniel Airam, Pierre Jacquelin, and Jean-Michel Matthieux-Marie.

On the evening of May 6th, the gallery will host an opening reception for popular, local plein-air painter Ed Cooper, whose solo show will be on view through early June.

In addition to maintaining a thrivi

Ed Cooper (Photo by: Susan Calloway) Ed Cooper
ng gallery space, during the past year, Susan Calloway Fine Arts has also expanded into additional venues in Georgetown. The gallery curates quarterly rotating shows at furniture designer Thos. Moser’s Georgetown showroom, on the corner of 33rd and M Street NW. On view through the end of March are Lamar Briggs’ lyrical abstract canvases, and from April through June, Rodgers Naylor’s light-filled
Gary Conway's "Fifty-six Views: View 29" in Citronelle's private dining room (Photo by: Susan Calloway) Gary Conway's "Fifty-six Views: View 29" in Citronelle's private dining room
street scenes and slices of life will be on view. Also see the gallery’s work in the private dining rooms in Citronelle, at 30th and M Street NW, where Gary Carmody Conway’s gorgeous views of his California vineyard complement Michel Richard’s fine cuisine. 

Susan Calloway Fine Arts also provides art consulting services for business and residential clients and has extensive experience working with the architecture and design trades. The gallery always welcomes new collaborations along these lines. Susan Calloway also specializes in conservation framing using archival-quality materials and techniques, and in traditional French mat decoration. Dealing with fine art for nearly twenty years has led Susan Calloway to develop a highly trained eye for designing beautiful framing treatments for both contemporary and antique art.

Visit Susan Calloway Fine Arts at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue or T 202.965.4601. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10-5, and Sunday and Monday by appointment.

Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery on Wisconsin Avenue (Photo by: Susan Calloway) Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery on Wisconsin Avenue