After more than 20 years in our old location, we spent the summer moving into a new space in the heart of historic Georgetown. It took 3 years to renovate the new building and the transition was bittersweet at times, but we couldn't be happier with how 2818 Pennsylvania Avenue NW turned out.
With limited space to display artwork, our main goal was to highlight new arrivals while still showcasing the full range of our expansive inventory. From ornately framed pieces by the Modern Masters to iconic Pop Art works in sleek white frames, every style has a place on our walls.
These brightly colored sculptures from Mr. Brainwash and KAWS make the perfect window display from the outside looking in. We didn't have a spot for them at the old gallery, so we made sure to place them front and center once we got settled in.
Our main gallery wall is made up of contemporary and pop art pieces, featuring works from Andy Warhol, Mel Bochner, Alex Katz, KAWS, and Susumu Kamijo. In the center, we have an "artist spotlight" with a rotating display of Donald Sultan's 2022 Poppies and 2008 Wallflowers. We decided to stick to white frames on this wall in order to make the space feel as open and bright as possible.
There's a bit more variety as you walk further into the gallery – the back walls are covered with both iconic imagery and rising stars. Roy Lichtenstein's "Reflections on Conversation" is the main attraction, and we fill the remaining spots by switching in new arrivals from KAWS, Mr. Brainwash, Jonas Wood, Robert Indiana, and many others.
Our frame shop is located on the second floor, and we lined the wall along the staircase with works from Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, and other Modern Masters. These pieces typically work the best with large, ornate frames – so it's a good chance to demonstrate the variety of framing options we have available.
Our gallery is open to the public 7 days a week – visitors are welcome and encouraged! We hope to welcome you in soon.