Black Art Matters 2017 Exhibition Series
May
18
May 25

Black Art Matters 2017 Exhibition Series

Join us for Series 1 of Black Art Matters, the inaugural installation celebrating Black artists and their contributions to the local, national, and international art scene. You don't want to miss this! 

Georgetown BID Spring Art Walk
May
5
6:00 pm18:00

Georgetown BID Spring Art Walk

Galleries will host an evening stroll and a viewing of their fine art exhibitions in the most beautiful part of Washington, DC. 

Add to your collection and please join us for a night of art, fun, and refreshments.

Date:
Friday May 5, 2017

Time:
6 PM – 8 PM

The Georgetown French Market
Apr
28
Apr 30

The Georgetown French Market

The Georgetown French Market, one of the District's most anticipated shopping weekends, marks the triumphant return of the spring season. Georgetown's Book Hill neighborhood will transform into an inviting open-air market as the over 40 locally-owned merchants, restaurants, salons and galleries display discounted items and unique finds. Check out our dedicated Georgetown French Market site for full event details!

The three-day event will feature live entertainment and children's activities, evoking the outdoor markets of Paris where guests wander between shops and galleries tempted by the aroma of fresh coffee and croissants. C'est magnifique!

Please note: P Street Gallerie will be closed the weekend of The Georgetown French Market as we prepare to install our upcoming exhibition.

Anu Das: A Woman's Art / Opening Reception
Oct
13
6:00 pm18:00

Anu Das: A Woman's Art / Opening Reception

A Woman's Art: The art of Anu Das

Opening Reception: October 13, 2016 / 6 - 8 pm

Anu Das was born in India. For the past two decades she has been making prints, artist books, mixed media fabric pieces which deal with the social and cultural issues of women. Her work transcends geography to include women who are affected by conflicts on the borders of any country that suffer from isolation, displacement, physical and psychological abuse, and disabilities. 

Anu's collection will be on display at P Street Gallerie from October 8 - November 5.

Fall Art Sale
Sep
16
6:00 pm18:00

Fall Art Sale

We're making space...

DISCOVER OUR FALL SALE

Enjoy 20% to 40% OFF in the Gallerie
on Friday, September 16, 2016 from 6 PM - 8 PM. 

Stop in for a glass of wine and choose from a few original works by various artists as well as reduced pricing on select box card sets and limited edition prints of original paintings.

Every Thursday: Summer at the Gallerie
Jun
2
Jul 28

Every Thursday: Summer at the Gallerie

We are excited to announce extended hours each and every Thursday this summer! Join us each Thursday until 7 PM for cool art...and a cold drink!

Summer at the Gallerie will run through Thursday, September 1, 2016.

Chewning Art presents a Spring Pop Up Show
Apr
29
May 1

Chewning Art presents a Spring Pop Up Show

Featuring recent works by artist William Chewning

During the 2016 Georgetown French Market
Friday, April 29 | Saturday, April 30 | Sunday, May 1

Reception:
Friday, April 29, 2016 from 6 PM - 8 PM

For more information please contact:

chewningart@gmail.com
(202) 766-3077

Location:
P Street Gallerie & Pop-up
3235 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20007

Dana Ellyn | Speciesism
Oct
30
Dec 4

Dana Ellyn | Speciesism

We are delighted to host artist Dana Ellyn’s latest exhibition, Speciesism, featuring a series of Ellyn’s paintings exploring humans’ complicated and often contradictory relationship with animals.

Ellyn is the artist behind some of the most popular and thought provoking paintings related to animal rights and veganism. Her work has garnered international attention and multiple awards, and has recently been featured by PETA.

The Speciesism series, rendered in a style Ellyn describes as a battle between her technical training and her desire to infuse every painting with emotion and meaning, revolves around the question that animates many of her animal-themed paintings: Why do we love some animals and eat others?

The result is a challenging, provocative and irreverent collection that can spark a range of sometimes surprising reactions. “I’ve dabbled in a lot of different subject matters, many of them controversial,” said Ellyn, who has been a vegetarian for 15 years. “Especially those touchy subjects you’re not supposed to discuss at a dinner party: religion, politics, divorce, not wanting kids, etc. When I began to really focus on creating vegan-themed paintings, I thought I was venturing into less controversial territory. I was definitely wrong."

Speciesism will run from October 30 - December 4, 2015.

Artist Talk with Dana Ellyn | Speciesism
Oct
29
6:00 pm18:00

Artist Talk with Dana Ellyn | Speciesism

Many of her animal-themed paintings strike a chord and have earned international recognition and awards, while creatively posing the question: Why do we love some animals and eat others? Experience a behind-the-scenes look at Dana Ellyn's latest exhibition, Speciesism, and learn more about the motivation behind this body of work while participating in an intimate discussion and Q&A session.

Please note: An invitation is required to attend the Artist Talk with Dana Ellyn on Thursday 10/29/2015. The Opening Reception on Friday 10/30/2015 is open to the public.

Opening Reception: Translation Not Required | Robert Novel
Sep
18
6:00 pm18:00

Opening Reception: Translation Not Required | Robert Novel

Come and view the latest work by artist Robert Novel this fall at P Street Gallerie. This exhibition will feature a collection from Robert's signature body of abstract and minimalist paintings. Please come opening night and meet the artist.

"My work incorporates the least amount of form to achieve the greatest effect."

- Robert Novel