Art Resource Roundup: Framers, Galleries & Online Sources

Art Resource Roundup: Framers, Galleries & Online Sources

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Rachael Grad
Sep 3, 2009

The Washington Post today features art consultant Allison Marvin's advice on collecting and displaying art in the home. We've been inspired to add to her list of favorites and roundup great DC galleries, framers, and online resources. Do you have a favorite art source and framer?

Allison Marvin's DC gallery picks include Irvine Contemporary, Transformer Gallery, and Conner Contemporary. DC galleries and resources to add:
Marsha Mateyka Gallery
Nevin Kelly Gallery
Torpedo Factory Art Center and other artist studios and schools with regular shows
Artomatic - the yearly show for anyone and everyone
• the rotating gallery at The Artists Inn Residence
• mid-city artists host open studios twice a year

Framers:
• Allison Marvin recommends Framesmith D.C., Bethesda Custom Framing, and Archival Art Services.
• We adore Frames by Rebecca in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Online Art Resources:
Top 10: Affordable Online Art Sources
Good Questions: Affordable Art Online?
Interview: Collecting Art Tips from Brian Petro
How To: Start an Art Collection

More on DC Art Resources:
On the Edge: A Guide to Washington's Art Galleries from The Washingtonian magazine
The Art Consultant Is In: Advice on Decorating Walls from The Washington Post
Art Resources from The Washington Post
Art Workshops and Drop-In Classes in DC

(Images: Rachael Grad from Joff Brings L.A. Style to DC)

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