“Inspired” – Boedges, Fitzgerald, and Wypych

Here we are, in March already and I can’t believe we’re opening our second exhibition of the year! Inspired, a group exhibition featuring work by Mark Boedges, Kevin Fitzgerald, and Anna Wypych opens today! The show will be open for public viewing and the entire collection is already available online. Click here to view the…

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Joseph McGurl’s Sight-size Method

Outdoor Painter wrote an article about McGurl’s use of the sight-size drawing method and we’ve put together a brief synopsis below accompanied by some available works by this masterful painter! You can click here to read the entire article! A little bit about Joseph McGurl Joseph grew up working with his father, James McGurl, who…

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Alexandria Boutique Warehouse Sale

The Alexandria Boutique Warehouse Sale is happening this weekend! Discounts will be available Saturday, February 6th and Sunday, February 7th only. In years prior, the Warehouse Sale took place in the The Westin Alexandria Hotel, but this year it will be spread out amongst store fronts, pop-up tents, and some discounts will be available online.…

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Cheers to 2021!

Welcome to our first blog of 2021! Today we’re going to share the exhibitions we have planned for this year! If you’d like to stay up to date on exhibition schedules, new arrivals, and additional announcements; click here to sign up for our newsletter. **click any of the artists names to be directed to their…

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Double Artist Feature: Steven Walker & Jennifer McChristian

Steven Walker Steven Walker was born in Myrtle Beach, SC and raised in Richmond, VA; where he later attended Virginia Commonwealth University and earned his BFA. Afterwards, he earned his MFA from Marywood University where he met his wife and fellow artist, Evelyn. “ I didn’t come from a family of artists, I wasn’t top…

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Small Works 2020

Our Annual Small Works Group Exhibition officially opened last Friday and features 140 works from over 30 different artists. The works range in size from 4 inches by 4 inches to 24 inches by 24 inches. They also range in subject matter; the exhibition features still life, figurative, landscape, and cityscape paintings. This variety makes…

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Introducing Carlos Morago

Carlos Morago was born in Madrid, Spain in 1954 and lives there today. He grew up visiting the Prado Museum, an institution filled with European masterworks from the 12th-21st centuries; amid those walls his art enthusiasm and knowledge flourished. “Beginning with the indisputable, unequalled Velázquez – who has been a reference point since childhood visits…

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The Memory of Trees

Gilbert Gorski’s Solo Exhibition: The Memory of Trees is still on display and it’s the last weekend to view the show in its entirety! We will begin de-installing the exhibition Wednesday, November 11th. However, the unsold pieces will remain at the gallery. If you’re unable to visit the gallery click here to view our digital…

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Final View: Jill Basham & Kim VanDerHoek

We are in the final week of From Above, Jill Basham & Kim VanDerHoek’s two-person exhibition! To close out this show, we’ve decided to share an interview with the artists. We provided Jill and Kim with a set of nine questions pertaining to their careers and creative processes. Please enjoy each interview below! Interview with…

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VanDerHoek and Basham

“From Above” Two-person exhibition opening Friday, September 18th | 6:30-9pm What happens when we look at the familiar from an unexpected point of view? This is the question posed by Principle Gallery’s upcoming two-person exhibition called From Above, and the answer comes to us in the form of 40 entirely new paintings by artists Jill…

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