TWENTY-FOUR ARTISTS, in one building, working in a wide range of media and styles open their studios for a rare glimpse into the process behind their art. This free event provides the visitor the opportunity to purchase artwork and meet the artists in a relaxed, inviting atmosphere. Occupying 28,000 square feet, over four floors, 52 O Street Studios is one of the largest and oldest buildings dedicated to the practice of Fine Arts in Washington, DC.
52 O Street Studios is located a short walk from Metro’s New York Avenue Red Line stop, amidst the burgeoning North Capitol Street corridor. The artists working here are proud of this historic building, its idiosyncrasies, and the myriad of artists who have created here in the past.
Today, the building is occupied by painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers, woodworkers, and video artists who seek to continue and advance the guiding principle behind its opening in 1979, “to create an affordable working space for artists in Washington DC.”
This year’s artists include:
|Stevens Jay Carter||Luke Idziak|
|Brooke Clagett||B. Neal Jones|
|Betsy Damos||Micheline Klagsbrun|
|Chris Edmunds||Raye Leith|
|Adam Eig||Greg McLellan|
|Thom Flynn||Brandon Moses|
|Cianne Fragione||Kendall Nordin|
|H2O n2 Wine Films||H2O n2 Wine Films|
|Andrea Haffner||Holly & Ashlee Temple|
|Peter Harper||Lisa Marie Thalhammer|
|Mike Harris||Gabriel Thy|
|Matt Hollis||Ben Tolman