Coincidence or not, the final show at Fraser Gallery is fitting. The Bethesda gallery, which specializes in photography and painting, is closing 15 years after its now-shuttered Georgetown branch first opened. The last show features the work of Lee Goodwin—a D.C.-based landscape photographer who’s not a household name but whose images are precise and technically [...]
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For Catriona Fraser, the Fraser Gallery’s decade-and-a-half run in Georgetown and Bethesda ended on a simple note: “Nobody was buying any artwork from me.”
Case in point: the 10th Annual International Photography Competition, one of the gallery’s best-known feature exhibitions, which just closed at Fraser’s remaining outpost in downtown Bethesda.
The work is affordable, with most of [...]
The Fraser Gallery, a Bethesda gallery specializing in photography and painting, announced tonight that will close at the end of March.
The Bethesda location is the last survivor of a Fraser duo—a Georgetown location, which was open from 1996 to 2005, and the Bethesda outpost, which opened in 2002.
In an e-mail, owner Catriona Fraser announced that [...]