Posts Tagged ‘Lee Goodwin’

Reviewed: Lee Goodwin at Fraser Gallery

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 [...]

Closing Reception: Why Bethesda’s Fraser Gallery Went Under

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 [...]

Fraser Gallery Will Close This Month

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 [...]