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“Where are some favorite places to buy art by local artists here in DC?”

Katie asks us yesterday: “Where are some favorite places to buy art by local artists here in DC? Bonus if they have prints/smaller pieces for someone who’s on a budget or just starting to look at purchasing art”

Some early responses (please add yours):

“Eastern Market on weekends, so many to chose from!”


“Curve ball: you can wear some local art. It was great when the had a booth at the H St festival. They would customize your belt on-site.”

“Shop Made in DC”

“@PyramidAtlantic has a great shop online. There’s also a new space at @UnionMarketDC opening today called theTwelve. @VictoryDanceDC is another favorite. @DelRayArtisans and @hocoarts have shows with many affordable pieces too. And look out for pop-ups!”

“I love the art from this local artist: I have two pieces of his in my apartment and highly recommend! Super unique and he is great to work with.”

“Really love what jojoemade is doing on @Etsy”

“Artful Framing in Takoma. Also the Takoma Park Street Festival, which is usually in October.”

“Torpedo Factory in Alexandria. Especially @sidedoordc who does gorgeous photography and make prints for any space or budget.”

“Desert2district, Billie Claire Handmade, @marcellakriebel are just a few!”

“Hi! I’ve got a whole bunch of local prints in my shop”

“Transformer Gallery has a lot of local work in a variety of price ranges.”

“@IamBKAdams is a local DC artist, he has a studio in Brookland neighborhood & his work’s been featured in Smithsonian Mag, he’s a true DC gem!”

“Check out He is @ carmonamedina on instagram and does a lot of hyper local stuff too with all the neighborhoods. Lots of sizes and price points for all his prints”

“DCAC, the Foundry Gallery”

“Arts Club of Washington”



“Monroe Street Market/Brookland Arts Walk”

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