Windows by Golden Triangle

Launched in July 2020 as a part of our COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, Windows by Golden Triangle brings public art to windows and store fronts in DC’s central business district. The project injects the neighborhood with artistry and creativity to uplift and inspire the Golden Triangle community during the pandemic.

Following an open call to artists and a review of more than 150 submissions, nine local artists hailing from DC, Maryland, and Virginia were selected to participate in this project.

The following Windows by Golden Triangle installations are currently on display:

  • Steve Alfaro’s Joy, Hope, Love, Community at 1900 M Street NW
  • Katherine Becker’s A Spring of Sorrow and Song; Emergence Series, #8; Strato Sunburst; and 4 Seasons at 1875 I Street NW (19th Street side)
  • Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi’s Of time past and time future at The Mayflower Hotel at 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
  • Shyama Kuver’s The Gardener and Sea at 1634 I Street NW
  • Nikki Painter’s Blue Spring, Late Summer Garden, Site Cycle (Split), and Site (Chasm) at 1050 Connecticut Ave NW
  • Kim Sandara’s Real at 1899 L St NW (19th Street side)

Artworks by Carlos Carmonamedina and Adrienne Gaither were up from July through August 2020. Artworks by James Terrell were displayed through mid-August 2021.

Read the press release here.

Joy, Hope, Love, Community and Celebration by Steve Alfaro installed at 1900 M Street NW

Of time past and time future by Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi installed at The Mayflower Hotel located at 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW

Katherine Becker’s 4 Seasons, Strato Sunburst, Emergence Series #8, and A Spring of Sorrow and Song, installed at 1875 I Street NW (19th Street side)

The Gardener and Sea and Sky by Shyama Kuver installed at 1634 I Street NW

Nikki Painter’s Blue Spring, Late Summer Garden, Site Cycle (Split), Site (Chasm) installed at 1050 Connecticut Ave NW

Kim Sandara’s Real at 1899 L St NW (19th Street side)

Windows Artworks No Longer on Display

James Terrell’s We Will Party Again and Enjoy the Colors

Adrienne Gaither, How I Got Over

Carlos Carmonamedina, DC is My City