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A Taste of France in DC

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear ‘French Market?’  Baguettes? Lavender?  Linens?  I am sure you will not be surprised when I tell you – I think of French macarons!  French macarons in all their colorful, sweet, classy, and unique glory.

DC area residents do not have to travel to Paris or Nice to experience a fabulous, open-air French market.  This weekend, Friday April 28th through Sunday, April 30th France is coming to you!  Take a short trip to Georgetown’s Book Hill district to indulge in French delicacies and festive atmosphere.

I believe French macarons, in all forms, should be celebrated at a French market.  Therefore, I am beyond thrilled that six of my mini macaron paintings will be included (and for sale) in this weekend’s 14th Annual Georgetown French Market in connection with Susan Calloway Fine Arts!

Details:  Friday, April 28 & Saturday, April 29 10am-5pm, Sunday, April 30 12-5pm. Georgetown’s Book Hill neighborhood (1500-1600 block of Wisconsin Ave).

Enjoy French pastries, live entertainments, children activities, french macarons, and be sure to visit Susan Calloway Fine Arts to see my unique take on my favorite subject – the french macaron!

Bon Voyage!