Cross MacKenzie Gallery presents monthly exhibitions featuring established and emerging contemporary artists.  Our program offers a mixture of solo and thematic group shows of paintings and photography with a specialty in sculptural ceramics.

Our Story

Established in 2006 by husband and wife team, Rebecca Cross and photographer Maxwell MacKenzie, the gallery has grown to occupy a generous space on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. Cross MacKenzie also participates in art fairs around the country, including Market Art + Design, SOFA NYC, Art Southampton, Dwell on Design, and Architectural Digest Design Show, among others.

The gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington and The Book Hill Consortium of galleries in Georgetown

Rebecca Cross, painter, set & costume designer (Bresee Danskompani, Oslo, Norway & Ballet Rox, Boston, MA) and ceramic artist has work included in the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery and Embassies in Colombia and Nicaragua, along with hundreds of private and corporate collections. She studied painting, ceramics and sculpture at Bennington College, St Martin's School of Art, London and received her M.A. from The Royal College of Art, London. She then assisted sculptor Sir Anthony Caro for 2 years. Shown widely throughout the UK and the US she has received grants from the DC Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, The American Scandinavian Foundation and is a MacDowell Fellow.

Max MacKenzie, architectural photographer, artist and author of 3 books of his panoramic landscape photographs, "Abandonings", "American Ruins", and "Markings", has provided his architectural photography services to architects and interior designers in the DC area for 30 years. His fine art photographs are represented by galleries in 8 states and included in numerous private, corporate and government collections such as the Library of Congress and Embassies in Nigeria, Russia, and Peru. He received his B.A. from Bennington College and is the recipient of grants from The Graham Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, The DC Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.