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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Enjoy a Review of "Zenith Comes of Age" Exhibition

A wonderful review by Mark Jenkins in the Washington Post on the “Zenith Comes of Age” exhibit at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC. The exhibit closes in two weeks! 
Read it here: 
Anne Marchand, "Saying," acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 36 x 36 inches,


Show Dates: May 1 - August 25, 2018
Inquiries: Margery Goldberg, 202-783-2963
1111 Sculpture Space Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am - 7pm, Saturday 8am - 4pm
* On Saturday Enter on 12th Street ~ Knock and the guard will let you in *

Celebrating 40 years in the nation's capital, Zenith is recognized for its unique mix of contemporary art in a wide variety of media, style and subject.  The gallery provides high-quality acquisition, art consulting, commissioning, appraisal and framing services, through its gallery/salon/sculpture garden off 16th Street at 1429 Iris St NW, WDC 20012.  Zenith also curates rotating exhibits at the Eleven Sculpture Space at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, WDC 20004.

Celebrating 40 Years in the Nation's Capital

GALLERY HOURS: Mon-Fri  8 am-7 pm, Sat  8 am-4 pm

Monday, August 13, 2018

Save the date! Sept. 14, 5-8 PM, Reception: TRAVELING FULL CIRCLE

Show Dates: August 28, 2018 - January 5, 2019
MEET THE ARTISTS RECEPTION: Friday September 14, 5-8 PM

FEATURING ARTISTS: Lisa Battle, Richard Binder, Patera Kori Studios (Darlene Davis), Renée duRocher, Anne Marchand, Jerome Harris Parmet

L-r: Coeur by Lisa Battle, Blue Fish-New Fish  by Jerome Harris Parmet, 
Bringing People Together by Richard Binder 

L-r: Dusk by Anne Marchand, Sukos by Darlene Davis, Quâkhû (Past) by Renée duRocher

Where: 1111 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC 20004 
When: August 28, 2018 - January 5, 2019
Meet the Artists Reception: Friday, September 14, 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Information: Margery Goldberg, 202-783-2963 
1111 Sculpture Space Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am - 7pm, Saturday 8am - 4pm
* On Saturday Enter on 12th Street ~ Knock and the guard will let you in *

Thursday, August 02, 2018

The Clark Hulings Fund Invites Visual Artists to Apply for Fellowships to its Innovative Business Accelerator Program

Santa Fe, New Mexico - On September 1st, 2018, The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists (CHF) will begin accepting applications for its 2019 Business Accelerator Program, an intensive year-long course of business study for professional working artists. Through this innovative web-based program, currently in its fifth year, the national nonprofit organization is transforming the art industry by providing visual artists with the business training they need to succeed as entrepreneurs and make a complete living through the creation of their art.

A total of 20 Fellows will be selected to receive free tuition for CHF’s 2019 Business Accelerator, which will provide them with customized business training, network-building opportunities, publicity, and one-on-one support to boost their careers and make their art practices self-sustaining. At the end of year one, each Fellow will have established a viable business objective and developed an "investment-grade" business plan for an entrepreneurial project that furthers the objective. A select group of the 2019 Fellows will be chosen to continue on to the program’s second year, during which they will work directly with the Accelerator team to hone their skills, ensure accountability, and capitalize their proposed projects.

With this groundbreaking program, CHF is filling a vacuum that exists in the art industry. Art schools rarely teach business skills, but these are essential if visual artists are to seize lucrative opportunities in a timely manner, and navigate an industry rife with predatory middlemen who foster artists’ dependency by exploiting their insecurities about their business acumen. To thrive economically, artists must fund and operate their businesses, often on a shoestring budget, while creating salable work that still realizes their creative vision.


September 1 - September 30, 2018. Artists are strongly encouraged to pre-register here, to receive email updates on the application process and deadlines. In addition, pre-registrants will receive free “Colleague”-level access to our digital learning portal.

For more information, please visit

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Reading an Inspired Collection on Art, Beauty & Creativity

Just finished this collection of timeless concise quotes on creativity. From Duchamp to O'Keefe, It's just right for everyday inspiration!

The Art Lover's Quotation Book is a collection of fun, inspirational, meaningful quotes perfect for every art lover.
An Inspired Collection on Art, Beauty & Creativity

What is art? Art is beauty; art is love; art is anything you want it to be. In short, art is creativity in tangible form, something to appreciate and experience. The best kind of art evokes emotions, asks questions, all while speaking to a deeper truth. The Art Lover's Quotation Book is for anyone who believes that art is a fundamental way of life.

Full of great quotes about enduring works of art, from creating it to consuming it, and everything in between, The Art Lover's Quotation Book is the perfect gift for the artist in all of us.

978-1-57826-631-9, $12.50 hardcover

Published by Hatherleigh Press.
Distributed through Penguin Random House.
Available wherever books are sold.

Latitude: The Washington Women's Arts Center 1975-1987



JUNE 16 - AUGUST 12, 2018
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, DC
Summer Opening Reception: Saturday, June 16, 6-9PM

Pushing Boundaries by Ellouise Schoettler: Sunday, June 24, 2-3PM
Local cable host, producer, former WWAC member, and nationally known storteller Ellouise Schoettler will be performing in the museum. Taking the audience back to the 1970s Second Wave Women’s Movement and her experience in grassroots movements, Schoeletter will describe an experience with the WWAC that had far-reaching effects for her political activism.

WWAC Panel Discussion, Saturday, July 21, 4-6:30PM
Spend your Saturday afternoon with former members of the Washington Women’s Arts Center. Judith Benderson, Barbara Frank, and Taina Litwak will join the exhibition’s curator, Françoise Yohalem for a panel discussion that looks back at the history of the Washington Women’s Arts Center and its influence on the Washington art scene that still resonates today. A reception will follow the panel.

Events are free and open to the public

The Washington Women’s Arts Center (WWAC), located at 1821 Q Street NW, then at the Lansburgh Cultural Center, was created in 1975 as a non-profit organization to provide professional support and opportunities for women in the arts. Throughout its history, the WWAC also sponsored speakers, pro-duced literary and visual arts journals, and collabo-rated with other organizations to raise the profile of women artists in the Washington area and around the country.This exhibition features the art of former WWAC members and exhibitors. Curated by Françoise Yohalem, it will showcase 90+ works produced between the years 1975-1987, some of which are iconic of that time. The show brings back the energy, passion, and talent of members when the WWAC was, for many, “the only show in town.” Recent works by WWAC artists will be featured in a slideshow and select interviews with members will appear in an accompanying documentary, Voices from the Washington Women’s Arts Center. This exhibition is sponsored by the Alper Initiative for Washington Art.

Featuring the work of: BJ Adams, Carolyn Alper, Altina, Dale Appleman, Marilyn Banner, Ann Barbieri, Judith Benderson, Lucy Blankstein, Terry Braunstein, Patricia Buck, Dianne Bugash, Katharine Butler, Judy Byron, Bonnie B.Collier, Linda Conti, Marcia Coppel, Joan Danziger, Margaret Dowell, Joan Fallows, Aline Feldman, Maria Theresa Fernandes, Barbara Frank, Mimi Frank, Nancy Frankel, Jeanne Garant, Janis Goodman, Judith Goodman, Mansoora Hassan, Nita Moss Hines, Bonnie Lee Holland, Marilyn Horrom, Laura Weaver Huff, Tazuko Ichikawa, Arlette Jassel, Jan Kern, Barbara Kerne, Ai-WenWu Kratz, Andrea Kraus, Ann Langdon, Elaine Langerman, Beckie Mirsch Laughlin, Harriet Lesser, June Linowitz, Lynn Liotta, Taina Litwak, CarolLukitsch, Anne Marchand, Sarna Marcus, Sharon Moody, Nina Muys, Dominie Nash, Margot S. Neuhaus, Margaret Paris, Terry Parmelee, Susan Due Pearcy, Annette Polan, Carolyn Pomponio, Gail Rebhan, Marie Ringwald, Charlotte Robinson, Renee Sandell, Eva Santorini, Ellouise Schoettler, Alice D. Sims, Ellen Sinel, Lila Snow, Judy Southerland, Ronnie Spiewak, Sherry Sanabria, Mary Staley, Sarah Stout, Rachel Sultanik, Carol Summar, Terry Svat, Lyndia Terre, Susan Powell Tolbert, Shirley True, Suzanne Twyford, Andrea Uravitch, M.L. Van Nice, Frank Van Riper, Claudia Vess, Sandra Wasko-Flood, Gail Watkins, Mary Weiss-Waldhorn, Joyce Wellman, Janet Wheeler, Rosemary Wright, Ann Zahn, Ann Zelle, Zinnia, and Joyce Zipperer

Saturday, May 19, 2018

ZENITH GALLERY Celebrating 40 Years in the Nation's Capital

On Display Downtown ~ SAVE THE DATE

Zenith Comes of Age: 24 Years on Seventh Street
Suzanne Codi, Julie Girardini, Anne Marchand, Donna McCullough,
Bradley Stevens, Paul Martin Wolff, and Joyce Zipperer
Show Dates: May 1- August 25, 2018
To celebrate 40 years of Zenith Gallery is hosting three different exhibitions at 1111 Pennsylvania Sculpture Space. Each exhibition to represent different locations and eras of Zenith Gallery. Third in the series, 24 Years on 7th Street, represents Zenith Gallery coming of age.   


Suzanne Codi, one of the first gallery managers of Zenith Gallery in our very early years, had a studio at Zenith Square. She has a tremendous love of nature, flowers and animals, and her joie-de vivre shows up in all she creates as well as how she has lived her life.  

Julie Girardini says about her work "My work is influenced by the journey's we take in our lives.... how we travel from one phase of our life to another. Sometimes it involves a physical move. More often it is an emotional shift. How do we make it feel like home? When do we know we are ready to leave?This is symbolized through my use of iconic forms: boats, nests, houses."

Anne Marchand is inspired by photographs of galaxies and nebulae seen through the Hubble telescope. Marchand finds these images suggestive of a connection between deep space and inner space of the human body, with the same energy throughout the macrocosm and the microcosm.

Donna McCullough, known for her vintage aluminum dresses, plays with the perception of femininity through the dichotomy of her material. Transforming her metal mediums, her dresses "appear feminine and soft while actually maintaining its strength and rigidity-an expression in contrasts and complements".

Bradley Stevens, having copied many works in the National Gallery of art in Washington, DC, pays homage with his museum series. Stevens tell us, "these paintings are my tribute to the great artists who have inspired me and to the magnificent museums that honor them." 

Paul Martin Wolff, prefers to sculpt in soapstone allowing him to "work by subtraction rather than addition, as with clay, and provides a never-ending search for the object inside the stone, a communion between artist and object that does not exist with any other medium." 

Joyce Zipperer brings to light how trends in fashion often discounts comfort and health issues. Focusing on women's undergarments Zipperer uses metal fabrics, carved stone, and welded steel to convey the changed attitudes and styles which have mirrored our culture, past and present, to address some of these issues. 

Show Dates: May 1 - August 25, 2018

Meet the Artists Reception: Wednesday, May 23, 5:00-8:00 PM
Where: 1111 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington DC, 20004
Information: Margery Goldberg, 202-783-2963
1111 Sculpture Space Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am - 7pm, Saturday 8am - 4pm
* On Saturday Enter on 12th Street ~ Knock and the guard will let you in *
Celebrating 40 years in the nation's capital, Zenith is recognized for its unique mix of contemporary art in a wide variety of media, style and subject. The gallery provides high-quality acquisition, art consulting, commissioning, appraisal and framing services, through its gallery/salon/ sculpture garden off 16th Street at 1429 Iris St NW, WDC 20012. Zenith also curates rotating exhibits at the Eleven Sculpture Space at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, WDC 20004.

Celebrating 40 Years in the Nation's Capital

1111 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC 20004
GALLERY HOURS: Mon-Fri 8 am-7 pm, Sat 8 am-4 pm

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - OPENING RECEPTION! The Healing Studio Series: Judith Capen/Alex Todorvich

Saturday, May 05, 2018

Gateway Open Studios: Saturday, May 12 from Noon-5pm

~ The DC region’s largest one-day visual arts festival ~

Download a printable PDF map HERE

The artists of Maryland’s Gateway Arts District present the 14th iteration of the Spring Open Studios on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 12-5 p.m. The self-guided tour (use downloadable map above) takes place in the Gateway Arts District along Route 1 in Prince George’s County, MD in the towns of Mount Rainier, North Brentwood, Brentwood and Hyattsville. The inaugural opening celebration of the new Lab Gallery at the Brentwood Arts Exchange in the Gateway Art Center—located at 3901 Rhode Island Ave, Brentwood, MD 20722—will take place after the open studios from 5-8 p.m.
The Gateway Arts District is the DC metro area’s largest arts district and houses internationally renowned galleries, studios, workshops and art spaces. Visitors have the opportunity to directly interact with artists in their studios and to connect with their artistic process.
34 Venues. 70 Studios. Over 100 Artists!
On Saturday, May 12, studios, art organizations, and galleries throughout the Gateway Arts District will open their doors to the public. The event is free and open to people of all ages. Over 100 individual artists participate in the event making the 2018 Spring Open Studios the region’s most prominent visual arts event.  Audiences can attend art openings, glass-blowing demonstrations or select artwork in an artist’s studio. This artist-led event presents a once-a-year opportunity to connect with the region’s most important and economically vital centers of art production. 
A free shuttle bus will make stops from Artists by the Tracks in Mount Rainier to Pyramid Atlantic in Hyattsville.
For the most up-to-date information about the tour, visit the event’s Facebook page at 

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