Thursday, June 08, 2006

"Our Town"

June 8- July 16, 2006
East Coast Artists

Thurs, June 8th, 6-9pm
Sat, June 10th, 2-5pm

Bradley Stevens "Cherry Blossoms"

Scenes of Washington, DC & Our Neighboring Communities
A Selection of East Coast Artists

John Malmstrom -Joey Manlapaz - Anne Marchand - Glenn Moreton
David Stainbeck - Bradley Stevens - Colin Winterbottom
Joey Manlapaz "Propped"

Anne Marchand "Seventeenth Street Mansion"

From hard edge cityscapes to romantic, serene pastoral landscapes, this group of artists captures it all. Zenith Gallery invites you to view the Washington DC and surrounding areas through the eyes of seven thoughtful, talented and creative artists.

The fragrance of Washington springtime is captured in "Cherry Blossoms" by Bradley Stevens. Anne Marchand’s vibrant, almost electric scenes whether in her murals or paintings, creatively enhance what already exists in her 17th St. Mansion paintings. Joey Manlapaz continues with her well-known reflection series, examining how one building reflects off of another.
Colin Winterbottom’s black & white photography presents the viewer with the majesty of this Capitol City. David Stainback’s draftsman like structures sometimes stay true to their content and other times are viewed purely from his artistic side.

John Malmstrom seems to find eerie strangeness and beauty wherever he lives; his images capture the spirit of their locale, this time reflecting on Richmond, Virginia. Glenn Moreton's works are often compared to photo realist Richard Estes, when in fact the artist began developing his detailed cityscapes quite independently of the photo realist movement.

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Gallery Hours: Tues – Fri, 11am-6pm Sat, 11am-7pm Sun, 12-5pm

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