Sunday, November 05, 2006

CA comes to DC

a new series of flora and fauna paintings
1831 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC

"Billy Shire Fine Arts is pleased to host a private preview of painter Marc Dennis' new works that will debut in his February 2007 exhibit in Culver City, CA. This exclusive event will allow collectors and their guests a 'first look' at Marc's compelling new series of flora and fauna paintings in 'hyper-realistic unreality.' Christopher Reiter of Muleh kindly hosts our CA gallery exhibit in his beautiful showroom on 14th Street. Visit our website for more information on the gallery at I look forward to seeing you there," Annie Adjchavanich Gallery Director, Billy Shire Fine Arts.
RSVPs are preferred:
Remember our Annie Adj, the former director of the WPA/C? She's a person who moved heaven and earth for DC artists including publication of the first WPA/C Artist Directory and organized numerous citywide exhibitions. She moved to California and is the director of Billy Shire Fine Arts. Ms. Adjchavanich will be on an East Coast tour this week and she will introduce artist, Marc Dennis to DC Collectors. A live preview featuring 12, 30" x 30" paintings will be on exhibition at Muleh on 14th St. NW on Sunday, November 12, 4-6pm. The preview is only a couple of hours long, one day only, so don't miss the event! Marc Dennis is a professor at Elmira College in Elmira, NY and he will be at the exhibition preview.

Any collector who is out and about should make this a stop on their Mid City Artist Open Studios tour next weekend. All MCA artist studios close at 5pm so you'll have an extra hour of art viewing at Muleh. Stop by, meet the artist Marc Dennis and say hello to Annie.

Marc Dennis has a portrait in the National Portrait Gallery that opened at the inaugural show. Marc is also featured in the Nov 2006 issue of American Art Collector.

Contact: Annie Adjchavanich
Gallery Director
BSFA & La Luz de Jesus Gallery
Billy Shire Fine Arts
5790 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
(323) 297-0600

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