Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Zenith Gallery Salon “In Loving Memory”

34th Anniversary Exhibition
March 17– April 28, 2012

Meet the Artists Reception:  Saturday March 17th 4-8pm
At The Zenith Gallery Salon at 1429 Iris St., NW, Washington, DC 20012

In Loving Memory is dedicated in loving tribute to Judith Keyserling. Throughout her career Judy served as executive vice president of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, vice president of marketing and public relations at the Milwaukee Symphony and in the same capacity at The Washington Ballet. Judy began her career in the popular music business as a talent buyer, agent and manager, and produced the "Best Rock and Roll Record of 1982", awarded by the National Association of Independent Record Distributors & Producers.  For the last 6 years Judy has done all the PR and writing for both Zenith Gallery and the Zenith Community Arts Foundation.

Ten percent of the sales will go to the Zenith Community Arts Foundation, a fund in honor of Judy Keyserling, to continue the programs she worked on for the last 6 years.

For over three decades, Zenith Gallery has contributed to Washington’s art scene, offering collectors and art aficionados a dynamic array of painting, sculpture, three-dimensional mixed media, neon art, art furniture, tapestry, photography and fine crafts.  Commemorating Zenith’s 34th year in the nation’s capital, the gallery will present its trademark mix of artworks by more than 30 artists, many who have been with the gallery since its inception.

Artists featured in the exhibition include; Kim Abraham, Fabiano Amin, Harmon Biddle, Rosetta DeBerardinis, Renee duRocher, David Glick, Ken & Julie Girardini, Margery E. Goldberg, Diane B. Dunham Griffin, Stephen Hansen, Chris Hayman, Philip Hazard, David & Marcie Wolf -Hubbard, Robert C. Jackson, Carol Gellner-Levin, Lou Kaplan, Katie Dell Kaufman, Peter Kephart, Joan Konkel, Chris Malone, Anne Marchand, Joey Manlapaz, Michela Mansuino, Michelle Marcello, Donna McCullough, Bill Mead, Davis Morton, Carol Newmyer, Joan Samworth, Ron Schwerin, Sica, Ellen Sinel, Karen Starika, Paula Stern, Bradley Stevens, Charles Taube, Paul Martin Wolff, Kenneth Wyner, Joyce Zipperer and many more, check the website for a current list of artists. 

To view works in the exhibit                  
202-783-2963    art[at]   

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