Brenda M. Gordon

 

Born: Washington DC, December 29, 1959. One of five children and a third generation Washington native.

 

Training:           Montgomery college, Rockville, Md. 1976-1978, Fine Arts & Advertising Design

University of Maryland College Park, MD  1978-1981, Bachelor of Science Fine Arts & Advertising

 

Public Installations:

                  Marriott Corporation, Hershey’s Chocolate World, Hershey PA, 1996

      2500 Square Foot Mural, 22 feet high, Medium Acrylic.

Sutton Place Gourmet, Four Murals Digital Display, Mounted on Sentra, Installed in four locations, Two in Washington DC. Potomac Md. And Baltimore, Md.

Wilson Architecture Beekman Place, Washington DC. 900 square Foot Mural, Medium Acrylic.

 

Private Collections/ Galleries/ Exhibitions (partial listing only)

      Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC, current

Discovery Galleries, North Bethesda, MD, Current

      Marin-Price Gallery, Chevy Chase, MD, Current

      The Hermitage Fine Arts & Antiques, Current

      De’GageMcLean, Va. 1997-1999

Bethesda Art Fair, 1999

      Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fenwick, “Wild Goose Chase” 60” x 36”, 1998

Limited Edition Prints for the 1998 Centennial Grand National Steeplechase Races, Baltimore, MD “Wild Goose Chase”

      New York Art Expo, 1998-1999

      LA Art Expo 1999

Logan Circle Community Association.  Annual Christmas House Tour  1995, 96, 97, 99

Point O’ Woods Art Association Exhibition NY, NY 1997

      St. John Episcopal Church 41st Annual Art Show, Potomac, MD, 1996

      The Choral Arts Society, Washington, DC, 1995

      Meridian Hill International, Washington, DC, 1994

      Sculpture Lulu’s Café, Auger Enterprises, Washington, DC, 1991

      Washington Collectors Society, Washington, DC, 1990

      Mazza Gallery, Bethesda, MD, 1989

 

Awards          ASID, American Society of Interior Designers, Award 1997, Hershey Park

      Mural

      Mame Award, Sully Station and Virginia Run

      Mirm Award, Avenel (best color ad)

      Addy Award Web Sequoia (4 color direct mailer)

 

Senior Art Director/ Designer, Words & Company, Washington, DC 1984-1989

                  Responsible for multi million dollar art production billings.  Worked in

Conjunction with freelance artist, model makers, illustrators, copywriters, photographers and printers. 

      Created, designed and organized projects from start to finish.  Clients

Included: Avenel, Dulles Corner, First American Bank, Kettler Scott, and Library of Congress.