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Mixed-Media Works Created from Found Objects

July 23 – September 28, 2008
Meet the Artists:  Wednesday, July 23, 5:30-8:30pm

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Grif Bates · Chuck Baxter · Adam Bradley · Chris Bransome ·  Melissa Burley ·  Carolyn Cates ·  Scott Cawood ·  
Renate Chernoff · Randall Cleaver · Lee Connah · Rosanne D'Andrea · Rosetta DeBerardinis · Laura Dixon · Steven Dobbin ·
Roger Doyle · Stephanie Garon Goldberg · Ed Gross · Stephen Hay · Jason Higgins · Jodi · Kristin Eager Killion ·  Katherine Kisa · Andrew Krieger · SuAnne Lasher ·
Ara Laughlin · Susan Makara · Forrest McCluer · Donna McCullough · Bodil Meleny · Bogdan Miscevic ·
Elizabeth Morrisette · John Pack · David Parker · Mariano Perez Vivanco · Jane Pettit · Caitlin Phillips · Judith Pyle ·
George Sakkal · Rima Schulkind · Irma Spencer · Brad Taylor · Erwin Timmers · Will Winton



     ZENITH IN THE ABSTRACT    Paintings & Sculpture



                July 17 – August 30, 2008
             Meet the Artists: Thursday, July 17, 6-9pm
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             John Blee  ·  Christine Hayman  ·  Anne Marchand   ·   David Richardson  ·   Bill Suworoff
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Purchase a Print from What Remains: The American Landscape
Portfolio of Limited-Edition Prints to Benefit the Environment
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"Lees Ridge" by Bradley Stevens


Freedom Place Collection 
Presented by Zenith Community Arts Foundation ZCAF

Select works showing at Congressional Bank
2101 "K" Street, NW   Washington, DC

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   Benny Andrews·  Romare Bearden ·   Robert Freeman ·   Alma Thomas ·   Richard Yarde  

The prominent artists whose work is represented in The Freedom Place Collection are separated artistically by the individuality of their creativity and process, yet linked by the African-American experience and heritage, a powerful wellspring of inspiration that has uniquely nurtured and enriched their art.

The Freedom Place Collection is owned by Washington residents Stuart Bloch and Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, who started collecting African-American Artists 35 years ago while living in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  The Bloch's are sponsoring the ZCAF exhibition.





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