WASHINGTON, DC – December 14, 2013
The Powerful Strokes of Robert Freeman
Dates: January 10- March 1, 2014
Robert Freeman is an established artist and has been showing nationally for over 40 years. He is known for his vivid and powerful figurative paintings using large brush strokes. His skillful use of color and gesture are the trademark of Freeman's work and give his art movement and significant personality. Robert Freeman has traditionally focused on the interactions between people and creating characters that tell the story of who they are, throughout the process of the painting.
His work can be seen in major collections, including: the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the National Center for African American Artists, Boston Public Library, Brown University and the DeCordova Museum. His paintings have been exhibited at the Rose Art Museum in Brandeis University, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA. Additionally, Robert Freeman is part of a collection of African American artists called the Freedom Place Collection, joining the ranks with the artists Benny Andrews, Romare Bearden, Alma Thomas, and Richard Yarde.
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Where: Zenith Gallery, 1429 Iris Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20012-1409
Gallery Hours: Open: Fridays, & Saturdays, Noon - 6:00 PM; All other times by appointment
Information: Margery Goldberg, 202-783-2963 firstname.lastname@example.org
Zenith Gallery, 1429 Iris Street, NW, Washington, D.C., 20012-1409
Celebrating 35 years in the nation’s capital, Zenith is recognized for its unique mix of
contemporary art in a wide variety of media, style and subject. The gallery provides high-quality acquisition, art consulting, commissioning, appraisal and framing services, through its gallery/salon/ sculpture garden off 16th Street at 1429 Iris St NW, WDC 20012. Zenith curates rotating exhibits at the Eleven Sculpture Space at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004