Zenith Gallery Presents:


Variety Is The Spice of Life!

Featuring: Richard Binder, William Ludwig, Julie Girardini, Carol Newmyer, Margery Goldberg,

Aaron Laux, Todd Warner, Larry Ringgold, Stephen Hansen, Chris Malone, Ibou N’Diaye,

Paul Martin Wolff, Gloria Kirk, and Gavin Sewell

At The Sculpture Space at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC 20004


Show Dates: May 4 – September 9, 2017

Meet the Artists Reception: Wednesday, May 17, 5:00-8:00 PM


READ REVIEW in the Washington Post   


                           l-r:  Dogon Horseman by Ibou N’Diaye, Becoming Yourself by Gavin Sewell, Water Pathway by Aaron Laux,
by Paul Martin Wolff,
and Roots and Wings by Carol Newmyer


            l-r:  Him by Chris Malone,  Nikola’s Dream  by Julie Girardini, He She Tree by Margery E. Goldberg,  Engaged by Richard Binder, 
Giraffe by Todd Warmer, and Woman with Polished Helmet by William Ludwig

Zenith Gallery invites you to come experience an adventure in artistic creativity.  Artistic elements collide at the Presidential Building, at the 1111 Sculpture Space, which we have had the honor to curate for over a decade. A kaleidoscope of artist’s come together representing multitudes of artistic medium, creating a mini version of our flagship gallery on Iris Street.  From traditional West African wood carving, to mixed media collage painting, to fabricated steel, we have cultivated a true smorgasbord of artist’s excellence!

Zenith’s founder and owner, Margery Goldberg, leads the exhibition as an expert wood fabricator and carver by shining a light on this medium that is experiencing a new wave of extraordinary wood sculptors.  Continuing in her path are wood sculptors Aaron Laux, who’s wood sculpture retains the original bark while adds mosaic to the medium. Ibou N’Diaye with his 1000’s of years of traditional African Sculpture to draw from, he tells the story of the life of the Dogon’s of his motherland and Larry Ringgold, who relies on mother natures wrath to have her way with fallen tree branches and he puts them together to form animal and human forms that defy conventional wisdom of what is possible; each creating a new perspective on the traditional craft.  Metal sculptors, Richard Binder, Julie Girardini, William Ludwig, Carol Newmyer, and Paul Martin Wolff who show the vast difference in the way artists use metal by fabricating, casting, adding other material like glass rocks, they create human, abstract, spiritual, animal and traditional sculpture.  Mixed media artists Stephen Hansen, Gloria Kirk, Chris Malone, Gavin Sewell, and Todd Warner combine unusual materials and ideas in their art which ranges from humor to tribal creations and much in between. Each artist showcases their own experiences and backgrounds in their art, giving this colorful exhibit a unique and original feel. Our sampling of sculptures, textile, and mixed media art assures there is truly something for everyone.


                           Egungung Masquerade by Gloria Kirk                 The Receptionist  by Stephen Hansen                     Pony Tail by Larry Ringgold



              Homage to Vince  by Larry Ringgold                                                                         Twilight’s Last Gleaming by Gavin Sewell


Exhibit on Display:
Meet the Artists Reception:
Gallery Hours:

   1111 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, WDC 20004
    May 4 - September 9, 2017
    Wednesday, May 17, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
    Margery Goldberg, 202-783-2963,
    Monday– Friday, 8 am - 7 pm Saturday 8 am - 4 pm 

                                                                                                          (On Saturday Enter on 12th St. NW DC 20004; Knock and a guard will let you in.)

Now celebrating 39 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 also curates rotating exhibits at the
Eleven Sculpture Space at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, WDC 20004