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Food Glorious Food III

Diversity: Think Globally. Eat Locally. 

Presented by The Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF)

in collaboration with Zenith Gallery and the Capital Area Food Bank


November 8 November 25, 2007

2008 Calendar Charity Event: Thursday, November 8, 6-10pm




                      “Angeles de los Tapas”   Shelley Laffal    oil on canvas             “Viaggiatori Apassionati #3”    Michela Mansuino    oil on canvas



Bert Beirne     Renee duRocher     Robert Freeman     Brenda Gordon     Stephen Hansen     Philip Hazard   

Sophia Gawer-Fische     Robert C. Jackson     Shelley Laffal     Michela Mansuino     Joey Manlapaz

Davis Morton     Ron Schwerin     Cassie Taggart     James Tormey     Ken Wyner


Now in its third year, the Food Glorious Food Show serves up an eclectic menu of paintings, sculpture and photographs depicting food in all its fabulous forms.  Cooked up by Zenith Gallery, the Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF) and the Capital Area Food Bank, the show’s mix of food, art and charity is a recipe that pleases the palates of art patrons and food aficionados, while raising money for the food bank through the sale of original art, a calendar showcasing pieces from the show, Giclée prints of select art from the calendar and a charity event. 


The theme of the show is Diversity: Think Globally. Eat Locally., and as in past years, its artworks will be featured in the Food Glorious Food 2008 Calendar, along with recipes contributed by top area chefs.  The calendar will be available for a minimum donation of $15 at the locations listed below, with all proceeds going to the food bank. 


Opening Event – The Zenith Community Arts Foundation will launch the show and calendar at Zenith Gallery on Thursday, November 8.  Highlights of the evening will include a silent auction, dishes prepared by participating chefs and an international wine tasting.  Tickets to the popular event, benefiting the Capital  Area Food Bank, are $50 per person or $90 per couple.  They can be purchased by calling 202-783-2963.


Address:         Zenith Gallery, 413 Seventh Street NW, Washington DC 20004

Metro: Red/Yellow/Green to Verizon Center or Yellow/Blue to Navy Memorial



Hours:            Tuesday-Friday: 11am-6 pm, Saturday: 11 am-7 pm, Sunday: noon-5 pm


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Calendars:     Available at Zenith Gallery, the Capital Area Food Bank (, Politics and Prose, Bridge Street Books and other locations for a minimum donation of $15.



Contact:         For more information and high-quality images, contact Judith Keyserling at 202-726-1627 or



The Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF): Established by Margery E. Goldberg in 2000, ZCAF is the non-profit division of Zenith Gallery, committed to arts advocacy, collaboration and using art to benefit community.  Among ZCAF’s most successful projects is the annual Food Glorious Food project, which has raised more than $30,000, to date, for the Capital Area Food Bank.  New projects in 2007 include the September traveling exhibition of The Freedom Place Collection at Zenith Gallery, featuring privately owned works by artists Romare Bearden, Benny Andrews, Alma Thomas, Robert Freeman and Richard Yarde; and the recent launch of What Remains: The American Landscape, a program to benefit environmental nonprofits through the sale of Giclée prints of Brad Stevens’ magnificent paintings.  The first beneficiary of the project is the Trust for Public Land.


Zenith Gallery:  Recognized for three decades for its varied selection of abstract, contemporary and realism paintings and sculpture, Zenith Gallery has been placing art in public, residential and corporate collections throughout the Washington metropolitan area, nationally and internationally.  Zenith Gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington, and Zenith founder Margery E. Goldberg serves as its treasurer. 


The Capital Area Food Bank is the largest public, nonprofit food and nutrition education resource in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. Last year the Capital Area Food Bank distributed 20 million pounds of food through more than 700 partner agencies in the region.  In Washington, D.C. 1 in 2 school age children is at risk of hunger; in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties, 1 in 5; and in Northern Virginia, 1 in 6.  In partnership with our member agencies, the CAFB helps nourish children, seniors and families in need.  The Capital Area Food Bank has served the National Capital Region for 27 years.  For more information, visit



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