January 10 - February 3,
Cavadonga Leyva Dance of Death 3 by Ted Kliman
Flag with Cow by Leo Twiggs
– Ringing in the New Year, Zenith displays new works in its January showcase,
juxtaposed with pieces from the LOWCOUNTRY: Art of South Carolina show, which
was featured in December and has been extended by popular demand.
making their Zenith Gallery debut, Spanish painter Cavadonga Sarragua Leyva and
Washington area artist Ted Kliman add a classical, almost timeless, viewpoint to
the gallery repertoire. Both excellent painters and draftsmen, they explore the
human form in unique and interesting ways.
of Madrid, Leyva has exhibited her works throughout Spain and in Lebanon, Egypt
and the United States. Leyva has painted official portraits of several
ministers of the Spanish Government as well as the grandson of Spain’s Royal
Family. She holds a MA in painting, drawing and engraving from Escuela de
Bellas Artes in Madrid and Granada.
paintings, drawings and prints have been shown in galleries and public spaces
throughout the Midwest and mid-Atlantic regions, and can be found in
approximately 200 private collections. A longtime resident of Greenbelt,
Maryland, he holds an MFA from the Maryland Institute of Art.
the LOWCOUNTRY show are Jonathan Green, Leo Twiggs, Diane Britton Dunham,
Cassandra Gillens, Susan Graber, Arianne King Comer, Herman Leonhardt,
Marguerite Middleton and Jane Spratt.
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Street NW, Washington DC 20004
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Verizon Center or Yellow/Blue to Navy Memorial
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Saturday: 11am-7pm, Sunday: noon-5pm
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Now in its 30th Year, Zenith is recognized
nationally for breaking new ground with an ever-changing, eclectic mix of
high-quality contemporary artworks that interest, stimulate and amuse. A member
of the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington, Zenith places art by
established and emerging talent in public, residential and corporate