Sunday, June 29, 2008


"Reincarnations" is an exhibition of art created from found objects and recycled materials. It was curated by art collectors Linda and Steve Krensky. It opens with a reception to meet the artists on Wednesday, July 23, 5:30-8:30pm at Zenith Gallery's Alternative Space (located at 1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in DC); it runs through Sept. 28, 2008.

The artists chosen by the Krenkys are:

Grif Bates, Chuck Baxter, Adam Bradley, Chris Bransome, Melissa Burley, Carolyn Cates, Scott Cawood, Randall Cleaver, Lee Connah, our own Rosetta DeBerardinis, Laura Dixon, Roger Doyle, Kristin Eager, Ed Gross, Jason Higgins, Andrew Krieger, SuAnne Lasher, Ara Laughlin, Susan Makara, Forrest McCluer, Bodil Meleney, Bogdan Miscevic, Elizabeth Morisette, John Pack, Jane Petit, Caitlin Phillips, George Sakkal, Rima Schulkind, Irma Spencer, Brad Taylor, Erwin Timmers, Mariano Perez Vivanco, Jodi Walsh, and Will Winton.

Commenting on the exhibit, the Krenskys said, “For the most part, we chose the pieces based on the artists’ unusual interpretations and ability to create art from rather ordinary materials. Some of the pieces are beautiful, some amuse and others amaze.”

Mysteries in Richmond

Sheila Giolitti Mysteries: New Work by Sheila Giolitti at Red Door Gallery in Richmond, VA opened this last Friday and if you are in the area you should check out Sheila's work.

In the last fair that we did in NYC earlier month, we sold about a dozen of her paintings.

Go see this show.