DC art gallery hosts exhibition in honor of Betty White

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Betty White: Paint-by-NumbersAlive! Work by Rebecca Klemm and Ruth E. Green.

The Zenith Gallery will host an exhibition in honor of the late actress Betty White, who died just before the start of the new year. The exhibit, titled “Betty White Unites”, will open at the location of the Iris Street Gallery – the private home of owner Margery Goldberg – with opening receptions on Friday January 14 and Saturday January 15.

There will be paintings and drawings by nearly 20 local and nationally renowned artists featured in the gallery who will represent the cultural icon. The exhibition will be on view until January 29.

“The Zenith Gallery and our artists want to start the year off with love and positivity by celebrating the life of Betty White,” said Goldberg. “She is loved by everyone, and I believe that through celebrating her life we ​​can be united.”

Here are some of the works of art that will be featured in the gallery:

Betty White: Paint-by-NumbersAlive! Work by Rebecca Klemm and Ruth E. Green.
Troublemaker. Work by Jennifer Wagner.
I’m still here-2022. Artwork by Gavin Sewell.
Golden. Work by Bulsby Duncan.
What a Gal. Artwork by Cheryl Elmo.
Damare Boulanger

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