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Description of Pictures: Selections from the Artery Collection
September 4-December 16, 2018
The Artery Organization Collection was conceived as a corporate collection in the early 1980s to support Washington-area artists and enhance the real estate offices of the company in Artery Plaza, the first large building in Bethesda. CEO Henry H. Goldberg and his wife, artist Carol Brown Goldberg, worked with curators and galleries to ensure the broadest possible outreach and diversification of artistic styles. The energy reflected in the variety of art chosen over two plus decades captures the spirit and inspiration of the Washington art world of the 1970s and 1980s and reflects the cooperation of artists, dealers, and collectors. The Artery Collection is the largest private assemblage of Washington-area artists.
Works in the collection were curated by Annie Gawlak, Linda Lichtenberg Kaplan, Vivienne M. Lassman, James Mahoney, and Andrea Pollan.
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KATART_181110_310.JPG: Jacob Kainen
Argosy XXVII, 1983
KATART_181110_317.JPG: Gene Davis
KATART_181110_322.JPG: Jiha Moon
Spectro Park, 2005
KATART_181110_326.JPG: Hilary Daley Hynes
Astrological Chart of Carol Brown Goldberg, 1997
KATART_181110_333.JPG: Hilary Daley Hynes
Astrological Chart of Henry Goldberg, 1997
KATART_181110_349.JPG: Lisa Scheer
KATART_181110_354.JPG: Robert Stackhouse
On the Beach Again, 1985
KATART_181110_358.JPG: Tazuko Ichikawa
Madichi III, 1989
KATART_181110_363.JPG: Bill Hill
Night by Silent Sailing Night, 2002-2007
KATART_181110_368.JPG: David Driskell
Broken Chair, 2009
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