Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 28, 2007
Ed Chasen is celebrating the opening of the largest contemporary art gallery in Washington D.C. with a Grand Opening Gala April 14, 2007. Ed Chasen Fine Art displays over 200 paintings in the Georgetown gallery collection along with exquisite sculpture and glass Objects d' Art. Along with continual rotation of shows and artists to keep collectors coming back for something fresh, the gallery prides itself on nothing less than excellent customer service. Current clientele includes collectors and lovers of art from all over the world.
Ed Chasen is no newcomer to the art industry with over 15 years experience and a vast knowledge of the genre. The gallery reflects his deep passion and commitment in guiding each individual to find their personal meaning in every thought provoking artwork.
Mr. Chasen's passion for fine art is the driving force behind his commitment to ensuring that his gallery offers diverse art objects that appeal to the varied tastes of his customers. It is his hope that everyone who walks through the gallery doors will feel the love and warmth the souls of the paintings within exude.
A world-class gallery specializing in exquisite fine art, Ed Chasen Fine Art is located in picturesque Georgetown near the Four Season's Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, The National Cathedral, Georgetown University, the Washington Harbor, the Kennedy Center, and the White House. The neighborhood is celebrated for its social pleasures and style and is widely known for its historic charm, exquisite fine dining, fabulous shopping and architecture of historical significance - all frequented by visitors, celebrities, travelers and diplomats from all over the world.
Among the artists represented in the gallery is the internationally renowned sculptor Shray, one of only two artists to garner the highest distinction of "Excellent Works" in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Design Competition.
Other artists include Joanne Miller Rafferty, Tyka, Hessam, Jody Wright, Klaus Strubel, Gloria Coker, Jane Bazinet, Natalie Levine, Susan & Kelly Nolan, John Horejs, Carl Wright, JB Berkow, Cheryl Anderson, Brian Davis, Kurt Larisch, Linda Larisch, Maxim, Garmash, Sabzi, Tricia May, Mostafa Keyhani, Mahin, glass artists Brendan Kager and Caleb Nichols and many more.
The red carpet Opening Gala April 14, 2007 will have government officials and diplomats in attendance along with the Greater Washington, D.C. Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony from 6-10 pm. Celebrants will meet and mingle with 12 of the gallery's most distinguished artists and interact with the area's most elite art lovers and collectors. The skylights, food, wine and live jazz band will enhance the nights' festivities and provide the perfect environment for collectors to both enjoy and purchase art.
For more information contact:
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Tuesday-Thursday 10 am- 5 pm
Friday and Saturday 10 am-9 pm
Sundays 12 pm-5 pm
Closed Mondays and Holidays
And appointments readily available