Current Exhibits at Brookland

Todas Las Manos

A 5 panel public art project commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the deaths of former Chilean Ambassador Orlando Letelier and co-worker Ronni Karpen Moffitt in Washington DC on September 21, 1976 Todas las Manos translates as “All the Hands.” It is a refrain from the famous poem, ‘La Muralla” by Cuban poet Nicolás Guillén.

Pictured:  Mural #3 - Francisco Letelier, Detail of Todas Las Manos, 2016
Mixed media on canvas, 8’ x 10’.

For more information on the mural, click here to download a brochure


Elva Anderson

Elva _ ART
July 2017 – November 2017
I find the use of using recycled materials to be healing, hopeful, and resourceful. I have studied different systems of knowledge and I do my best to incorporate various teachings my art as I continue to evolve as an artist.

As an artist I express myself best through rhythm. It is through the movement and the pause, I give of myself.

Pictured: Bits of Bearden
Mixed Media 36”x 27”
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Persist - BrooklandJuly 2017 – October 2017
Busboys and Poets, The Zenith Gallery and Lake Research Partners launch RESIST - a nationally juried showcase of images from movemements of resistance around the world.  RESIST honors current resistance movements captivating the globe.  Professional artists were invited to submit works that interpret and reflect the state of our world today.  These images not only reflect the movements, but are also acts of protest in their own right.

Philip Hazard
Neon and Mixed Media
(Silkscreen & Acrylic)
18” x 18” x 3”
For more information on RESIST, please contact Zenith Gallery at