'Art House' film includes editor and publisher's artwork

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 11, 2004, 2 a.m. - Media maverick Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.'s artwork will appear in an  independent film called "Art House."

    Redding's Smear Painting's were included in the film while on display at "Artomatic 2004" in Washington, D.C., from Nov. 12 through Dec. 5. They will appear in final edit of the film to be released in the spring.

    "I was elated to learn about my artwork being included in Art House," said Redding, who attended a screening for portions of the movie in the District last night. "And I am excited about the opportunity to reach so many people through this phenomenal artistic masterpiece."

    At "Artomatic 2004," which featured about 1,000 District artist, Redding was also awarded one of 10 "Pick List" stickers from well-known District art collector Philip Barlow. (View Barlow's Picks List).

    Redding is represented in Europe and Canada by Classic Art House located in Brussels Belgium. 

    He recently showcased 12 Smear painting's in two Atlanta solo shows in August and February. Redding, an Atlanta native living in the District, also exhibited at the Warehouse's "ArtRomp" in the District in May.

    Redding's news program "Redding News Review" is syndicated in all 50 states.  He also runs ReddingNewsReview.com, an online breaking news Web site, which sends more than 35,000 people across the web daily.

    Redding, who began painting at age 12, is also author of Hired Hatred; Why politicians and the political prejudices they tout are mutually exclusive from good government.

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