Redding opens first solo D.C. art show

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 25, 2005, Midnight - Author, nationally syndicated radio personality and Editor & Publisher of today begins his first solo art show in Washington, D.C. 

    Rob Redding will exhibit his "Smear" painting's in his "Black Show 2005" at Skewers in the District until the end of February. The show, which includes a series of seven black psychedelic swirls, will officially begin with a wine reception on Feb. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. 

    "The Black Show" has already been on view twice in Atlanta in August and February. He recently placed seventh on well known art collector Philip Barlow's pick list while participating in the District's mammoth group show "Artomatic 2004." 

    His artwork was also included in "Art House," an independent movie filmed at "Artomatic 2004."

    Redding, now represented in Europe and Canada by Classic Art House located in Brussels Belgium, will once again tout his newly developed style of Smear Painting ( or   

    Redding's news program "Redding News Review" is syndicated in 13 states.  He also runs, 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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