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Yum Yum's & Friends - adventures for creatives. A social group for artists and creative people is hosting a brunch on March 23 at 11:30 am at District Commons at 2200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington DC 20037 Cost is $36.00 To Reserve Your Seat go to www.yumyumsandfriends.com Even though the neighborhood of Foggy Bottom seems to be over shadowed by the John F. Kennedy Center, and commercial businesses there are many smaller intimate locations where you can go to enjoy art. These locations include embassies, national political associations, heritage museums, galleries, auditoriums, and museums. It is worth the time to investigate to find these hidden jewels. So I would like us to gathering today to visit this neighborhood, and have American style cuisine. The brunch menu includes several items that look delicious as either breakfast or lunch or even better both! Crispy Flatbreads From the Hearth has your choice of Lox & Bagel, and Ham & Eggs. Eggs Benedict Country Fried Steak Shrimp & Grits Omelet Louisian North Carolina Mountain Trout
YumYumsandFriends posted a topic in District ArtsYum Yum's & Friends is Hosting a gallery visit and pizza lunch on April 5th at 11:30 am Addison/Ripley Gallery located at 1670 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007 Cost: $10.00 Follow this link to sign uphttp://www.yumyumsandfriends.com/ This gallery is the first one in our series of gallery visits. You cannot mention Washington, D.C.'s art gallery scene without naming this gallery. As a presenter of contemporary art, drawing, photography, and challenging art work in expansive exhibits throughout the years, the gallery has earned its place as a top-notch art gallery. They also offer to private and corporate clients services of art acquisition and sale and consultant. Since 1986, the gallery has been an active member of the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington. Featured Artist Nancy Sansom Reynolds she is a world renowned contemporary sculpture. She creates minimal, abstract sculptures from laminated plywood, cast bronze, resign, and aluminum. Her sculptures have been displayed throughout the United States, Europe, Asian, and Africa. Her work is great to study if you use dynamic shapes in your art. Her technique is to first create a design by using architectural computer program to produce a layout. She next takes separate pieces of material, and layers them on top of each other. After the gallery visit we will walk up the street to Ledo pizza, where you will be treated to pizza and soda drinks. This pizza is has both high quality with generous toppings. Anyone who is a connoisseur of pizza will appreciate the handmade dough with generous toppings.