Dk Gallery’s Valentine’s show celebrates beauty of human body
by Sally Litchfield
February 26, 2014 01:06 AM | 1672 views | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Earlier this month, dk Gallery opened its February show celebrating figural works of art in honor of Valentine’s Day. The gallery kicked off its 2014 show schedule with the 6th Annual Romance of the Nude and Figure Show featuring painters Helen DeRamus, Holly Irwin, Kristopher Meadows and introducing sculptor Kevin Chambers. The event afforded art lovers a chance to meet the featured artists while enjoying an evening of contemporary fine art and live music.

Among the full house were Ray and Becky Buday, Joanne and Stewart Campbell, Donna Colebeck, Lynn Colston, Julie and Jim Edwards, Mallory and David Farmer, Lars and Eric Finderup, Jan Galt, Karen Gillespie, Bruce Gillette, Susan Hedrick, Lisa and Ingi Jonsson, Rebecca and Dave Koch, Susan Lewter, Mazi Mazloom, Laura and Dave Moeller, Lisa and Chris Mowry, Catherine and Max McGee, Joan and Donny Page, Nancy Petrone, Dana Poor, Tracy Rathbone, Jill Sinclair, Johnny Sinclair, Alice Summerour, Professor Joe Thomas, Meaghan Timko, Trapp and Peter Tischner, Karen and Keith West, Kit and Bill Willingham, and Jim Zumpano,

dk Gallery is 25 West Park Square. Donna Krueger is the gallerista. Visit or call (770) 427-5377.


Last week, The Rotary Club of North Cobb donated two Promethean Active Tables for special needs classrooms at Kennesaw Mountain High School and McClure Middle School. The North Cobb Rotarians secured a $10,000 grant from the Rotary District 6900 and added an additional $2,000 to make it all happen for the special needs students.

The dedication was at Kennesaw Mountain High School and at McClure Middle School in Ms. Fasulo’s room.


Calling all actors! Polk Street Players announces open, non-equity auditions for the very delightful comedy “At First Sight” by Anne Pie, which shows that romantic events can involve the more mature of us. This also means that acting opportunities are provided for actors of all ages!

Auditions are March 10 and 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. with cold readings from the script. Resumes and headshots are not required. Performances are May 9 to 24 in the Stellar Cellar Theatre at St. James’ Episcopal Church, 161 Church St. Casting is for one woman in her 60s to 70s, two women in their 40s to 50s, one man in his 40s to 50s, one man in his 20s and one woman in her 20s.

Parking is available off Polk Street, just behind the Church - enter by the courtyard gate and follow signs. For more information, contact the director at or visit

Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.
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