Sometimes an artist’s only customer during an entire show would be Alice Denney herself. She gleefully concedes that much of her own strong collection came from those shows that wouldn’t sell. In 1961, when the members decided to disband their non-profit cooperative, Alice went on to involve herself in other local art events. She helped initiate the Washington Gallery of Art…

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The Washington Post
By Jean Lawlor

Published on September 21, 1969