Margery E. Goldberg has been a major player in the Washington, D.C. arts community for more than three decades as an entrepreneur and gallery owner, curator, activist, arts commissioner, guest lecturer, and wood and furniture sculptor. As a gallery owner and entrepreneur, Goldberg founded Zenith Gallery (1978), one of Washington’s foremost galleries, recognized for its striking mix of high-quality contemporary artworks in all media that stimulate and engage. Among Goldberg’s credits as a curator include 450-plus shows, including those for her own gallery as well as traveling exhibitions, multiple Art League shows and more than 100 corporate collections and projects, including major outdoor sculpture. As an artist, Goldberg has created more than 300 pieces of sculptured furniture and neon, now in private and public collections throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. Goldberg received a BA in Fines Arts from George Washington University and studied woodworking, sculpture and silversmithing at the Rochester Institute of Technology where she was later a guest lecturer.