6 Adah Rose Gallery
3766 Howard Ave Kensington MD, 20895
Hours: Thurs-Sun 12-5:30 and delighted to open additional hours by appointment and more.
301-922-0162, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
June 10-August 25
Change is in the air. Summer is a time to embrace the new, spend time outdoors and shake things up a little bit. At Adah Rose Gallery we will be rotating our exhibits every three weeks and invite guest artists to participate as well as gallery artists. Shows will be curated by current and former interns and visitors to the gallery. We want to keep it exciting, dynamic and challenge the way we view art in our space. It will be an exciting summer of ART.
Sarah Purvey, Gabe Brown, Sheila Giolitti, Ann Stoddard, Lisa Rosenstein, Alexandra Chiou, Edward Holland, Jackie Hoysted, Mary Freedman, Megan Peritore, Emily Pettigrew, Mary Early, Bart O’Reilly, Jonathan Ottke, Greg Minah, Mary Higgins, Isabel Manalo and Eve Hennessa.
9 American Center for Physics Gallery
One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD(301) 209-3125.
Open Mon-Fri 9-5, www.acp.org.
Earth Bound: sculptures by Jessica Beels, photographs by Michael Collier, and paintings by Andrea Huppert, thru October 20.
7 Betty Mae Kramer Gallery
Silver Spring Civic Building, One Veterans Place, Silver Spring, MD 20910, Mon-Fri., 9 AM to 9 PM
8 Columbia Art Center Galleries
6100 Foreland Garth, Columbia
(410) 730-0075. Mon-Thurs 9:30am-9:30pm, Fri 9:30am-9pm, Sat 9:30am-5pm, Sun noon-5pm. email@example.com
ARTrospective Ceramic Exhibit Celebrating Columbia’s 50th Birthday, May 18 – June 25.
In this retrospective exhibition, a variety of ceramics works created by instructors and students of Columbia Art Center since its creation in the early 1970s will be featured. A panel discussion with some of the ehixibiting artists, titled New Technology in an Age-Old Art, will be held on Monday, June 5, 7-8:30pm, free of charge.
2 The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center
40 South Carroll Street, Frederick,
301-698-0656. Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 11-5.
Located on the banks of Carroll Creek Linear Park in historic downtown Frederick, this award-winning art center offers three floors of studios and galleries. A 40,000 square-foot flagship of the arts, the Delaplaine Arts Center features five exhibit spaces showcasing local, regional, and national artists.
us in the galleries for talks by exhibiting artists, Delaplaine instructors, and special guests every First Saturday as we enhance our understanding and appreciation of art! All ages welcome.
June 3: Speakers: Nick Hutchings, 2016 National Juried Exhibit Award Winner .
July 1: Bernard Dellario, President of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters, will speak about the history of the venerable organization.
August 5: Lee Newman discusses artists “over 70” .
Art Matters: Conversations on Art & Wine: Friday at 3pm: Our “Conversations on Art & Wine” series led by Le sa Cook and Lee Newman continues ! Engage in lively discussions about art while enjoying wine pairings courtesy of our friends at Spin the Bottle Wine Company. Open to adults 21 and older. FREE.
June 9: Man with the Cat (Henry Sturgis Drinker, 1898) by Cecelia Beaux • Lesa Cook.
July 7: Guernica (1937) by Pablo Picasso.
Lee Newman August 11, Self-portrait with Beret (1655) by Rembrandt • Lee Newman.
National Juried Exhibit. Juror: Laura Augustin, Curatorial Assistant at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, thru June 18. Works in a variety of media.
Don James, through June 25 – Order from Chaos, Digital c-prints.
Elaine Fleck, June 3 – July 15. A Textured World, Fabric and oil paintings.
Ann Boyer, June 3 – July 23. Felted Landscapes, Fiber art.
Washington Society of Landscape Painters, June 24 – July 30, Works in a variety of media.
Lucile Kerns, July 1 – August 20, Life: Simply Beautiful, Watercolors.
Diane Suttenfield, August 5 – 27, Paintings.
The Over 70 Show, August 5 – 27, Watercolors, Works in a variety of media.
Kim Llerena, August 5 – October 22. Photographs of the American West.
10 Harmony Hall Regional Center Gallery
10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, 803. Open M-Fri 8:30 am- 7:45 pm, Sat 10 am-2 pm. All exhibitions and receptions are free public events. 301.203.6070.
Maria Santiago – A Geometric and Color Encounter, June 5-July 28. Argentinean-born artist, Maria Santiago, is an abstract geometric painter that uses various media such as oil, canvas, burlap and collage to emphasize texture and color. Her cut paper collages are organized with squares, triangles, circles, straight and curved lines to form harmonious and balanced spaces.
8 Howard Community College Horowitz Center for Visual & Performing Arts
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia,
June 10-July 18:
Rouse Company Gallery: Art – Culture – Community, the heART of Columbia. Columbia’s 50th Anniversary exhibition.
The Department Gallery: Art from Sister Cities.
August 24 – October 8:
Rouse Company Gallery: Al Zaruba.
The Department Gallery: Paula Behm-Windle.
7 King Street Gallery, Montgomery College Takoma Park/Silver Spring
The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Arts Center, 930 King St, Silver Spring
240-567-5821. Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm:
King Street Gallery & Open Gallery: Thru Sept 1: Juried Student Exhibition.
2 Media Arts Gallery Montgomery College Rockville
Lower Level, Tech Center, 51 Mannakee St
Mon–Wed, 10 am–6 pm, Thur, 10 am–8 pm, Friday, 10 am–1 pm. 240-567-7521.
Thru June 23: Graphic Design and Illustration Student Exhibition.
5 Montpelier Arts Center
9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel (4 mi. from Beltway exit), (301) 377-7800. Open 7 days/week, 10-5
June 3-25: Resident Artist Gallery: Lori Ulmer-Hanson’s exquisite forms exemplify her artistic expression, which evokes strong emotions. Working in diverse media including hand-sculpted raku clay, wood, stone, and metal sculptures, she recently has added acrylic paintings and welding to her portfolio. The female form is a dominant theme, as she captures beauty and elegance in unique and compelling representations.
Main Gallery, June 9 – July 29: The 36th annual Montpelier Invitational Sculpture Exhibition.
June 9 – July 29: Fran Abrams, Library Gallery.At first, Abrams’s pieces suggest the fluidity of fabric, but are actually polymer clay. A man-made substance, polymer clay begins as blocks of solid-colored clay-like material that doesn’t need water to soften. Unlike clay from the earth, polymer clay can be blended like paint. Math and geometry also play a large role in his work as baked clay shapes must fit together on the canvas. Abrams revels in the math required to create this art combining both left- and right-brain experiences.
July 1-30: Barry Goldstein, Resident Artist Gallery. After a career running an accounting recruitment agency in DC, Goldstein sold his business to pursue art. He juried into the Copyist Program at the NGA in Washington. He learned directly from the Masters by copying the works of Raphael, Rembrandt, Bellows, and Twachtman. Studying figure drawing, painting, and sculpting with distinguished artists, Goldstein developed skills with materials and techniques, explored new creative processes, and began to see our physical and non-physical world anew.
2 Montgomery College Rockville
Sarah Silberman Art Gallery
Paul Peck Art Building, second floor
51 Mannakee Street, Rockville
(240) 567-5115. Mon-Fri 10-4:
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