1 C. Grimaldis Gallery
523 N. Charles St, (410) 539-1080.
Tues-Sat 10am – 5:30 pm.
Carol Frost, Shifting Light, thru December 31.
Dates subject to change, call or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Goya Contemporary
3000 Chestnut Avenue, Mill Centre, #214, 410-366-2001, Fax: 410-235-8730. Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5:30 pm, Sat by appt, 12 – 5 pm. Call to verify holiday hours.
Jo Smail: Leaning Over the Edge of the Moon, Nov 19 – January 28.
Stevenson University Galleries
Art Gallery and St. Paul Companies Pavilion, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD, (443) 352-4491
All galleries open Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 11 am-5 pm; Thurs. 11 am-8 p.m; Sat. 1 pm-4 pm, www.stevenson.edu
Art Gallery: Painting in Circles, Kevin Labadie, through Dec. 18. Kevin Labadie’s painting, installations, and sculpture have been exhibited internationally as well as throughout the mid-Atlantic region and he has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants. Labadie packs his work with an eye to salvaging the elusive gems laid in the path of the daily journey and he arranges his collections to draw a perpetual sense of narrative out of the material.
St. Paul Companies Pavilion:
We Are One in Fashion, Dec 4 – Jan 15. Stevenson University’s Fashion Design program presents We Are One In Fashion, an exhibition of original fashions created by fashion design majors inspired by the traditional clothing of Japan, Egypt, England, Greece, India, Morocco, and Spain.
School of Design Gallery: Baltimore Help Portrait, thru Jan. 9. Help-Portrait is a community of photographers around the world that comes together to use their photography skills to give back to their local communities. Each December, Baltimore-area photographers and Stevenson students photograph those in need who wouldn’t normally have access to professional photography. The pictures are printed and given free of charge. Often these images are the only pictures a person has had in decades or that a family may have together. The exhibition showcases a selection of the portraits from past years, demonstrating the Help-Portrait’s motto, “A picture is worth.”