Annapolis

Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Art Gallery

St. John’s College Campus, Mellon Hall, 60 College Ave., (410) 626-2556. Tues-Sun 12-5, Fri 6:45-7:45 pm

www.sjc.edu/mitchellgallery.com.

St. John’s College Community Art Exhibition 2017, April 30 – May 14.

This annual exhibition is a diverse collection of ceramics, paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, textiles, and photographs that elegantly represents the artistic talent of our St. John’s community.

Image & Imagination: Anne Arundel County Juried Exhibition 2017, May 23 – June 11.

The Mitchell Gallery is pleased to present this juried, multi-media biennial exhibition of artists who live or work in Anne Arundel County. Works created in diverse media within the last two years will be on display and features both two-and three-dimensional artwork. Christopher With, educator (retired) National Gallery of Art and current president of The Washington Print Club, is the exhibition juror. Cash prizes for Best in Show, Best Two-Dimensional and Best Three-Dimensional.

2 Maryland Federation of Art Circle Gallery

18 State Circle,  410-268-4566
Tuesday thru Sunday 11am – 5pm
www.mdfedart.com

Circle Gallery:

This show includes 67 different works from artists representing 11 different states.

Holley Gallery:

Moods of India: Photography by Marti Belcher. May 3-17. A solo show by MFA artist Marti Belcher, featuring photography highlighting the dynamic nature of India.

MFA at Alternative Locations:

Paul’s Homewood Cafe:

Rebecca Grace, mixed media collage, thru May 21. Textures and materials and create a series of layers that reveal the history of each application. A collage may be painted over, scraped off and reapplied.  I use watercolor paper, Thai and Yupo papers, tissue and rice application. A collage may be painted over, scraped off and reapplied.  I use watercolor paper, Thai and Yupo papers, tissue and rice paper with acrylics, inks, chalk and oil pastels, charcoal and colored pencil.

Maryland Federation of Art presents rotating national juried exhibitions, member juried exhibitions, and non-juried opportunities for local artists. MFA is the oldest artist-run organization in Maryland, dedicated to expanding artistic expression and appreciation. Our 550 members organize 20 to 25 juried and non-juried exhibitions each year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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