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Exhibit Reception: Art Maryland 2012
Art Maryland has long been one of the premier juried showcases for Maryland's visual artists. Art Maryland 2012 features work selected from nearly 470 entries submitted by 169 artists working in a wide variety of styles and mediums.
Juror Philippa Hughes, Founder and Chief Creative Contrarian of the Pink Line Project in Washington, DC, chose work with a clean, contemporary aesthetic, gravitating to photography and sculpture. Selected artists include: Fran Abrams, Ralph Baney, Kyle Bauer, Ronald Brown, Warren Chambers, Ed Charest, Travis Childers, Sara Dittrich, Annie Farrar, Karen Lynn Gray, Zachary Handler, Courtnee Hawkins, Eric Johnson, Penny Knobel-Besa, Cheryl MacLean, Hyeseung Marriage-Song, Diana Marta, Shelley Meredith-Cooper, Lindsay Rowinski, Daniel Rozmiarek, Charles Sessoms, Anthony Stellaccio, Robert Tennenbaum, Kristoffer Triplaar, Regina Tumasella, John Viles, Sarah Wegner, and Elizabeth Whiteley.
Art Maryland 2012 is on view from October 26 – December 14. Reception is free and open to the public and is a great opportunity to meet and talk with a diverse group of artists from across the state.
More About Howard County Center for the Arts
The Howard County Center for the Arts is a place for visitors to see exhibits and performances, and to take classes and hear lectures on arts and artists.
The Center is overseen by the Howard County Arts Council, which sponsors events and initiatives aimed at strengthening and growing the arts in Howard County. To that end, the Council awards grants and scholarships and sponsors numerous programs.
Other events here
- Resident Visual Artists Exhibit 2013 & Beyond the Surface Daily,
- KINDNESS WORKS: An American Visionary Art Museum Outreach Exhibit Daily,
- Woodblock Printing with Amanda Gordon Miller Sat, Jun 8, 10:00 am–4:00 pm
- Exhibit Reception: Resident Visual Artists Exhibit 2013 & Beyond the Surface Thu, Jun 20, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
- Exhibit Reception: Paint It! Ellicott City 2013 Mon, Jul 15, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm