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MFA Member Rebecca Myers
Rebecca has an exhibit coming up at the Wiedner University Commonwealth Law School (3800 Vartan Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110) sponsored by the Art Association of Harrisburg. The exhibit opens Mar 1st and runs through May 31st.
MFA Member Kay Fuller
Kay has joined up with Anne Barbieri and Robert Sulkin for an exhibit at the Arts Club in DC (2017 I St NW, Washington, DC 20006). The opening reception will be Mar 4th from 6:30 to 8:30. The exhibit will remain throughout the month of March.
MFA Member Richard Niewerth
Richard recently did an interview with the Severna Park Voice about how art and humans interact. Check out the article here!
MFA Member Wil Scott
Wil’s photo, “Twice the Fun,” has been curated into a show atthe 1650 Gallery in LA called Reflections. The show runs from Feb 20th to Mar 18th.
MFA Member William Peirce
William is one of the artists in the American Craft Council’s retail show at the Baltimore Convention Center, Feb 19th through the 21st. Click here for more info!
MFA Members Jonnie Friedman, Patrice Drago, c. l. bigelow, Kate Horray Osmund, GaIl Higginbotham, Carol Donahue, and Kelly Wynne Conrad
Congratulations to all the MFA members who were recently featured in Annapolis Home Magazine! Check out the issue online here or in your mailbox!
MFA Member Maureen Farrell
Maureen’s piece “Confident” has been accepted into the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts national exhibit For and About Women. The xhibition runs from Feb 27th through Mar 27th with a reception on Mar 4th from 6:00PM to 8:30PM.
MFA Member Janet Maher
Janet has her own exhibition up right now at Hamilton Gallery (5502 Harford Road, Baltimore, 21214) called Janet Maher: Collages, featuring all mixed media work of “anything that has made its way into her studio.” The show runs from now till Feb 28th. Click here for more information!
MFA Member April Rimpo
April had two paintings selected for the North Light’s best of acrylics book, AcrylicWorks 3: Celebrating Textures. Her pieces “Moving Up” and “Struggles in the Southwest” are featured with a synopsis of Rimpo’s textural techniques used in these. The book will be release in April 2016 and available through North Light Books and Amazon.
MFA Member Maureen Farrell
Maureen Farrell’s painting “Moving Forward” has been accepted in the 10th Biennial National Art Exhibition at the Punta Gorda Visual Art Center in Punta Gorda, Florida. The exhibit dates are Jan 29th through Mar 12th.
MFA Members Mary Ellen Geissenhainer
Mary has 2 pieces entered into a invitational exhibit with Strathmore Visual Arts at the Strathmore Mansion (10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda, MD 20852). The show runs from Jan 9th through Feb 21st.
MFA Member Richard Paul Weiblinger
Richard had fourteen of his photos selected for a two person photography exhibition at Marymount University’s Barry Gallery from now till March 4th.
He has also been selected for a juried exhibition called Maryland State of Mind at the Maryland House of Delegates Annapolis from Jan to April.
Richard has been selected for LAG’s 47th Annual Juried Exhibition at the Montpelier Arts Center from March 8th through 27th.
MFA Member April Rimpo
During March, April Rimpo is exhibiting her contemporary figurative paintings as part of Figure Eight Plus One at Touchstone Gallery (901 New York Ave NW, Washington DC). Eight Touchstone Gallery 2D-artists plus one sculptor combine their works to flesh out the human form through photography, paintings ranging from the abstracted to representational, and sculpture.
MFA Member Erin Cassell
Erin is opening his first solo show! The exhibition is made entirely of his tie dye art and runs till Feb 24th at the More than Java Cafe (358 Main Street, Laurel MD).
MFA Member Gail Sims
Gail has a show coming up with four other artists called The Elements in Fiber & Poetry at The San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles (520 So. First Street, San Jose, CA) from Jan 8th through Feb 28th.
When theres something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call?
Call to Artists With Disabilities: Artists Without limits DEADLINE: March 4th
The Anne Arundle County Commission on Disability Issues and the Arts Council of AAC invite county residents with disabilities to submit entries for the exhibition Life in Anne Arundle County. The show runs from Apr 21st through Jun 30th. Click here for more information!
7th Annual FOTA Art Scholarships
Friends of the Arts is pleased to offer two scholarships of $2,500 each for the academic year 2016-2017 to art students permanently residing in Anne Arundel County. Qualified applicants must attend an accredited Maryland school.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the FOTA scholarship committee by e-mail email@example.com or by mail:
P.O. Box 4635
Annapolis, MD 21403
Email the MFA at firstname.lastname@example.org for full rules and application.
Figure Sculpture Co-op at MD Hall
Whether you are interested in traditional or abstract figurative sculpture, join the new Figure Sculpture Co-op. The Co-op provides members with an opportunity to work in a relaxed and collegial environment with a professional figure model using the sculpture medium of their choice.
Models return to their pose for three to five weeks allowing artists to progress towards completion of a single piece or to work on several maquettes. Attendees work with their own materials and tools. No critique or instruction is provided. New to sculpture, returning after a long break, or a working artist, all levels are welcome.
A $10 model fee is collected at each three-hour session. Sign up for the Coop through the Maryland Hall website www.marylandhall.org or in the office on the second floor. For more information, please contact Susan Jurow at email@example.com
January 1 – June 30, 2016
Thursdays, 12:00 – 3:30
Room 116 Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Call to Artists: Annapolis Arts, Crafts, and Wine Festival
June 4th and 5th sees the return of the Annual Arts and Crafts Festival but this time featuring what really draws out consumers of art: wine! The Fair takes place in the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and can host up to 200 booths.