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Richard Paul Weiblinger

Weiblinger is currently exhibiting in, “Building Bridges: Connecting our Global Roots”, is on exhibit through March 30, 2020, where Weiblinger’s pieces “Crystal on Bridge’ and “Ocean Bridge” was selected for inclusion into “Building bridges” sponsored by the City of Gaithersburg, MD.

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“Crystal on Bridge”, by Richard Paul Weiblinger
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“Ocean Bridge”, by Richard Paul Weiblinger

Susan Fine

Susan is currently exhibiting her art at the Gibson Island Art Gallery on Gibson through March 6th.

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“Outburst”, by Susan Fine

J. Li

Li is featured in the upcoming 2-artist exhibition, located at Ormond Memorial Art Museum. This exhibition runs through February 28- Apr 10, 2020, Ormond Memorial Art Museum.

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“Echoes of the Silence”, by J. Li

Enclosed please find an attached image of one of exhibiting paintings. Thank you so much!!!

Sincerely yours,

Linda Popp

Popp is currently showing four sculptures in the Baltimore County Arts Guild “Between The Layers” Exhibit which will be on display through February 21. BCAG, 1101 Maiden Choice Lane, Baltimore, 21229.

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Patrick Sieg

Patrick Sieg won first prize for oil or acrylic painting in the Rockville Art League Juried Winter Show. The show runs through February 21, 2020. On view at Rockville’s a Glenview Mansion.

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“Brass and Plumes”, by Patrick Sieg

Roslyn Racanello 

Racanello was accepted at the Annmarie Gallery, where the juror, Camy Clough, from the National Museum of American History, selected more than 90 works by 70 artists to be a part of this moving and wide-ranged exhibition.

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“21st C. Girl w/a Pearl” by, Roslyn Racanello 

Andy Wohl

Wohl was selected to be on display in “The District” Exhibition at Art Enables in Washington DC. This Exhibition will run through March 16th through May 2nd. The show features art in all media that explore the sights of DC.

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“Georgetown Canal”, by Any Wohl

Paul Tambellini

“CityScapes” Art Exhibition February 2020 LightSpaceTime.Art, This event was an international juried online gallery exhibition. The gallery received 522 submissions from 22 different countries from around the world as well as 24 different states and the District of Columbia. Tambellini was awarded Special Merit Award in Painting & Other categories. The results are posted here.

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“To The Center Into The Cold Berlin”, by Paul Tambellini

MFA Wil Scott

Myrtis Bedolla, the owner of Galerie Myrtis in Baltimore, selected 94 works in many media from nearly 700 submissions. The show runs at the Hill Center until April 18. I was fortunate to have “Phantoms” included in the selections. Opening reception 6:30-8:30, Feb. 5. The exhibition closes on April 18.

For more information click here.

 

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“Phantoms”, by Wil Scott

MFA Chris Fowler

Chris Fowler’s piece “NMAAHC” was accepted into the 2020 Regional Juried Exhibition at the Hill Center Galleries, 921 Pennsylvania Ave, SE, in Washington, DC. The show runs from February 5 through April 18th. The reception is Wednesday, February 5th from 6:30-8:30 PM.

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“NMAAHC”, by Chris Fowler

MFA Jan Kirsh

Kirsh’s online store featuring the first pieces of 3D printed jewelry has gone LIVE.
Each piece has been meticulously designed to represent my sculpture on a smaller scale. It is her hope that the new line appeals to all ages and styles, including anyone who loves fashion, art and the beauty of Mother Nature!

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MFA Jim Mackey

Group Invitational Show at Garage Studios, Invitational with selections of Artist Collaboration. January 31st,2020 – February 29th, 2020. Garage Studios is a great store/gallery leaning toward Outsider Art. The Show opened in conjunction with Franklin County Ice Fest.

Click here for more information.

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“Heaven’s Wind”, by Jim Mackey

MFA Richard Paul Weiblinger

“Sunset Metal Glow” was juried into the UMUC Exhibition Lower Level at the 4th BMRE Biennial art Exhibition presented by the University of Maryland, this exhibition is on March 15, 2020

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“Sunset Metal Glow”, by Richard Paul Weiblinger

MFA April Rimpo

41st Georgia Watercolor Society’s National Exhibition, was Juried this year by Linda Baker, who had the difficult job of jurying 320 submissions to select the works included in this year’s show. Exhibition: March 14 – April 26.

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“In Her Own World”, by April Rimpo

MFA Tim Stephens

Are you ever worried that your art will be damaged while being hung? Or get those last-minute nightmares about your piece falling out of the UPS Truck?
Gallery pouches are an excellent solution. Easy to open, easy to close. They do a wonderful job of protecting against scuffs, scratches, and other incidental injuries when you hand-carry your art. And they make excellent protective liners inside the box when you have to ship work to an event.
However, if you buy these bags online they will be quite expensive. Stephen’s has found a way to make a substitute, here’s what he says below.
“You can buy these pouches online but they are quite expensive. I’ve found that I can make a suitable substitute for far less and in the exact sizes I need with materials available from most home improvement stores: double-sided vapor barrier, bubble-insulation, heavy-duty mirror-mounting tape, and heavy-duty velcro. (Bonus! The mirror finish on the insulation helps to keep your art cool in a hot car and is a great reflector when crossing city streets at night! And it helps to keep the art dry if you’re transporting it in the rain!)
I can also brand my pouches with appropriate adhesive labeling. This makes it easy to match back to the art when gallery staff is packing up at the end of a show. And finally, (if the sale price of the art warrants it) I can include the pouch when delivering art to a buyer, adding yet another touch of quality and care that I believe reflects well on me as an artist and as a business. For me, creating a pouch goes part and parcel with having an image framed for the exhibition. All of the framed work in my inventory either resides in a pouch waiting for the next show or it hangs safely on a wall. (This also lets me respond quickly to last-minute opportunities to put up a display.)”
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MFA Richard Hall 

Hall’s photograph “Uneasy Balance” has been juried into two shows:

2020 Adkins Arboretum Juried Art Show,  Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD.  The show runs Feb. 8 to March 29 with a reception on Feb. 8, 3-5pm.

Borrowed from Our Children a National Juried Exhibition, LibertyTown Arts Workshop, Fredericksburg, VA. The show runs from Feb 6 to Feb 29 with a reception on Feb. 7, 6-8pm.
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“Uneasy Balance”, Richard Hall
MFA Richard Paul Weiblinger
Museum of Fine Arts Washington County, “To The Opening” was accepted for inclusion in the Museum of Fine Arts Washington County, the jurors were Lynn Silverman Maryland Institute of Art Baltimore, MD, and Amy Eva Raehse Director Goya Contemporary Galley Baltimore, MD. February 2 – April 5, 2020, with an opening reception on February 2, 2020, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM.
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“To The Opening”, Richard Paul Weiblinger

MFA April Rimpo

Rimpo is featured in the Missouri Watercolor Society’s 2020 International Exhibition. This exhibition of paintings by 169 watercolor artists from around the globe is hosted at The Barcelona Academy Museum and Art and The European Museum of Contemporary Art (MEAM) in Barcelona, Spain. The juror of selection was Thomas W. Schaller. A four-person panel with judge awards. April 24 – May 30, 2020 with the opening reception and awards ceremony on April 24.

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“Full Swing”, By April Rimpo

Rimpo was also featured in an event called Local Color A Juried Exhibition at Artists Gallery, located at 8197 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD. January 14 – February 23, 2020 with Reception on January 25, from 2-4 pm.

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“Zydeco”, by April Rimpo

 

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MFA Richard Paul Weiblinger

Weiblinger is featured in “Home” 29th Annual Strathmore Arts Center January 11,2020 through February 23, 2020, with an opening reception on January 16, 2020, from 7:00 – 9:00 PM. at the mansion at Strathmore. https:/www.strathmore.org Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc. 10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda, MD.

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“Windows 9780”, by Richard Paul Weiblinger

 

 

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