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MFA Members and Exhibitions
MFA Member Stephen Borko‘s work, Bird of Paradise and Zebra Plant, is on display through April 30 at Ingleside at King Farm in Rockville, MD, for their show “Flora & Fauna”.
Three of Leanne Fink‘s paintings from her “Cradle of Life” collection have been selected for exhibition in the Ambassador’s Residence at the US Embassy in Amman, Jordan. The works of art are on loan to the US Department of State for a period of two years as part of the Art in Embassies Program (AIE). AIE is the largest curator of art in the world and has played a leading role in US public diplomacy for over 50 years. Its mission is to foster cross-cultural dialogue through the visual arts. The curator stated, “Leanne’s paintings of Jordan fit perfectly into our mission. An American artist recounting her experience in Jordan allows the viewers to see how their country inspires others.”
Christopher B. Fowler
MFA Member Chris Fowler‘s photograph, Bibliotek II, was accepted into the annual Regional Juried Exhibit of The Hill Center Galleries in Washington DC and is on exhibit until March 27. His photograph, Old Friends, was accepted into the “Captured” photography show of the Las Laguna Art Gallery in Laguna Niguel, CA, and is on exhibit until February 26. Chris’s photograph, Lander in Winter, was accepted into the “Winter Palette” show of the Kavanagh Gallery in St Charles, IL, and will be on exhibit between February 17 – March 25.
MFA Member Rod Mayer has a 3-D artwork titled Gilded Cage in the national juried show “Changing Perspectives” which is sponsored by the Arlington Artists Alliance. The show is at Focus Gallery in the Gallery Underground at The Shops at 2100 Crystal Drive (2120-A Crystal Plaza Arcade) Arlington, Virginia through February 25. The work was created from natural materials — grapevines stretched between cross-cut slabs of a tree trunk — with a gold paint tint.
Richard Paul Weiblinger
MFA Member Richard Paul Weiblinger has been selected from over 700 submissions to have his work exhibited at a juried exhibition at The Hill Center Galleries in Washington, DC. His work, Buoys in Fog, will be there until March 27, 2022. Additionally, two pieces of Richard’s work, Grass in Water with Butterfly and Book with Butterfly, were selected for an invitational gallery exhibition and are currently on exhibit at the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council National Harbor Gallery.