Oh the places we would go if we weren’t in quarantine. Or maybe, oh the places we will go once the world is safer. MFA’s fifth People’s Choice exhibition was all about the special places that we can’t be right now and the places we’re dreaming of.
Meet this week's featured artist, Warren Kornberg, new member: ME: I’m an expatriate New Yorker living in Garrett Park, MD. After almost 40 years as a reporter and editor in Boston and Washington, DC, with a casual interest in photography, I gave up the newsroom (when I had to) for the darkroom and, when I … Continue reading Me & My Art Monday: Meet Warren Kornberg
Meet this week's featured artist, Mike Driscoll; member since 2014: ME: A resident of Kent Island, MD since the end of 2000, I am a largely self-taught late-bloomer, having only gotten serious in 2006. My home is my studio with rooms and halls full of glass panes, cardboard backs, mattes & frames. My first floor walls … Continue reading Me & My Art Monday: Meet Mike Driscoll
This week's featured artist: Megan George, MFA intern since 2014: ME: I was born in Baltimore and have lived in the Annapolis area most of my life. I am currently a senior at Broadneck High School and plan to attend college, most likely in either New York or San Francisco next fall. I will study arts and art … Continue reading Me & My Art Monday: Megan George
Technology rules. Our world is changing so quickly that computers, cell phones and other digital equipment become obsolete almost before we've paid for them. We are caught in this love/hate quandary: Shiny new iPads with Retina displays call out with their siren song, but wait... I just spent $600 three years ago on my beloved and apparently now outdated … Continue reading The Changing World of Prints & Digital Photography