American Landscapes 2020 Awards

From the oceans that surround this continent to the mountains that divide it – this land is home to some of the worlds most powerful landscapes. Open to all media MFA showcased any original 2-D or 3-D work depicting a landscape from the Americas (*North America, Hawaii, Central America, Caribbean & South America). Works selected were exhibited in MFA’s Circle Gallery from Aug 13 – Sep 12, 2020. 

Thoughtful Thursday

For today's Thoughtful Thursday, we turn to Ikeda Manabu and his incredibly intricate masterpiece, Rebirth. This extraordinary interpretation of the natural world is the type of artwork that we love to see in our annual Stormy Weather exhibit - take a moment to get inspired for your own entry, by December 28!

Thoughtful Thursday: Get a Fold of This

Getting ready for Art on Paper this year? This all-paper show has been a popular MFA exhibit for years now and to help jump start your entry take some inspiration from one of our favorite paper artists: Charles Young. So check this out. In 2014 Charles Young started Paperholm, a daily paper-only project on his tumblr page … Continue reading Thoughtful Thursday: Get a Fold of This

Me & My Art Monday: Meet Alison Belt

This week's featured artist:  Alison Belt, member since 2015: ME:  I grew up in St. Louis, MO, and moved to the Baltimore area in 1996. I currently live in Cockeysville, MD, with my husband and four children and maintain a studio on York Rd. in Antique Row, also in Cockeysville. Being a professional artist has always been my … Continue reading Me & My Art Monday: Meet Alison Belt

Me & My Art Monday: Meet Stan Wenocur

Meet this week’s featured artist, Stan Wenocur; member since 2003:   ME:  I am a self-taught artist living and working in Columbia, MD. My studio, which I share with my wife, Lucy, is built onto our house at Green Dragon Court. I have been painting and exhibiting since the mid-1960’s. I retired early from a … Continue reading Me & My Art Monday: Meet Stan Wenocur