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  • Anne Arundel County exhibits

    'U.S. Navy Ships of War 1898 to 1991' An exhibition of paintings by Jim Griffiths of Chicago will be on view through June 15 at the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, 118 Maryland Ave. in Annapolis. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 11 a.m....
  • Indoor habitat at Artists' Gallery for 'Birds, Beasts and Besides'

    Indoor habitat at Artists' Gallery for 'Birds, Beasts and Besides'
    The Artists' Gallery exhibit "Birds, Beasts and Besides" is true to its intriguing title. Ken Beerbohm has small-scale, mixed medium sculptures depicting birds and animals; and Deborah Maklowski has colored pencil and gouache works on paper that...
  • Berlin is a small town with big appeal

    Berlin is a small town with big appeal
    City slickers, be forewarned. One visit to this picturesque and utterly charming town on Maryland's Eastern Shore, and even devout urbanites may be tempted to pull up roots, pack their bags and change ZIP codes. That's no exaggeration. Berlin has in...
  • Cellist Dmitry Volkov, recent Peabody Institute artist diploma recipient, dies at 26

    Cellist Dmitry Volkov, recent Peabody Institute artist diploma recipient, dies at 26
    (UPDATED 5/15 WITH PROBABLE CAUSE OF DEATH) Dmitry Volkov, a promising Russian-born cellist who received an Artist Diploma from Peabody Conservatory last year, died on May 10 while visiting Baltimore. He was 26. The cause of death appears to have been...
  • Artwork at Baltimore County Ag Center part of statewide project

    Artwork at Baltimore County Ag Center part of statewide project
    It took just one weekend for the white barn at the Baltimore County Ag Center Cockeysville to get a new look. Armed with paint, brushes of all sizes and cans of spray paint, artists Bill Dunlap and Caleb Neelon worked from sunup to sundown at the Ag...
  • Art Outside returns to Druid Hill Park

    Art Outside returns to Druid Hill Park
    Maryland visual artists, craft artisans, designers and other creative types who live, work or study in the region will be spotlighted at Sunday's Art Outside. Festival-goers should expect entertainment, food trucks and other vendors, as well as family-...
  • 'For Whom It Stands' exhibit opens at Reginald Lewis Museum

    'For Whom It Stands' exhibit opens at Reginald Lewis Museum
    The artist Sheila Pree Bright has spent her adult life trying to sort through her mixed feelings about the American flag. It's just a red, white and blue bolt of cloth. But all the Atlanta resident has to do is glance up casually and see one at the...
  • A tribute to cellist Dmitry Volkov from Daniel Heifetz

    A tribute to cellist Dmitry Volkov from Daniel Heifetz
    On Monday morning, friends of Dmitry Volkov, the talented cellist who died unexpectedly in Baltimore on May 10 at the age of 26, gathered at the Peabody Institute, where he recently earned an artist's diploma. Among those deeply affected by the loss...
  • Columbia Digest

    Art exhibits •The works of Artists' Gallery's members and regional artists will be on view through Friday, March 28, at the American City Building, 10227 Wincopin Circle in Columbia. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9:30 a.m....
  • Ellicott City

    Call to artists The Howard County Arts Council is accepting applications for the juried portion of "Paint It! Ellicott City 2014," a plein air paint-out and exhibit in Ellicott City. A minimum of $5,000 in awards will be presented to participating...
  • Last country breakfast of season at firehouse [Clarksville]

    It has been said that April showers bring May flowers. Let's hope those are not snow showers. Most people have seen enough white stuff to last for a while. The 5th District Volunteer Fire Department appreciated the great turnout during a break in...
  • FBI closes investigation into theft of 'flea-market' Renoir as painting returns to public view

    FBI closes investigation into theft of 'flea-market' Renoir as painting returns to public view
    From the moment it was created in 1879, a tiny landscape of the River Seine by Pierre-Auguste Renoir has been characterized by a tangled weave of embellishments, layers and knots. When the Impressionist master sat down to dash off a quick oil sketch...