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  • Paint Nite stirs it up at Baltimore restaurants, bars

    Paint Nite stirs it up at Baltimore restaurants, bars
    On a recent Thursday night at Tatu in Power Plant Live, the lights were dim and the crowd lively. But the 50-some patrons didn't come for the stylish Asian cuisine — they wanted to sip cocktails and work on their brush strokes. The event —...
  • Artists come to Ellicott City to 'Paint It!'

    Artists come to Ellicott City to 'Paint It!'
    Visitors can watch artists from the Mid-Atlantic region as they paint the old buildings and unique landscapes up and down the streets of the historic district during the fourth annual Paint It! Ellicott City. The three days of painting begins Friday,...
  • At the Phillips in D.C., the art of repenting

    At the Phillips in D.C., the art of repenting
    Visitors to the Phillips Collection, the exceptional modern art museum near Washington's Dupont Circle, may do a double-take when they stop to admire El Greco's "The Repentant St. Peter." The bold painting of the apostle, made around 1600, is...
  • The Sun needs a full-time critic covering the visual arts

    The Sun needs a full-time critic covering the visual arts
    I was glad to see The Sun editorial board express strong support for the Baltimore art scene and the role that organizations like The Contemporary play in the vitality of the city's cultural life ("The Contemporary returns," July 8). Yet it is with some...
  • Students and teachers explore, create art at summer camp

    Students and teachers explore, create art at summer camp
    Over past two weeks, the hallways on the third floor of Perry Hall High School have undergone a transformation. Inspirational works of art printed from the Internet, oil paintings and sketches wallpaper the lockers while students and teachers can be...
  • After two decades on the road, art cars still rev up the imagination at Artscape

    After two decades on the road, art cars still rev up the imagination at Artscape
    At first glance — best shielded, given the sun's fierce glare reflected from all the chrome — the 7,500-pound, 29-feet-long "Finnjet" suggests transport for intergalactic travelers with a pronounced sense of humor. More than 80 lights and...
  • Longtime arts supporter will be remembered

    The Maryland Historical Society is deeply saddened by the death of Isabel Klots, a longtime and steadfast supporter. A selection of paintings donated over the course of almost a half-century grace the second floor gallery walls and the Klots family...
  • Artscape's '10,000 brushes' project makes artists of everyone

    Artscape's '10,000 brushes' project makes artists of everyone
    About a half-dozen people at a time pitched in Saturday to help Baltimore artist Wilson Kemp complete a mural during Artscape. They crouched near the bottom of the canvas, perched on a step stool or squeezed in somewhere in the middle, ignoring the heat...
  • Artist in residence brightens Cylburn Arboretum

    Artist in residence brightens Cylburn Arboretum
    Baltimore City's Cylburn Arboretum is an artist's paradise, which is why painter Patricia Bennett has been drawn to the 207-acre grounds of trees and gardens since 2005. But unlike other artists who dot the landscape of the longtime city park, Bennett,...
  • Sculpting mixed medium metaphors at HCC

    The two artists who have separate exhibits at Howard Community College are artists-in-residence at Baltimore Clayworks. Although their exhibited sculptural objects incorporate ceramics, as you would expect, these are mixed medium creations whose materials...
  • Former Baltimore Clayworks director opens art gallery on The Avenue in Hampden

    Former Baltimore Clayworks director opens art gallery on The Avenue in Hampden
    A deliberately cracked ceramic platter, entitled "Platter," hangs prominently on a wall at the new art gallery Schulman Project, on The Avenue in Hampden. Made by artist Steven Young Lee, director of the Archie Bray Foundation, in Helena, Mont., it...
  • Gliese goes outdoors by going inside her imagination

    Gliese goes outdoors by going inside her imagination
    It is in Marian Gliese's nature to see the natural world in a slightly abstracted and very colorful way. Her exhibit of paintings at the Artists' Gallery, "Nature's Kaleidoscope," features trees, birds, flowers and landscapes that reflect this artist's...