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The Liriodendron Foundation exhibits works of Ellen Corddry

The Liriodendron Foundation exhibits works of Ellen Corddry

An art exhibit of the works of Ellen Corddry is being featured in November in the Gallery of the Liriodendron in Bel Air.

Sponsored by the Liriodendron Foundation at 502 W. Gordon St., Bel Air, the exhibit featured a reception with the artist on Nov. 2.

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Corddry works primarily in watercolors and woodcut. Often she combines the two media, juxtaposing the heavy black lines of the woodcut with the translucence of watercolor. She likes the flexibility and immediacy of watercolor which can be mixed with collage, pastels and crayons for added depth and texture. The woodcut allows for the pleasure of cutting into wood and making prints.

Corddry has exhibited extensively throughout Maryland. Her work has been featured in several shows sponsored by local galleries and the business community. She is the recipient of numerous awards.

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Corddry has illustrated the book "City on the Sand" published in 1991 and the Jim Richardson Boat Building Book published in 1985.

For additional information, call 410-879-4424 or visit the Liriodendron website, http://www.liriodendron.com.

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