Art exhibition at restaurant is family affair


The Winder family -- mother, father and two sons -- is exhibiting its artwork at the Chameleon Restaurant this month.

Kay and Jack Winder, both 71 and retirees who have lived in Carroll since 1963, will exhibit their amateur color photographs. Subjects include waterfowl, flowers, the C&O; Canal, waterfalls and some tongue-in-cheek subjects.

Martin J. Winder, 46, will display his intaglio prints and ink drawings. His work includes aquatint and etching.

A 1969 Westminster High School graduate, he has a bachelor of arts degree from Washington College and bachelor's and master's of fine arts degrees from the Maryland Institute, College of Art. He has shown his portfolio at the Washington College Gibson Fine Arts Center and the Carroll County Arts Council.

Martin Winder was commissioned by the Maryland Institute to reproduce one of his works for distribution to major donors of the college fund drive. He lives in Towson.

Richard D. Winder, 41, graduated from Westminster High in 1974. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida. While in high school, he wrote and illustrated a children's book, "Gordon the Guinea Pig," and had a drawing of an owl on the front page of the school newspaper.

His works include watercolor, airbrush and charcoal drawings. He has exhibited with the Arts Council, in Frederick and in Venice, Fla. He won the Westminster Rotary Club's student artist contest twice.

He is a partner in the Final Touch Framing and Gallery Company of Venice, Fla.

The Chameleon is at 32 W. Main St., Westminster.

Pub Date: 6/07/98

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