The Howard County Arts Council has announced the return of ARTsites, where they place sculpture outdoors around the county, making art accessible to everyone. Remember the cute eggplant that decorated the front of the Tourism Welcome Center last summer? Well, this summer the Welcome Center has a new piece, called "Rybee House II" by Stephen Klema. There is another sculpture up by the George Howard Building in the government complex. This one is called "Crescent" by Steven Durow. The Center for
Lindsay asked Bob why he tweeted something sexual at a friend of hers, and Bob got violent. “He slammed me down on my back, pinned my upper arms while digging his nails into them, screamed in my face and spit on me while screaming,” she says.
When Marian Gliese looks at the natural world around her, she tends to see things in a stylistically whimsical and streamlined way. Her exhibit at the Artists' Gallery, "Natural Beauty," is filled with such immediately recognizable subjects as birds, insects and flowers, but her treatment is more poetic than literal-minded.
It's heartwarming to walk along Main Street in Ellicott City and see how well it has recovered from last summer's devastating flood. One gets the same impression walking through the exhibit "Paint It! Ellicott City 2017" at the Howard County Center for the Arts.
Artist Anna White has opened Feldspar Studio & Gallery at Savage Mill, which showcases her own work and the work of three other artists: Kirsten Bowen, a painter, Nicole Deponte, a collage artist, and Ian Cairl, a wood artist.
The Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission recognizes the important role it plays in promoting arts and helping nurture the bonds of our community, long described as a "garden for growing people." By putting the arts at the center of Columbia's original plan and the new plan for Downtown Columbia, we have shown where our values lie. Now we must ensure we carry these values forward throughout the years and decades ahead.