Local art lovers will have their share of options for community galleries starting Thursday, as the Community College of Carroll County and Carroll County Arts Council open a trio of shows to the public.
As part of Artscape Gallery Network, Galerie Myrtis offers provocative exhibit "To Be Black in White America" of works by Larry Cook, Linda Day Clark, Jeffrey Kent and others that confront racism, violence and perception.
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 essentially account for the "besides."
This year, the designers of the Baltimore Symphony Associates Decorators' Show House had an unusual problem: getting visitors to take their eyes off the views outside the $3.5 million penthouse on the 23rd floor of Silo Point long enough to look at the rooms inside.
Sculptor Devin Mack, of Towson, Cockeysville chocolatier Kimberley Rigby, and painter Patrick Reid O'Brien, of Towson, will show their wares at the Sugarloaf Festival April 25-27 at the Timonium Fairgrounds.
William Voss Elder III, a retired Baltimore Museum of Art curator who assisted first lady Jacqueline Kennedy during the 1960s to bring antique furnishing to the White House, died of heart failure Thursday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Upperco resident was 82.
An art exhibit designed to lift your spirits, "Visions of Hope" is true to its name at the Columbia Art Center. The group show was put together by Blossoms of Hope, Howard County Tourism and Promotion, and the Columbia Archives.
Tucked in the very back of the Bean Hollow, a cozy coffee shop at the base of Ellicott City's Main Street, there's a black and white table with thunderbolt designs and a side panel that, when removed, reveals a not-so-secret trove of notes and drawings from dozens of anonymous customers.
The sound of harmonized voices echoed through the halls of Lansdowne High School on Tuesday morning. "Four, three, two," Micah Smith said while striking the keys of a piano as 25 students began to sing under his direction.
Nobody will argue with the exclamation point in the timely exhibit that's titled "Artists' Gallery Welcomes Spring!" Not every artwork in this group show has spring in mind, but there are plenty of seasonally themed pieces to carry that mood as if on a gentle breeze.
Nineteen is a lucky number -- at least for MICA'S XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event. Senior fiber major Heyhee Choi is one of the 19 to be featured at the weekend event, along with 18 other artists and designers who make up MICA's fiber department's multimedia event class.
Bel Air and Harford County's best kept secret is no longer a secret. Well over 100 people came to the Harford Artists' Art Gallery to participate in the reopening of the gallery after it was closed during the month of February for renovations.
The 5th District Volunteer Fire Department appreciated the great turnout during a break in February's foul weather. Lots of residents came out for the department's country breakfast. You have one more opportunity to share a country breakfast with family, friends and neighbors on March 30 from 8 a.m. until noon.
Members of the Chesapeake Woodturners craft group, including Laurel residents Margaret Lospinuso and Jeff Bridges, are displaying their works in an exhibit on display this month at Montpelier Mansion. Cosponsored by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, the show also features outdoor woodturning demonstrations on weekends.
In the early years of Columbia, William Cochran often rode his bike from his family's home in Clarksville to explore the new city, where the fountain in man-made Wilde Lake and other examples of public art made an indelible impression.