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Prisms & Pride Exhibit

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

“BARN ART IS BACK”
The 14th Annual HGAC BarnArt Show & Sale Returns in 2022!

Many of the area’s most noted artists will be showing their work in the 14th Annual BarnArt Show & Sale.

Proceeds from this popular event will benefit the Barn Preservation Project and Grant Program sponsored by Historic Gettysburg-Adams County (HGAC). It will be held at the G.A.R. Hall at 53 East Middle St. in historic downtown Gettysburg from Friday, June 10 until Sunday, June 12.

All the artworks accepted into this unique exhibit must include a representation of a barn or a detail of a barn.

The show opens on Friday, June 10 with an Opening Night Reception that is free and open to the public from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Winners of awards will be announced during the reception at 7:30.

Cash prize for “Best of Show in Fine Art” will be $1,000 (prize donated by J.Jay Mackie, Ph.D. and Monica Oss). There will also be a prize for “Best of Show” in photography and the ever-popular “People’s Choice Award.” New this year will be the “Artists’ Choice” which will be awarded to the artwork voted best by the participating artists.

A special feature of this year’s show will be a presentation of video footage of historic Adams County barns shot during recent barn surveys using drones operated by volunteers Mark Clowney and Loy Elliott. HGAC has surveyed more than 375 barns in Adams County creating a permanent record of each barn as part of the HGAC Barn Registry.

Hours for the BarnArt Show & Sale are Friday, June 10 from 6-8 pm and Sat. June 11 from 10 am – 6 pm and Sun. June 12 from noon until 4:00 pm.

To register for the BarnArt Show & Sale print the “BarnArt 2022 Registration Form” and return it with your registration fee to HGAC. Art works may be offered for display only or they may be offered for sale. HGAC will conduct the sales transactions, retaining 30%, with the artist receiving the balance with 30 days after the close of the Show. All art works MUST be ready to hang. Art Intake dates and times will be provided to registered artists.

For more information call event chair, Paul Mangan at (717) 357-3145

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

2D & 3D Art – recent works from Hagerstown Community College Visual Arts Students and Faculty. Thursday, March 3, 2022 – Tuesday, April 5, 2022. Virtual show online March 5, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way (Cramer Alley).

 

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.

2D & 3D Art – recent works from Hagerstown Community College Visual Arts Students and Faculty. Thursday, March 3, 2022 – Tuesday, April 5, 2022. Virtual show online March 5, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way (Cramer Alley).

 

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Selected by the instructors, these works in art represent projects created by students in Kindergarten through High School. Senior Art students will present pieces in the second floor gallery. A true celebration of the diversity and creativity of both the teachers and the students in our community!

Open House
Thursday, March 17, 2022
3:30pm-6:30pm

To celebrate art that was created during the pandemic, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the artists and photographers selected for this year’s juried exhibition, including the winners.

A virtual Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be Saturday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Award-winning works will be presented and the artists will be in conversation with the jurors and Museum staff. The event is free and people can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86304530112

To register, call Donna Rastelli at 301-739-5727 or drastelli@wcmfa.org.

The exhibitions will be on view from Saturday, February 19, through Sunday, April 24, 2022. A total of 333 art entries from 133 artists were received with 65 entries accepted from 57 artists. While a total of 236 photography entries from 80 photographers were received with 36 pieces of work accepted by 32 photographers.

This event distributes nearly $5,500 in cash prizes to artists and photographers. Sponsors for this exhibition are Conservit Inc., Hugh & Marty Talton, The Delaplaine Foundation, and Ms. Sherry Cramer.