Past Exhibits | Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Past Exhibits

The galleries are currently closed. Please enjoy our exhibits online during this time.

  • Balcony Gallery, 3rd floor

    Art by Ruth Connell.  Paintings of interior life and the exterior world. 

    Gallery Talk:  Wednesday, April 8 | 5:30 pm.  A discussion about artists' studio spaces.   

  • Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

    Juried exhibit of work by members of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis.

    Gallery Talk: Monday, February 9 | 6 pm

  • Martino Gallery, 2nd floor

    Artwork by students from the Performing and Visual Arts Magnet High School.  

  • Balcony Gallery, 3rd floor

    Recent work by photographer Vince Lupo.

    Gallery Talk: Monday, February 9 | 6:30 pm

  • Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

    A variety of creative and unique clay works by artists from the Easton Academy of Art:  Anne Wright, Paul Aspell, Eileen Hebert, Emily Crandal, Hilary Bruns, Paula Bell, John Scott and Joan Strand.  Curated by Cassandra Kabler.  


  • Martino Gallery, 2nd floor

    Paintings and drawings by Andree Tullier over the past 2 years documenting the people who work, meet, perform and study in and around Maryland Hall.

  • 2nd Floor Hallway

    Work by students in Andree Tullier’s Maryland Hall classes including oil, pastel and charcoal still life from adult & teen students, pastel portraits and  figure charcoal drawings.


  • 1st Floor Hallway

    Students from Maryland Hall's Jovenes Artists (Young Artists) outreach program exhibit their work from the first 6-week session of their after-school workshops.  The exhibit features jewelry, drawing and mosaics created under the guidance of artist Terri Borges.

  • Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor

    A collection of nine large, multi-colored woodblock prints, hand-pulled by the artist, Carlin Menzin, treat the places and living narratives of Annapolis.


  • Martino Gallery, 2nd floor

    Paintings from the artist’s life experiences and travels, both real and imagined. This is Eric Winter’s first solo exhibit in Annapolis.