Gallery Reception: Featuring 40 Under 40, Things are Looking Down & Fine Art Imagery | Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Gallery Reception: Featuring 40 Under 40, Things are Looking Down & Fine Art Imagery

January 16th
5:30 PM


Reception in the Galleries to Celebrate our Newest Exhibitions & Artist Open Studios

Free and Open to the Public
Thursday, January 16 | 5:30-7 pm

Join us for a free Opening Reception to celebrate our newest exhibits. Meet the artists and enjoy their work at this wine and cheese reception celebrating our artists! The evening includes light food, beverages, art and community.

Featuring the Exhibitions:

Maryland Photography Alliance: Fine Art Imagery

Openshaw Balcony Gallery, 3rd Floor

The Maryland Photography Alliance is comprised of 18 independent clubs whose goal is to encourage the understanding and appreciation of photography.  The Alliance strives to be a cultural stimulus which fosters artistic creativity. 

This exhibition is a representation of the work from a talented group of artists, in member clubs, throughout Maryland.

Things Are Looking Down: Drone Photography by Rich Isaacman

Martino Gallery, 2nd Floor

Flying a drone is like having a portable skyscraper, offering striking vantage points and visual perspectives that are not otherwise available to earthbound viewers. Local photographer Rich Isaacman's drone explorations encompass ice on the Chesapeake and snow-covered farms; vertical views of Hawaii's coral reefs; and otherworldly panoramas of Iceland's fjords and volcanic landscapes.

40 Under 40: Young Artist National Showcase

Chaney Gallery, 2nd Floor

In Collaboration with Maryland Federation of Art. Celebrating 40 years of arts experiences and education at Maryland Hall, we are dedicating an exhibit to showcase 40 talented artists, 40 years of age or under, from around the country. In honor of our 40 historic years, we celebrate the next 40 with these young, talented artists! A call for artists went out nationwide in Fall 2019. The exhibition was juried by José Ruiz, Director of the Curatorial Practice MFA Program at MICA.

Artist Open Studios

Plus visit the 3rd floor for Artist Open Studios with Harley Hope, Elizabeth Kendall, Sigrid Trumpy and H.C. Porter.