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Steampunk Crab Workshop

January 13, 2018 from 1-4 pm

Decorate a crab in the steampunk genre using paint, epoxy clay, watch parts, gears and other steampunk embellishments. Workshop is presented by Candace Liccione of Wye River Designs Studio, Grasonville, MD.


Cost of workshop is $25/person

Call 410.745.5059 or 410.827.0700 to register
for this workshop





Woven Sculptures

December 1-31

Heidi Wetzel, local fiver artist and basket weaver, will have several of her pieces at the gallery this month.

Heidi's work ranges from traditional, sculptured, to contemporary. She is often inspired by nature and her sculptures can serve as colorful and decorative highlights for the wall or a table.





Two Artists -
Two Techniques Exhibit

During the months of November and December, local award-winning artists, George Hamilton and Kathy Kopec, will exhibit their oil paintings.







Chestnut Street Studio
Painters Exhibit
was held October 6 through October 30

This exhibit featured watercolor paintings by members of Barbara Jablin's Chestnut Street Studio.


“A Brush with Summer” Exhibit
was held June 10 through July 30

This exhibit featured original paintings from members of The Working Artists Forum (WAF) in oil, watercolor, acrylic, and pastel, along with works in pen and ink, mixed media and printmaking.

“Out of Africa” Exhibit
This exhibit was held May 5-28, 2017

This show featured two Eastern Shore artists – Georgette Toews and Joan Hart.




“Spring Into Summer” Art Exhibit
This exhibit was held May 5-30, 2017

This exhibit showcased the works of local artists celebrating the theme “Spring Into Summer.




Barbara Jablin Exhibit
This exhibit was held from
April 8 to 30, 2017

This exhibit explored the 75-year art history of St. Michaels’ watercolorist Barbara Jablin. The show featured the artist's early work as a courtroom artist, illustrator, teacher, and her current exquisite watercolor paintings.



"Nest" Barbara Jablin

Jack Nolan Exhibit
This exhibit was held in December

Jack Nolan, visiting from Florida, created many exciting scenes of local sites here in Talbot County. He is a member of the National Watercolor Society, his work is collected internationally, and is a former Marylander.

“The Locals 2” Exhibit
This exhibit was held from
October 1 to December 14

The exhibit Featured fine art, sea glass & gemstone jewelry, pottery, and wood sculptures by talented artists living in the
St. Michaels’ area.




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