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June 2020 Exhibits
June 1 @ 9:00 am - June 27 @ 4:00 pm
Featured in the Thaler Gallery:Bernard Dellario earned a Bachelors degree from Kings College in Wilkes-Barre, PA and has studied Art at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia. In addition, he has taken several workshops with national well known painters He has been a member of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters since 2003 and currently serves on the President. He exhibits and has won awards through several venues in the Washington DC metro area. Bernard will be the juror of this year's Artists Paint OC: Plein Air event. “From the beautiful to the discarded, I am inspired by many things as an artist. I rarely know what will be the subject of my painting efforts but once discovered I strive to articulate that reality into a simple collection of abstract shape and color”
Featured in the Galleria:"We Made It: Isolation Art Show" featuring artwork created during the COVID-19 shutdowns. All media, 2D & 3D.
In Studio E:Heidi Wetzel. It all started when in April of 1997, a course in basket weaving was offered in the nearby town of Easton. Since then, I have traveled the country and attended a number of weaving workshops with well-known artists. I participate in juried shows and exhibits in five states. In the past years, I have grown from assimilating the basics to creating works of art. My beginning was in fine and traditional wicker basketry. My work ranges from traditional, sculptured, to contemporary. I am often inspired by nature and my sculptures can serve as colorful and decorative highlights for a wall, or a table. Some of my sculptures are functional, while others are purely decorative. With my 3-dimensional wall hangings I try to create “pictures” or scenes from nature. My baskets are traditional, as well as sculptured and contemporary. My work is often inspired by nature. I weave many materials that I find in nature into my baskets. I use birch, willow and cedar bark; white and black ash, reed, cane, leather, sweetgrass, seagrass, waxed linen, hand-spun yarn, and telephone wire. I adorn the baskets with shells, pine cones, acorns, sea shells, feathers, bones, and hand-crafted beads. Many of my sculptures are utilitarian; some are purely decorative. My work reflects the beauty I see in the world around me. The natural surroundings of the Eastern Shore inspire my work.
In the Artisan Showcase:Lisa Scarbath is a mixed media mosaic artist who enjoys creating art pieces with whimsical patterns using stained glass, tiles, broken dishes, and found objects. Lisa brings new life to furniture, making them functional works of art. She specializes in making steam-punk embellished blue crabs and other sea creatures. Working for years as an attorney and professor, she is thrilled to now be focused on creating art and finding joy piece by piece! Her inspiration comes from the bay, the beach and from the wonderful chaos of her beloved family. Lisa’s work can also be found in stores in Ellicott City, Sykesville and Cambridge, MD.
Premiering at 5pm, Friday June 5.
“A Human-Story” Photography Online Juried Show, exploring humanity at all stages of life and work. Juror: Gregory Poulos.