Recent Shows - 2012
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CONSTRUCTION WORK
A Baker Artist Satellite Exhibit

Mixed Media on Wood by MARY WALKER &
Found Object Assemblage by MARY DEACON OPASIK

Saturday, September 1st – Saturday, October 27th, 2012

OPENING RECEPTION:
Saturday, September 22nd, 5pm-8pm

 

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“LAND & SEA: Five Artists’ Views”

 


Cathy Leaycraft, Nicole Parker,
Paula Reynolds, Anne Rich, Mary Swann


Wednesday, June 27th – Saturday, August 25th, 2012

Opening Reception
Wednesday, June 27th, 5pm-8pm


In this summer show, three painters and two photographers
offer their unique perspectives of the world around us.

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Nancy Scheinman, Samantha Merrick, Nicole Parker,
Garrett Ames-Ledbetter, Christina Barrera, Ricardo Contreras,
Laura Judkis and Kristie Winther

Saturday, April 14th – May 19, 2012

Opening Reception:
Saturday, April 14th, 5pm-8pm, Artist Talk 6pm


Atelier x 8 is a studio comprised of Nancy Scheinman, Samantha Merrick, and Nicole Parker, and other talented assistants. (Nancy Scheinman’s collage paintings reflect the myth of a purer past within the framework of a modernist grid. Her work has been included in museum and gallery exhibits throughout the world.)

Scheinman has mentored Merrick, Parker and the other artists through NS Studios, a Baltimore based design studio specializing in design, murals and installations for experiential learning environments for schools throughout the US. Through this process, these artists have developed a unique working relationship, sharing collaborative ideas, techniques, and experiences.


Recent Shows - 2011
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Put on your “Travelin’ Shoes”:
an exhibition in affiliation with the

featuring the artwork of
Rams Brisueño, Schroeder Cherry, and Kylis Winborne

October 5th – November 5th

Artist Reception and Artist Talk
Saturday, October 15, 5-9pm

Thank you to Jordan Clark
for providing video footage from our artist reception!

 

 

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September 7 – October 1, 2011

“Here & There”

an exhibit in affiliation with the
Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA)
and the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund

featuring the artwork of

Jennifer Baer Goss, Amy Law, and Ruth Pettus

Jennifer Baer Goss brings new work from her current home in Paris, back to her native Baltimore, for this show. Her narrative paintings and mixed media pieces, inspired by her travels in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, often tell stories of isolation and people in the margins.

Up-and-coming artist Amy Law introduces her new “Wires” series in her first gallery show. Using photo transfer, acrylic, pen, ink and watercolor, she focuses on telephone poles and electric boxes, and the abstract negative spaces their tangle of wires creates.

Veteran artist Ruth Pettus introduces her charming “Café” series to the Baltimore area, as well as some other favorite small mixed media paintings.

Please join us for an Opening Reception, Saturday, September 17th, 5pm - 9pm

 

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April 30 - June 30, 2011


Atelier x 3 is a studio comprised of Samantha Merrick, Nicole Parker and Nancy Scheinman. Scheinman has mentored Merrick and Parker through NS Studios, a Baltimore based design studio specializing in design, murals and installations for experiential learning environments for schools throughout the US. Through this process these three artists have developed an unique working relationship, sharing collaborative ideas, techniques, and experiences.

Each brings to this exhibition, their individual expression of creativity. Scheinman’s collage paintings reflect the myth of a purer past within the framework of a modernist grid. Inspired by a recent trip to Japan, her series of small works reflect upon her pilgrimage to Buddhist and Shinto Shrines. Her work has been included in Museum and Gallery exhibits throughout the world.

As an emerging artist, Merrick uses her own adventures and life's challenges to explore aspects of nature using graphic colors, shapes and patterns. Through her exploration of layering, subtle stories with intimate and spontaneous moments in life emerge.

Parker's landscapes bring attention to the current ongoing changes occurring in rural settings across the country. By comparing natural working farmland to eclipsing suburban developments, she endeavors to preserve an integral part of our history.

Please join us for an Opening Reception and Artist Talk, Saturday, April 30th, 5pm - 8pm