Exhibitions are generously supported by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Talbot County Arts Council and the Star-Democrat.
Through July 9
FABRICation features seven artists who incorporate a textile sensibility in their artwork through elements of fabric and fabrication.
Parts and Labor: A Survey Exhibition of Print and Collage Works by Steven Ford
Through July 9
Steven Ford layers colors via simply carved linocut blocks and collagraph plates.
Luminous Forms: Marble and Bronze Sculpture by Shelley Robzen
Through July 16
Shelley Robzen’s sculpture is amazing in its purity and its celebration of beauty and craftsmanship.
Diana Kingman: Easton Abstract
Through July 19
Diana Kingman was born in Philadelphia (1940) and knew at an early age that she wanted to be an artist. Diana majored in Art History, including a Junior year in Paris in 1960. Upon return she moved to New York where she graduated with a degree at Columbia University School of General Studies and then worked at the Bettmann Archive. After travels in East Africa, marriage to a Canadian and two children she enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for their four-year program in painting. During art school and for a number of years afterward she worked in a realistic style, painting still lifes, landscapes and the human figure. In the mid-1980s her style evolved into abstract, eventually dropping all references to subject matter, painting in acrylics on paper. Her work has been shown at galleries in New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Lyon, France. She is represented in a number of corporate and private collections. In 2004 she and her husband moved to Easton from the Philadelphia area where she actively continues to paint in her home studio.
The Myth Makers in Maryland: The Mighty Merganser Continuing
Artists Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein (aka the Myth Makers) built one of their iconic sapling sculptures on the Museum’s grounds. Literally speaking, the bird sculpture is based on the Hooded Merganser, a bird which is common in Maryland. Figuratively, however, the artists’ intent is to create a bird sculpture that represents a proud monument to independent thinking and bravery, referencing Eastern Shore native Frederick Douglass.
THE STUDIO SALE
BE ORIGINAL—BUY ART!
Saturday, June 3, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. (rain date: June 10)
The Academy Art Museum’s instructors, artists and students are cleaning out their studios for this one-day sale. No work will cost over $300. Included will be framed and unframed drawings, paintings in oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, ceramics, pottery, art prints and large quantity of art books. Contact Katie Cassidy at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
2nd Monday of each month • June 12 (Identity)
Open MIC is a supportive space for our community to share and cultivate the creativity and talents that thrive here. A variety of performances, demonstrations and presentations are welcome. It is open to all ages. Each month will have a topical (and optional) theme to which contributors are encouraged to relate as directly or abstractly as desired. The Museum will provide a PA system, sound engineer, Steinway grand piano and reasonably-priced refreshments. Email RayRemesch@gmail.com for more information.
For additional information, visit academyartmuseum.org or call the Museum at 410-822-2787.