An eclectic assortment of art by the members of the Wednesday Morning Artists (WMA) of Cambridge will be on exhibit at the Candleberry Gallery in St. Michaels during the month of July. The gallery show will include work by painters, photographers, writers, glass artists, sculptors and textile artists.
“Candleberry Gallery is generous in scheduling the Wednesday Morning Artists for the second year,” said WMA spokesperson Nancy Snyder. “We have a talented and vibrant group of artists in the Cambridge area and it is wonderful to be able to show their work during the lively tourist season in St. Michaels.”
WMA has gathered more than a dozen artists who will show their work in Candleberry Gallery’s upstairs venue at 210 Talbot Street. View the exhibit throughout the month and cast a vote for the show’s People’s Choice Award.
“The lineup is exciting,” Nancy said. “For example, well-known basket maker Heidi Wetzel has been busy creating brand new weavings for this show; Peg McCormack’s animal sculptures are exquisitely rendered; painter Betty Papson mixes media to produce creative romantic art; a number of well-known photographers are presenting fine, high-quality works; Will Dennehy’s portraits are breathtakingly realistic; Terry White is bringing her unusual pencil drawings and fanciful dolls; and Paul Winter’s fused glass creations are not to be missed. With too many artists to list all here, this is just a sampling of what you will find. Make the Candleberry your destination during July.”
“We are thrilled to host the Wednesday Morning Artists for a second annual show,” said gallery owner Marianne Stallsmith. “This gallery exhibit is a highlight of summer for us. We can’t wait to see the show the folks in the Wednesday Morning Artists will create.”
WMA artists meets at Creek Deli in Cambridge at 8 a.m. on Wednesday mornings and welcomes anyone interested on a Wednesday morning or to email email@example.com or call 410-463-0148. The gallery is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information about Candleberry Gallery, call 410-745-2420.
Some of the members are highly experienced and formally trained in the arts while others are self-taught. Some members are hoping to develop their talents and have lofty professional ambitions, while others are happy in expressing themselves artistically.