13 County Artists Win In Art Maryland Show

December 05, 1990

The county Center for the Arts has selected local artists as winners in Art Maryland 1990. Their works will be on display from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Mondays through Thursdays and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Dec. 15 at the center, 8510 High Ridge Road in Ellicott City.

The exhibit, which is the seventh statewide, multimedia juried competition, includes 87 works by 76 Maryland artists, including the following 13 from Howard County:

James Adkins of Ellicott City for his charcoal drawing "Night Meeting III"; Paul K. Bennett, from Columbia, for his reproduction of "The Kitchen Maid," originally done by Jean-Baptiste Simeon Chardin; Sally Bennett of Columbia for her mixed media work "Can This Marriage Be Saved?"; Bruce Blum of Columbia for his photograph "Opera House, Sydney"; Elizabeth Coit of Laurel for her oil painting "Not Here, Not There"; Linda M. Day of Columbia for her silver print "Children #2"; Gino Manelli of Ellicott City for his oil painting "The Wedding"; Sara Meli of Mount Airy for her acrylic painting "Huntsman"; Valerie Nelson of Columbia for her acrylic "Reflections X 2"; Shelly Off of Ellicott City for her oil "The Turn of the Screw"; Abe Shamoo of Columbia for his pastel of "Arnold Schwarzenegger"; George Watson of Columbia for his photograph "Outside Mrs. D's"; and Clare Weiss of Columbia for her watercolor "Peaches".

Information: 465-6700.

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