Howard County art center shows variety in drawing

December 13, 1991|By Christine Fillat

HOWARD COUNTY CENTER FOR THE ARTS

8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City.

Howard County artists

In this biennial exhibit of drawings by four area artists, can be found four different approaches to the medium: James Atkins' abstract and representational charcoals, Nadezda Prvulovic's large (6-by-6 feet) pencil and charcoal rendition of a blast furnace, Diana Marta's piece with neon and plexiglass, and Aline Feldman's drawings in black and white, pastels and monoprints with color added on top.

OC Through Feb. 7 (closed Dec. 24 to Jan. 1); call (410) 313-ARTS.

THE EARTH ART GALLERY

8290 Main St., Ellicott City. "From the Heart & Hand: Works by Southwestern potter Dan Feibig"

Dan Feibig, a ceramicist from Albuquerque, N.M., has been influenced by the Southwest and Oriental pottery. The 20 to 25 works featured -- colorful, decorative plates, cylindrical pots and large ceramic pieces -- are described by gallery owner Jane Goss as "wonderful pieces [that] really stand on their own."

Earth Art Gallery carries mostly local artists' works with an emphasis on ethnic art: Look for the American Indian pieces (culled from all over the nation and including clayworks, story teller dolls, and weavings), and Lois Kramer's clay figures and menorahs, with turn-of-the-century Jewish stylings.

I= The Feibig show runs through Jan. 2; call (410) 465-6106.

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