Howard County art center shows variety in drawing

December 13, 1991|By Christine Fillat


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.


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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