Reception planned for Niemeyer photography exhibit at Mitchell Gallery


November 21, 1994|By LYN BACKE

One of many things I want to be is a photographer. I have a dependable eye for interesting composition in my own snapshots, but I am only a lucky amateur.

Lucian Niemeyer, a businessman educated at Indiana University and Notre Dame, has been a professional photographer only seven years. Mr. Niemeyer uses no filters, artificial lights or laboratory magic to enhance his photographs, yet he has published three books and his work has appeared in National Geographic and other periodicals and has been displayed throughout the country.

An exhibition of his work opens Nov. 29 at Mitchell Gallery at St. John's College in Annapolis.

He has carefully researched the Amish of southeastern Pennsylvania, wading birds and the people and scenery of Chesapeake Bay to allow him to see those subjects in greater detail.

His exhibit will run through Dec. 15. A reception and discussion by Mr. Niemeyer of his work has been scheduled from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 4 in the gallery.


The Sculpture Co-op of Maryland Hall is sponsoring a show through Dec. 3 at the AIR Gallery at Maryland Hall. The works represent a wide range of media and styles, mostly completed within the last two years.

Artists with work being exhibited are Flannery Davis, Jack Frazer, John Jensen, Joe Moss, Frederic W. Ness, Stephen Perkins, Diane Cary-Thomson, Glen Valentine, Janice Wagoner, Mildred Zindler and Sallie Zseleczky .

Maryland Hall is at 801 Chase St. in Annapolis. For further information, call 263-5544.


The SPCA is bringing Santa Claus in for an early visit from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 3 to pose for Christmas pictures with cats, dogs, other small animals and children.

He will be in the Volunteer and Education Center at the shelter, 1815 Bay Ridge Ave. in Annapolis.

Each picture costs $5. Proceeds will be used to provide food, shelter and medicine for the homeless animals.

In addition, the SPCA holiday boutique will be open, selling SPCA holiday cards, sweat shirts and gifts.

For more information, call 268-2659.


A local Christmas tradition is back. The "Holiday Doll House" by the Richwood Toy Co. is on display at Barge House Museum in Eastport. The 4-foot-by-8-foot dollhouse is decorated for Christmas, but the display will be available through March 4.

The museum is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. For nostalgia buffs, the Richwood "Sandra Sue" paper dolls from the 1950s will be on sale while the dollhouse is on display.


Is your yard blanketed with leaves? Anne Arundel County's Yard Waste Program is coming to the rescue.

From now until Dec. 31. you'll be able to put out 25 bags of yard waste each recycling day, with a 40-pound limit for each bag. Just separate the bags from your regular trash and put yard waste stickers on them.

The stickers are available at county libraries and at the Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis.


Those of you who can't seem to get ahead no matter how hard you try might be interested in Anne Arundel Medical Center's seminar, "Dealing With Unrealistic Expectations," about responsibilities at work and at home.

The seminar is being offered from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 29 and from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Dec. 3.

A second seminar, "Coping With Shift Work," will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 6 and from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Dec. 10.

For information on either seminar or to register, call 267-5751, voice mail Ext. 5751.

If you would like to have news about your organization or event published in this column, call Lyn Backe at 626-0273.

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