Sculpture at mansion

ART

June 26, 1997|By John Dorsey

Liriodendron, in Harford County, was the country house built early in this century by Howard Kelly, one of Hopkins Hospital's ++ famous "big four" doctors in the group portrait by John Singer Sargent. The house and grounds are now the property of a private foundation, and this summer the site of an indoor and outdoor sculpture show co-sponsored by Sculptors Incorporated of Baltimore. It features works by 28 artists, including Gagik Aroutiunian, G. David Burch, Paul Glasgow, Irene Jaffe, Marisabella Telleria-Diez, Anita Weiss, John Hayes, Suzanne Fausette, Barbara Han, Jim Paulsen, Tom Supensky and Corinne Elyse.

At Liriodendron Mansion, 502 West Gordon St. (off Route 1), Bel Air. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays through Aug. 3. For information, call Sculptors Inc., 410-484-7260, or Liriodendron, 410-879-4424.

Pub Date: 6/26/97

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