Baltimore artists in two exhibits

June 11, 1998|By John Dorsey

Two Baltimore artists, Ralph McGuire and Herman Maril, are featured in two separate but related shows at University of Maryland University College. McGuire paints cityscapes, landscapes, beach scenes and related works such as "Lobsterman's Shacks," concentrating on the mid-Atlantic region, which is most familiar to him. McGuire was a student of Maril, represented by early works in "Herman Maril: Selections 1930-1950." This is the first show devoted to Maril's early works. Its more than 40 paintings all predate the works in the recent Maril show at Galerie Francoise and reflect the years of the Depression and World War II.

Both shows are at University of Maryland University College Inn and Conference Center, University Boulevard at Adelphi Road, College Park, through Aug. 2, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call 301-985-7822.

Pub Date: 6/11/98

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