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October 2, 2009
On September 29, 2009, Lewis "Keith" Martin, An intimate memorial service will be held at Jarrettsville Cemetery on Monday, October 5, 2009 at 11:00 A.M.
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By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
For passengers waiting to catch a plane or folks waiting for someone on a plane, the surroundings at BWI Marshall Airport improved Friday morning with the opening of the two-story observation gallery near Concourse C. The waiting area, part of the $100 million upgrade scheduled for completion this year, has rocking chairs and recharging stations, a playground, a tapas bar with sweeping views of the runways, and an aviation museum with a 28-foot NASA...
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By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Sun Art Critic | November 6, 1990
Do you remember, dear, when there was art at the lake in Druid Hill Park and in the lobby of the Playhouse Theater, when the Peale Museum had "Life in Baltimore" shows, when Morris Louis came over from Washington to teach art in his home town, when art critic Kenneth Sawyer was trying (and mostly failing) to get Baltimoreans to buy abstract expressionism?If you remember, dear, then you're not much older than I.If you remember, dear, you'll like "Back from the Future: Maryland Artists 1950s-1980s" at Maryland Art Place (through Dec. 22)
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2011
Engaging, museum-level work fills two venues in Baltimore. Maryland Art Place has assembled a remarkable survey of minimalist painters from different areas and generations, while C. Grimaldis Gallery is offering a collection of pieces by five exceptional artists who produced work locally. The Grimaldis show, "Five Maryland Icons," provides a richly varied experience — and, for those in the market, a fairly expensive one, with most of the pieces priced from $3,500 to $125,000.
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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Evening Sun Staff | August 8, 1991
Three of the best-known contemporary artists associated with our area currently share wall space at the C. Grimaldis Gallery. "Maryland on the Map" features new work by Grace Hartigan and Eugene Leake and a selection of paintings by the late Keith Martin.From her early years as an abstract expressionist painter in the heady New York art world of the 1950s through her subsequent decades as a painter and Maryland Institute faculty member in Baltimore, Grace Hartigan has proven time and again that it is possible for an artist to go through stylistic shifts and yet always remain herself.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2011
Engaging, museum-level work fills two venues in Baltimore. Maryland Art Place has assembled a remarkable survey of minimalist painters from different areas and generations, while C. Grimaldis Gallery is offering a collection of pieces by five exceptional artists who produced work locally. The Grimaldis show, "Five Maryland Icons," provides a richly varied experience — and, for those in the market, a fairly expensive one, with most of the pieces priced from $3,500 to $125,000.
BUSINESS
By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
For passengers waiting to catch a plane or folks waiting for someone on a plane, the surroundings at BWI Marshall Airport improved Friday morning with the opening of the two-story observation gallery near Concourse C. The waiting area, part of the $100 million upgrade scheduled for completion this year, has rocking chairs and recharging stations, a playground, a tapas bar with sweeping views of the runways, and an aviation museum with a 28-foot NASA...
NEWS
April 29, 2004
On April 23, 2004, WILLIAM C. SR.; beloved husband of Joan J. (nee Puppe); devoted father of Bonnie, William, Jr., Keith, Martin, Brian and Darlene; loving grandfather of 15; dear brother of Rosalie; also survived by many friends. Friends may call at Cremation and Funeral Alternatives, Stephen D. Loran, PA, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Baltimore and MD on Friday, 5 to 9 PM. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, 10 am. Interment Moreland Memorial Gardens.
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April 14, 1997
Checkers Drive-In opening in Ellicott CityCheckers Drive-In Restaurant Inc., a fast-food chain founded in Mobile, Ala., in 1985, will open its first store in Howard County early next month at 9441 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City.The drive-in will employ at least 85 people, said the firm's president, Keith Martin.Checkers uses a standard 14-by-54-foot modular building, featuring twin drive-through lanes and walk-up service. Seating is available on an outdoor patio.PeopleC. Alan Jefferson, vice president and commercial lending officer at the Jefferson Taneytown Bank & Trust Co.'s Columbia office, has been named first runner-up for the "Financial Advocate of the Year" award given by the Small Business Administration.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | March 22, 1995
David McIntyre, a retired Baltimore Museum of Art official who gave a major art collection to the Peale Museum, died March 15 of heart disease at Broadmead. He was 81.The former Charles Village resident joined the museum staff in 1960 as registrar and in 1964 was promoted to assistant director of administration, a position he held until he retired in 1975.Mr. McIntyre was a companion for many years of the nationally known abstract artist Keith Martin, who was described as an "old master of modern art."
NEWS
October 2, 2009
On September 29, 2009, Lewis "Keith" Martin, An intimate memorial service will be held at Jarrettsville Cemetery on Monday, October 5, 2009 at 11:00 A.M.
FEATURES
By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Evening Sun Staff | August 8, 1991
Three of the best-known contemporary artists associated with our area currently share wall space at the C. Grimaldis Gallery. "Maryland on the Map" features new work by Grace Hartigan and Eugene Leake and a selection of paintings by the late Keith Martin.From her early years as an abstract expressionist painter in the heady New York art world of the 1950s through her subsequent decades as a painter and Maryland Institute faculty member in Baltimore, Grace Hartigan has proven time and again that it is possible for an artist to go through stylistic shifts and yet always remain herself.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Sun Art Critic | November 6, 1990
Do you remember, dear, when there was art at the lake in Druid Hill Park and in the lobby of the Playhouse Theater, when the Peale Museum had "Life in Baltimore" shows, when Morris Louis came over from Washington to teach art in his home town, when art critic Kenneth Sawyer was trying (and mostly failing) to get Baltimoreans to buy abstract expressionism?If you remember, dear, then you're not much older than I.If you remember, dear, you'll like "Back from the Future: Maryland Artists 1950s-1980s" at Maryland Art Place (through Dec. 22)
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October 8, 2005
On Friday, October 7, 2005, GLENEDWARD GAMBER, SR., age 90, Glen was born in Gamber, MD on January 29, 1915. He served in the U.S. Army during W.W. II; he was the beloved husband of the late Irene (nee Casino) Gamber; devoted father of Glen Gamber, Jr., and his wife Primitiva, Laura Sun and her husband Nelson, Luis Gamber and his wife Luz, Janet Pestano and her husband Frank, Sherlyn Venadas and her husband Keith, Martin Gamber and his wife Tessie, Kathleen Villanueva and her husband Romulo, Evangeline Mabagos and her husband Gerry; brother of Clara Rossbach of Salisbury, MD. Also survived by 21 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
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March 1, 1991
Melissa Cathryn Peverly, a 1990 graduate of Dulaney High School in Baltimore County who was involved in numerous school activities, died Feb. 16 in a Syracuse, N.Y., hospital after a brief illness. She was 18.At the time of her death, she was a freshman in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.At Dulaney High, Miss Peverly was a member of the National Honor Society, the Gifted and Talented Art Program and the literary magazine staff. She was also active in lacrosse, soccer and basketball at the school.
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