Join us in the Gudelsky Gallery for the preview reception of our 2017 Art of Stewardship exhibit! Be among the first to see the nature-inspired artwork created and donated by professional artists, local celebrities, community members, and exceptional art students.
Attending the preview reception gives you the opportunity to enter the raffle for buyer positions #1-10 to purchase the artwork of your choice (tickets are $5 apiece, sold at the event). After that, art sales will be on a first come, first served basis.
A truly unique art sale: this year all entries are 10”x10” and not visibly signed – fall in love with a piece of art without knowing the artist who made it! All artwork will be on sale for $100, and all proceeds benefit the work of the Conservancy.
Wine and cheese will be served, and leaders from the Maryland art world and local community heroes will be present. Greg Mort, internationally acclaimed artist and founder of The Art of Stewardship movement, will speak about the role of environmental stewardship in the arts. The show will be juried by Gino Molfino, Director of Fine Arts for the Howard County Public School System, and awards will be given out.The Art of Stewardship: Nature Through the Eyes of Artists celebrates the diversity of artistic expression in response to the natural world around us.
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The deadline for artists to submit artwork for the show is April 24. For more information click here.
2017 contributing artists include:
Ali Victoria, Frank Aquino, Audrey Beard (view work), Nancy Berson, Dawn Biedenkapp, Liz Bobo, Patricia Branum, Emily Calkins (view work), Scott Chapman (view work), Ed Charest, Maria Charest, Bonnie Cornell, Vincent Culotta (view work), Phyllis DeMario, Heather Dorst, Naomi Dwyer (view work), Monique Falconer, Sylvie Fischbach-Braden, Sharon Fuller, Natalie Gawdiak, Vic Gladstone (view work), Christina Guercio (view work), Jackie Hall-Handelman, Gwendoline Hoch, Imogen Hoch, Rebecca Hoffberger, Esben Jepsen (view art), Holly Kaufman, Mary Klett, David Levy, Judy Magladry (view work), Frank Marsden, Gail Martensen (view work), Greg Mort, Karen Neary, Wendy Ng (view work), Laura Oldham (view work), Natalya Parris (view work), Polina Protsenko (view work), Mary Saylor (view work), Betty Schroll, Roxana Sinex (view work), Mark Southerland, Debra Street, Tassanee Thanakornsombut (view work), Vickie Thurston (view work), Kathy Tillman, Ned Tillman (view work), Linda Trope (view work), Alice Webb, Freddi Weiner (view work), Mark Winter (view work) and Ron Wise.
Online registration ends 24 hours prior to the event. If a program is canceled by the Conservancy, participants will be notified and offered a refund. All other program fees are non-refundable and support educational programs at the Conservancy. Organized groups cannot be able to be accommodated at our free programs. Please contact the Conservancy about scheduling a separate program for your group.