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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Stan Wenocur

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Meet this week’s featured artist, Stan Wenocur; member since 2003:   ME:  I am a self-taught artist living and working in Columbia, MD. My studio, which I share with my wife, Lucy, is built onto our house at Green Dragon Court. I have been painting and exhibiting since the mid-1960’s. I retired early from a teaching career at the University…

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MFA Membership: Your free marketing tools. Yes – FREE!

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MFA loves its members.   We want each and every member to take advantage of all the marketing tools available free of charge through our website and blog.  If you haven’t already, today is a good day to start! Free Marketing Tool #1:  Me & My Art Monday Every Monday, we feature an MFA member on the blog.  We introduce you to…

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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Lee Boynton

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This week’s featured artist:  Lee Boynton, member early years in Annapolis, then rejoined MFA in 2012: ME: I was born and raised in Southport, CT, and spent a lot of my childhood and on the water, racing and cruising along the coast of New England. The sea became the spawning ground for my passion for art and I yearned to express the subtle beauty…

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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Terry Peterson

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This week’s featured artist: Terry Peterson, member since 2004: ME: I have studied and worked with art all my life, beginning with private lessons as a child. After graduating magna cum laude from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, I entered the art work world, working as a t-shirt and poster silk-screener, medical school and hospital illustrator, art teacher, art…

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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Larry Booth

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This week’s featured artist:  Larry Booth, member since 2014: ME:  I moved to Annapolis in 1984 from Detroit, MI. After working for IBM for 26 years, I retired as a Senior Consultant and ran my own computer consulting firm until my retirement in 2014. I came to art in my mid-40s, studying under established artists at Castle Hill, Cape Cod; Maryland Hall…

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