Monthly Archives: October 2014

Member News: October 28, 2014

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See what MFA Members are doing in other locations to make the world more creative. MFA is highlighting Members’ event and exhibitions on our Blog so the world can follow us.  Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar.  Check back on a weekly basis for new exciting art events: MFA Member: Su Anne Martinez On…

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Last Chance! Open Call to Artists: Stormy Weather (Deadline Tomorrow)

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Last Chance for Stormy Weather Entry! at Annapolis Maritime Museum 723 Second Street, Annapolis MD 21401 Open Juried Exhibition ENTER HERE   MFA invites all artists residing in United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico to enter Stormy Weather, a juried art exhibition depicting the sights, sounds, colors, impact, anticipation and more of weather and its impact. Any 2-D a…

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Me & My Art Monday: Kellee Wynne Conrad

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This week’s featured artist:  Kellee Wynne Conrad, member since 2012: ME:  I come from a long line of artists in California and growing up, I lived with art as part of my daily life. After many years in the design industry I decided to return to my first love of painting. I now live in the suburbs of Maryland with my husband and three…

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Member News: October 21, 2014

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See what MFA Members are doing in other locations to make the world more creative. MFA is highlighting Members’ event and exhibitions on our Blog so the world can follow us.  Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar.  Check back on a weekly basis for new exciting art events: MFA Member: Rick Casali This Thurs.-Sat….

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Me & My Art Monday: Elaine Weiner-Reed

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This week’s featured artist:  Elaine Weiner-Reed, member since mid ’90’s: ME:  I was the odd duck in my Pennsylvania family: I knew I was an artist since the age of four. In the third grade, I experienced a life-changing event: my best colored picture to date was given a C by my teacher because I “did not copy exactly.” In that moment I…

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Member News: October 15, 2014

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See what MFA Members are doing in other locations to make the world more creative. MFA is highlighting Members’ event and exhibitions on our Blog so the world can follow us.  Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar.  Check back on a weekly basis for new exciting art events: MFA Member: Ruth Connell Connell’s talk,…

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Me & My Art Monday: Mary Ellen Geissenhainer

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This week’s featured artist:  Mary Ellen Geissenhainer, member since 2005: ME:  I grew up in Washington, D.C. My husband and I moved to Anne Arundel County about 10 years ago to be near the water. I have taught elementary art in private schools in Fairfax, Montgomery, and Anne Arundel Counties. I happily work in a studio that looks out over a creek that leads…

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Member News: October 7, 2014

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See what MFA Members are doing in other locations to make the world more creative. MFA is highlighting Members’ event and exhibitions on our Blog so the world can follow us.  Subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the right sidebar.  Check back on a weekly basis for new exciting art events: MFA Member: Kellee Wynn Conrad, Maurren…

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Me & My Art Monday: Victoria Burnett

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This week’s featured artist:  Victoria (Tory) Burnett, weekend Gallery Manager since 2008: ME:  My name is Victoria Burnett and I am a mother, studio painter, and educator. Most members of MFA know me as Tory the weekend manager at Circle Gallery.  I received my BFA in Studio Painting from Northern Arizona University then returned to Annapolis in 2004. MY ART:  At…

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In order to protect our friends, collectors, artists and staff, Circle Gallery will be closed until April 29 due to Covid-19. All MFA exhibits may be enjoyed online. We will still be active through email, phone, and our online platforms! We are committed to maintaining our presence in the art community while prolonging the safety of our supporters. Please visit their webpages to see the artwork and learn more about the artists.