Monthly Archives: January 2015

Lauren Anthone’s artwork selected for Hospice Cup Poster 2015

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For the 5th year running, MFA has hosted the Hospice Cup Poster Competition in the Holley Gallery. Hospice Cup is a charity sailing regatta, raising funds for hospice programs throughout Maryland, Washington DC and Northern Virginia. Every year, they select a painting to be the featured artwork on the promotional poster. The chosen work is donated to the Hospice organization, and…

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Member News: January 28, 2015

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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 Richard Weiblinger Richard…

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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Maggie O’Leary

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This week’s featured artist:  Maggie O’Leary, member since 2011: ME:  I grew up in Cocoa Florida, a quiet Southern town full of fishermen, surfers, and rocket scientists. People ask how long have I been an artist and I tell them all of my life. I would fill my coloring books, draw the nature that surrounded my Indian River paradise and make…

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Me & My Art Monday: Meet Deborah Kommalan

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This week’s featured artist:  Deborah Kommalan, member since 2010: ME:  I was born and raised in rural Baltimore county, and was always considered the artsy one in the family. I spent my spare time drawing, painting and making things. I graduated from MICA in graphic design in 1970. I worked for a time in a graphic art agency, but I was not…

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Member News: January 14, 2015

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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 Members: c.l. bigelow, Patrice Drago,…

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Me & My Art Monday: Megan George

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This week’s featured artist:  Megan George, MFA intern since 2014: ME:  I was born in Baltimore and have lived in the Annapolis area most of my life. I am currently a senior at Broadneck High School and plan to attend college, most likely in either New York or San Francisco next fall. I will study arts and art history in college but I’m…

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Member News: January 6, 2015

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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: Kari Melen: Kari is…

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Me & My Art Monday: Hannah Sturm

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This week’s featured artist:  Hannah Sturm, member since 2014: ME:  I have lived in the Annapolis area all of my life, apart from a three-year stint at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where I completed my BA in Theater, Film, and Media Studies in May (I minored in Art History and Museum Studies). I have interned around Annapolis in a handful of places: Maryland…

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Hospice Cup Poster Competition

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Karma O’Neill info@hospicecup.org HOSPICE CUP INC. ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ARTISTS Annapolis, MD — The Hospice Cup – America’s original charity regatta – is looking for artwork to represent Hospice Cup XXXIV. Artist should submit original artwork to The Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, MD by January 21, 2015. All entries will be displayed in the…

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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.