MFA offers our artist members the opportunity to exhibit at local restaurants around Annapolis. Currently, we work with Paul’s Homewood Café, a restaurant blending Chesapeake staples with traditional Mediterranean cuisine.

Now exhibiting at Paul’s Homewood Café:

Collagist & Painter Cheryl Milligan

About the artist

“I’ve always loved Art; seeing it, making it, and being inspired by other artists. After years of working in broadcasting, I decided to pursue what I loved most and I had a rewarding career as an art educator. My love of painting was rekindled and I began working and experimenting in oil, acrylic, and watercolors. I began trying other mediums, including collage and constructs. I have been fortunate to win awards in exhibitions from a variety of venues, from gallery shows to online international juried exhibits. My work has also been featured in three Studio Visit magazines (issues 43, 46, and 47). My artist website is cherylmilligan.art, and my work can be followed on social media on Instagram at cherylmilliganart2 and on Facebook at Cheryl Milliganart.

Painter Linda Popp

About the artist

Linda Popp is a Baltimore artist and art educator. She retired after a 41- year career with Baltimore County Public Schools, and is now retired again from supervising art education student teachers at Towson University. Linda creates narrative found object assemblage sculptures. She uses artifacts and symbolic objects to convey stories about relationships with family, place, love, faith, nature, and self. During the process, she goes beyond her personal stories and the narrative becomes more universal. Some objects/symbols are fairly obvious; others may be interpreted by viewers differently as they bring their own experiences to the work. Linda enjoys the idea that something from her story may cause others to reflect on their own experiences. See Linda’s art over on her website.

Cheryl and Linda’s work is on display at Paul’s Homewood Café located at 919 West St, Annapolis, MD 21401. Open daily.