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:

Printmaker Kathleen Gallagher

About the artist

Kathleen has been a monotype/monoprint printmaker for the past 18 years. Originally, an avocation, she now considers printmaking her vocation. She has always studied art, taking many courses in many mediums over the years, but it wasn’t until she retired from the US Navy that she devoted herself full time to the art of printmaking. In 1994 while living in Rhode Island, she was introduced to printmaking through an etching class. She continued to study etching for two years until her husband’s career relocated them to Virginia Beach. Although relocating disrupted her printmaking studies, she continued to study art in other mediums. In 2003 after moving back to Annapolis, Kathleen found a printmaking workshop where she discovered the magic of monotypes. The mystery and surprise of making monotypes captured her and she continues to study, learn and practice this medium almost every day. Kathleen’s website: www.kathleengallagherart.com.

Painter Linda Perry

About the artist

Maryland artist, Linda Perry, is a 1978 graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting. At that time she worked with Raoul Middleman and a small group of artists completing a mural painting displayed at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore. She also studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where she had the opportunity to work with commercial artist Mario Lovergine in Florence Italy. Perry produced several award-winning paintings working with a group of artists at the Tidewater Art Centre in Easton, MD. Subsequently, she has had two solo shows at The Church Alley Gallery in Easton and has exhibited in juried shows at the Adkins Arboretum in Ridgely, the Main Street Gallery in Cambridge, the Ocean City Art League, the Maryland Federation of Art in Annapolis and Worcester County Arts in Berlin. Her work is currently displayed at The Greyhound Indie Bookstore and Fine Arts Gallery in Berlin and Bishops Stock Fine Art, Craft, and Wine located in Snow Hill. Perry is a Signature Member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters. She also is a member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters and the International Society of Experimental Artists. Linda’s website: www.lindaperryfineart.com

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