Gallery hours: As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to permeate every aspect of our lives, we recognize the need to take preventative measures in order to ensure the safety of our staff, our artists, and our patrons. While the gallery remains closed, we will offer online versions of our exhibitions whenever possible. For inquiries please contact Carla Massoni – 410-778-7330, text 410-708-4512, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does an artist choose a particular scale when creating work? Will it be large or small, or somewhere in between? How is this related to the way we measure the importance of things, i.e., on a scale of one to ten or by concepts such as greater or lesser?
The work of many of the artists we are showcasing reflects significant environmental concerns, concerns shared by many other disciplines worldwide. The scale of the problems we contemplate is enormous, but artists are bound by physical realities to a relatively small physical scale. Can something very small still convey a “greater” meaning?
Artists bring their individual skills and creativity to provide a response to this question. Transforming perceptions of the world and our place in it serves as a catalyst and a vast canvas for the voice of the artist.
Featuring Gallery Artists: Heidi Fowler, Blake Conroy, Ken Schiano, Marcy Dunn Ramsey, Alessandra Manzotti, Grace Mitchell, Greg Mort, Jon Mort, Anne Nielsen, Shelley Robzen, Eve Stockton, Vicco von Voss, Zemma Mastin White, Leigh Wen and special guest artists.