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Sunday, October 02, 2011

The Tevis Gallery at the Carroll Arts Center will feature an exhibit entitled “Full Figure” from October 6-November 16, 2011


September 29, 2011

Contact:  Susan Williamson

“Full Figure” on view at Carroll Arts Center

The Tevis Gallery at the Carroll Arts Center will feature an exhibit entitled “Full Figure” from October 6-November 16

Figures. We all have them.  They come in different sizes and shapes, ages, colors and attitudes but they are all full of life, breath, flesh and bones.  “Full Figure” honors the human form in all its presence: moving, resting, thinking, working, posing. From the ancients until now, artists have been fascinated with creating likenesses of humans. Athletic poses, historic figures, balletic form, stylish and otherwise created in realism, abstract, painted, sculpted and mixed media will offer the viewer a glimpse of “us” and the glory of our “full figures.”

One of the highlights will be a portrait of Anna Ella Carroll, after whose family, Carroll Country was named. This painting reveals a tour, not only through Civil War history, but a history of the artistic development of the human form as well.  The exhibit will include paintings, drawings as well as sculpture.

Artists include: Nancy Abeles, Bethesda, MD, Walter Bartman, Jefferson, MD; Laura Era, Cambridge, MD; Peter Eide, New Windsor, MD; Sara Knox, Hagerstown, MD, Elaine Lozier, Bethesda, MD; Devin Mack, Towson, MD, Deborah Nell, East Berlin, PA, Cathy Z. Sawdey, Ellicott City, MD; and Nick Wenderoth, Westminster, MD. 

A meet the artists’ reception will be held on Thursday October 16 from 5:30-7:30 pm. 

Susan Williamson, Visual Arts Coordinator, will present a free gallery talk on this exhibit on Thursday October 20 at noon and 7 pm.

The exhibition is free and open to the public. The Carroll Arts Centeris located at 91 W. Main Street in WestminsterMD

Gallery hours are: Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm and Thursdays, 10 am to 8 pm.  The gallery is open during special events in the theatre. Please check our web for more information. 

Artists include:
Nancy Abeles, Washington DC
Walter Bartman, Braddock Heights, MD
Laura Era, Cambridge, MD
Peter Eide, New Windsor, MD
Sara Knox, Hagerstown, MD
Elaine Lozier, Bethesda, MD
Devin Mack, Towson, MD
Deborah Nell, East Berlin, PA
Cathy Sawdey, Ellicott City, MD
Nick Wenderoth, Westminster, MD
and more.
Location:The Carroll Arts Center, 91 West Main Street, Westminster, MD, 21157  View Google Map


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