Artists-in-Residence: What They're Up To

 

We currently have 8 talented Artists-in-Residence (AIR's) at Maryland Hall that work in a diverse variety of media and styles. AIR's work in their studios throughout the week and can be visited by patrons interested in learning about their art or purchasing their work. We checked in to see what they've been working on and what exciting exhibits/residencies/shows they are currently a part of. 

 

 

c.l.bigelow (left to right), Skeleton of Nests and Nest Outside

c.l.bigelow (studio 312A) -  c.l.bigelow is getting ready to showcase her nests like this one at "Artina 2016: Art in Nature", a juried collection of work by members of the Washington Sculptor Group at the Sandy Spring Museum.

The show runs June 30 – September 30, 2016
Opening Reception: June 30, 6:30 – 9 pm

 

  

Lindsay Pichaske, Evocative Animals

Lindsay Pichaske (studio 314B) - Lindsay Pichaske, is teaching a one-week workshop at Santa Fay Clay in Santa Fe, NM July 4th-8th!

Her workshop called "Evocative Animals" will allow participants to gain insight into her own work and they'll in turn learn how to sculpt animals from clay. Check it out here.

She is also a part of the Foggy Bottom Sculpture Biennial that runs through October 22, 2016.

 

 

 

Kate Osmond's Studio at Maryland Hall

Kate Osmond (studio 305) - Kate Osmond will soon be starting a six week summer intensive at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore for her MFA in studio art. Check out the program here.

 

   

Work by Elizabeth Kendall at the Montpellier Art Center

Elizabeth Kendall (studio 310B) - Elizabeth Kendall just returned from a month-long residency in Edinburgh and is now installing work at Montpelier Art Center for their 35th Annual Invitational Sculpture Show which opens this Friday, June 10th, 2016.

 

For more information about our Artist-in-Residence Program go here.