Denee BarrPhotos Part 2: A Mini-Retrospective 1999-2006

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Dark Trees, Adkins Arboretum
Eastern Shore, Maryland

March 3, 2008 through April 30, 2008
One-of-a Kind, unique, visual narratives, whimsical, mixed media, multilayered, exquisite silver gelatin photo-based works featuring locations and hidden treasures in nature around the Baltimore/ Washington, DC metropolitan region. Come, Relax, and Enjoy! Reception: Friday, April 4, 2008, 5-7pm / Lakeside Cafe, American City Building, 10227 Wincopin Circle, 1st floor, Columbia, MD 21044

Award Winning Fine Art Photographer and Mixed Media Artist Denee Barr is a Washington, DC native and Howard County, Maryland resident. Denee’s photos appear in the Heart of DC: John A. Wilson Building City Hall Public Art Collection, Washington, DC which is open to the public weekdays from 9am-5pm. Her photos were recently on exhibit in Baltimore for the Maryland State Arts Council New Legacies and Living Icons exhibition, the Maryland State Arts Council 40th Anniversary exhibition, and the touring Maryland-Kanagawa Japan Sister State 25th Anniversary exhibition Landscape & Nature: A View From Maryland.

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