Seth Adelsberger: Joy and Panic opens Tuesday, October 28 at McDaniel College

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Joy and Panic: Paintings by Seth Adelsberger
October 28 through November 14
Opening Reception: Tuesday October 28 from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Born in 1979, Seth Adelsberger grew up in Emmitsburg, a small town in northern Maryland. Seth attended Towson University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in fine art in 2002. He has been living and working in Baltimore, MD ever since. Seth has recently shown his work at Sara Nightingale Gallery, Civilian Art Projects, and the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts. His work has appeared in Issue #4 of Locus Magazine and New American Paintings #45, 57, and 75. Seth was also the recipient of the top award for painting in 2008 from the Maryland State Arts Council.

The Esther Prangley Rice Gallery in Peterson Hall
McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
Information & Gallery Hours: 410-857-2595

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