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Seven Deadly Sins at MD Art Place, Nov. 7

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Seven Deadly Sins was the theme of this year’s Gala Art Auction and Dinner at Maryland Art Place. Over 50 Baltimore artists participated in the auction in order to raise funds for MAP. The night included a live auction, a silent auction, ‘sinful’ party favors, highly dramatic and flammable lighting, and (I think) some performance art.










Pencils for the Silent Auction…

Work by Leslie Shellow

Wall of Art

Work by Katherine Fraser

Work by Alexa Brooks

Work by Melissa Dickenson

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