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Click here for the MD Morning Winter Arts Preview with myself and Alex Mudge of Aural States.

Five Shows that I mentioned on the YPR Preview are:

Follies, Predicaments, and Other Conundrums: The Works of Laure Drogoul at MICA
Friday, Jan 30 – Sunday, March 15
Opening reception: Friday, Jan 30, 5-8 p.m.
www.mica.edu

Ceiling Painting by Heidi Neff

Response at Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College
www.goucher.edu/rosenberg
February 3 – March
February 12, opening – 6-8
4 Artists doing site-responsive work:
John Shipman, Christine Tillman, Heidi Neff, Stewart Stein

Encaustic Painting by Christine Sajecki (NOT caustic!)

The Rumors are True: Megan Hildebrandt and Christine Sajecki at The Creative Alliance
Opened Jan. 17
Jan 17 – Feb. 21
www.creativealliance.org

painting by Timothy App

Timothy App: Homage at Goya Contemporary
www.goyacontemporary.com
February – April, 2009
Thursday, March 12


Mise en Scene at Paperwork Gallery
www.paperworkgallery.com
Audrey Collins Petrich, Lillian Bayley Hoover, and Guillaume Pallat
January 30 – February 28
Opening Saturday February 7

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