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Fantastical Imaginings opens Friday February 27 at MAP and Loyola College

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Julio Fine Arts Gallery
presents
Fantastical Imaginings

February 19 – March 28, 2009

Gallery Talk & Reception:
Friday, February 27, 5 – 7pm


Participating Artists: Marilyn Holsing, A.D. Loveday,
Serena Perrone, and Hiro Sakaguchi


Fantastical Imaginings is a traveling exhibition curated by J. Susan Isaacs
that originated at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts. The complete exhibition
will include the work of: Laylah Ali, Roberley Bell, Paul Chidester, Amy Cutler,
Marilyn Holsing*, Mark Hosford, John Karpinsky, A.D. Loveday*, Claire Owen,
Serena Perrone*, Hiro Sakaguchi*, John Shipman, Ann Siems, and Lee Wilkinson at
Maryland Art Place and additional works by *these artists will be on view at
Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola College.

Please visit our website for more information on the exhibition and other
upcoming arts events at Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola College.

Julio Fine Arts Gallery

Loyola College in Maryland
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

410-617-2799.
www.loyola.edu/gallery

Later on, at MAP…
Gallery Talk 7 p.m. led by curator Susan Isaacs / Reception at 8 p.m.
John Shipman

Fantastical Imaginings is an exhibition that features artists, both emerging and established, whose creations are oriented toward fantasy–working across styles and media to produce imaginary worlds filled with discovery and intrigue.


Serena Perrone

Influenced by factors such as outsider art, Surrealism, graphic novels and cartoons, each of the artists in the exhibition share the notion that they are enabling the creation of a unique world in which human activity takes place, fully invented by the artist.

The exhibition includes the work of: Laylah Ali, Roberley Bell, Paul Chidester, Amy Cutler, Marilyn Holsing, Mark Hosford, John Karpinsky, A.D. Loveday, Claire Owen, Serena Perrone, Hiro Sakaguchi, John Shipman, Ann Siems, and Lee Wilkinson.

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John Karpinsky ‘Answers Only Ruin the Fun’

Fantastical Imaginings will remain on view through March 28, 2009. To learn more about this and other programs of Maryland Art Place please visit: www.mdartplace.org

Maryland Art Place / 8 Market Place, Suite 100 / Baltimore, Maryland 21202
410.962.8565 / www.mdartplace.org

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