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ART ON PAPER 2011
March 18 – April 17, 2011
MFA Circle Gallery
18 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401
Reception: Sunday, March 27, 3-6pm
Awards presented at 5pm
Juror: Johanna Halford-MacLeod,
Publications Manager at the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
Executive Director of the Franz and Bader Fund
Artists Include:
Carol Aaron, Maggie Aston, Christina Batipps, John Bildahl, Amy Boone-McCreesh, Dan Brenton, Andrew Burkitt, Richard Buswell, Louise Captein, Nathan Catlin, David Daniels, Marie Danielsson-Yung, Wendy Donahoe,James Dormer, Mary Dryburgh, Eduardo Fausti, Anne Finucane, Jacek Fraczak, Eberhard Froehlich, Mack Gingles, Shana Goetsch, Robert Greene, Karla Hackenmiller, Susan Harmon, Donna Hepner, Artemis Herber, Katie Hillman, Richard Hricko, Delbert Jackson, Monique Janessen-Belitz,Lynne Johnson, Sarah Kaiser, Perry Kapsch, Lynn Keffer, Mario Kiran,
Michael Kolster, Anthony Lazorko, McKinzie Lefstein, Gary Lindgren, Jo Margolis, Sandra Marino, Sean McDaniel, David Medwith, Cynthia Milionis, Armin Muhsam, Bruce Muirhead, Jake Muirhead, Scott Murray, Christine Neill, Margaret Noel, Thomas Norulak, Laurin Notheisen, Robin Page, Bruce Pollock, James Polonkey, Florence Putterman, Andy Rader, April Rimpo, Linda Robinson Gordon, Sharon Sayegh, Sara Schleicher, Hollen Seay, Lynnette Shelley, Frances Sniffen, Judy Southerland, Michelle Stone, Sally Schluter Tardella, Clytie Whitson Taylor, Chris Warot, Art Werger, Gail Werner, Jenny Wiener,Melissa Wilkinson, Ellen Winkler, Anderson Wrangle, Mary Grace Yanashot, Tanya Ziniewicz, Grace Zuniga
Artwork by Delbert Jackson, Navigator, paper sculpture
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