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Photos from Geo-Structure at Goucher’s Silb [...]

Brown Paper Bag: Amy Boone-McCreesh – Heritage Aesthetic at the Hamiltonian Gallery

NY Times: 36 Hours in Baltimore. (Tell us what we already know, why dont you?) The NY Times sent a reporter to hang out in Baltimore for a weekend and she discovered the Station North Arts District, Metro Gallery, sophiajacob, Nudashank, and The Club Charles. Not bad for an out-of-towner.
http://travel.nytimes.com/2012/09/23/travel/36-hours-in-baltimore.html?_r=1

Baltimore Citypaper: Best Arts and Entertainment 2012 (Who knew we had a Pinball Museum?)
http://citypaper.com/news/arts-and-entertainment-1.1375074

Glasstire: The Marfa Dialogues: Art, Science, Dought, Food, and Beer
http://glasstire.com/2012/09/15/the-marfa-dialogues-art-science-drought-food-and-beer/

New American Paintings Blog – From Print to Painting: CNTRL-P at the Arlington Art Center
http://newamericanpaintings.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/from-print-to-painting-to-print-ctrlp-at-arlington-arts-center/

Beautiful Decay – Sol Calero’s Neo-Folk Sculpture and Installation
http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/09/20/sol-caleros-neo-folk-sculpture-and-installation/

GQ: So You Think You Can Paint (Art Prize 2012)
http://www.gq.com/entertainment/art-and-design/201209/artprize-rick-devos

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