Reading

Scene Seen: Bmoreart’s Photos from Art Events and Openings November 8-9

Previous Story
Article Image

Bmoreart’s Picks: Best Baltimore Art Openin [...]

Next Story
Article Image

Art I’d Buy: Artists Books by Jen Coster

Photos from the opening reception of Joan Cox: Taboo, a Solo Exhibition at Goucher’s Silber Gallery, The Sketchbook Exhibit at School 33 Art Center, and the Maryland Art Place Starlight Dinner at the Thames Street Wharf.

Photos courtesy of Joan Cox, Cara Ober, Jack Livingston, Brian Young, Michael Farley, Gary Kachadourian, and Stewart Watson.

Related Stories
When Gutierrez died of cancer at the age of 45 in 2010, he left behind a business built on hard work and craftsmanship, and a community of artists and friends who valued his passion and warmth.

“Everything that he did was going to be honoring the craftsman and artist,” says Golpira. “He always said to me, ‘Artists shouldn’t be on the edge of town... We’re primary to society. We should be in the center of town.’”

This year's ACC Craft show is online, but no less full of dazzling handmade must-haves!

The ACC has continued its mission to elevate and promote the work of master craftspeople, and to make their work accessible to those who want to live with beautiful handmade objects.

No matter your relationship status, the perfect Valentine’s Day gifts that support local creative businesses

A shopping list of twelve Valentine's Day gift options, all made in Baltimore

Fashion designers Earle Bannister, Ella Pritsker, Stephen Wise, and Natalie Karyl

The lesson from these designers is that by dressing to please ourselves, we will naturally feel powerful.