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On Friday, December 11, 2015 Maryland Art Place held their third annual UNDER $500 art exhibit and sale. The event featured the work of Baltimore and surrounding area artists at a price point of $500 or less. Purchased work was taken home that night.

There is still one more day – TODAY: Wednesday, Dec. 16 – to purchase works from this show! Contact Amy Cavanaugh Royce at MAP for a viewing today!!

Photos and Selections by Cara Ober

IMG_5650Matthew MooreIMG_5702Seth AdelsbergerIMG_5700Rene TreviñoIMG_5697Beer by Union Brewing !IMG_5696Aubrey Garwood, Digital Photo, detailIMG_5694Aubrey GarwoodIMG_5692Mia HaltonIMG_5687Emily DierkesIMG_5683Katia NiwaIMG_5685

IMG_5684IMG_5682Encaustic by Christine SajeckiIMG_5680Christine SajeckiIMG_5678Matt Bovie in the trees!IMG_5675

IMG_5671Kevin RunyonIMG_5669Mike McConnellIMG_5667Lydia PettitIMG_5665Suzy KopfIMG_5663Magnolia LaurieIMG_5661

IMG_5659Jill Fannon

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IMG_5655Emily Uchytil

IMG_5653Eric Garner

Artists: Angela Arrigo, Matt Klos, Alex Ebstein, John Thomas Paradiso, L.E Doughtie, John Viles, Jeremy Flick, Kyle Hackett, Seth Adelsberger, Abby Cheney, Lydia Petit, Steven H. Silberg, Suzy Kopf, Jill Fannon, Jodi Hoover, Dan Ubias, Emily Uchytil, Michel Anderson, John Bohl, Maggie Gourlay, Bart O’Reilly, Andrew Liang, Matt Bovie, Cara Ober, Mia Halton, Emily Dierkes, Stephanie Garmey, Andy Karnes, Marian April Glebes, Curtis Miller, Ed Gross, Bryan O’Neill, Travis Childers, Eric Garner, Aubrey Garwood, Darcie Book, Matthew Moore, Christine Sajecki, Karen Klinedinst, Joshua Chance, Mike McConnell, Magnolia Laurie, Rex Wire III, Kevin M. Runyon, Christos J. Palios and more…

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