Art work

  • Pastel Drawing - Izzy Yorkie
  • Pastel Drawing - Banjo
  • Pastel Drawing - Molly
  • Pastel Painting - Beau
  • Pastel Painting - Baylor & Lu
  • Pastel Painting - Salut
  • Pastel Painting - Beautiful Bea
  • Charcoal Drawing - Grace
  • Oil Painting - Sheltie Izzie
  • Oil Painting - Woody & Bruce
  • Oil Painting - The Morins
  • Pastel Drawing - Greg & Lexi

Maryland Women Artists

During Women’s History Month the Baltimore World Trade Center hosted the Maryland Women’s Art: Women’s Vision exhibit.  This is a continuum of this exhibit.  Participating artists have agreed to donate a portion of sales to the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center.

The Center is dedicated to telling the story of Maryland’s women and will have exhibits on and about Maryland women in the arts and sciences, historical and contemporary contributions, forums and workshops on numerous issues, and workshops on leadership and equality advocacy for all ages and genders.  Learn more about the Maryland Women’s Heritage Centerat www.mdwomensheritagecenter.org

Here are highlights of that exhibit and links to featured artists.  Please visit these artists’ websites to learn more about them and their art.

Denee Barr – www.deneebarrartnews.blogspot.com
Janet Whittle Freeman – www.studioprose.com
Stephanie Hopkins – www.svhopkinsphotography.com
Barbara Johnson – www.babifinearts.com
Sandra Magsamen – www.sandramagsamen.com
Ev Marinucci – www.evmarinucci.com
Jessica McKelvin – www.jessicamckelvin.com
Shera Rosen – www.sherarosen.com
Meredith Snow – www.meredithsnow.com
Ellie Tryon – www.artsdtryon.net
Eileen Williams – www.elwilliamsart.com

Aquarium by D. Barr Snow by Meredity Snow  Invisible by E. Tryon
 World Trade Center Show 2009  World Trade Center Show 2009
 World Trade Center Show 2009  Trypdish by C. Gubernatis