Exhibit Features Mother & Daughter

Four times per year exhibits rotate throughout Centreville, Maryland in a unique partnership with area businesses. Artist members of the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council pair with businesses and display work in a variety of mediums including oil, pastel, photography and watercolor. The current installation showcases the photography of Cynthia V. Ramsey at the Centreville National Bank, mixed media by Janet DiNapoli at Delmarva Financial Group, photography by Linda Roy Walls at Ashley Premier Properties, photography by Jim Malaro at the Liberty Building and a first-time exhibit by Caroline Weiss and her daughter D. Weiss-Deck of mixed media, oils and acrylics.

Artists in the “Members’ Best” exhibits range from emerging to established professionals with a wide range of styles and mediums. Many are award winners and all offer an opportunity for viewing some of the finest work in the county.

On permanent display at Queen Anne’s County Community Partnerships for Children, is the work of James L. Amos, Sally Clark, Carole Cascio, Brian Draper, Mary Louise Kleman, Jim Malaro, Stephanie Nadolski and Jean Nichols.

These quarterly exhibits are presented by the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council and sponsored by the Maryland State Arts Council. Contact the Arts Council for additional information at 410.758.2520. Visitors may view artwork during regular business hours. This show will run through October 23.

The Queen Anne’s County Arts Council, Inc., is a non-profit organization committed to promoting, expanding and sustaining the arts. Visit us on the web at www.arts4u.info.

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