Cramer began exploring mushrooms after years of creating myopic biological imagery and a constant worry about humanity’s impact on the environment.
In Plan B, currently on view at the Rebecca Myers Gallery at Cross Keys through the end of March, artists and jewelers address contemporary reproductive politics using a form from ancient pottery: the Greek amphora.
“I came back to oil, my first love, because it's how I move—it's slow, rich, flexible and giving. I needed this generosity and consistency after so much searching.”
“If you look at adaptive reuse projects, at least half of the building you need is already there,” Karla Brent says. “The energy that was needed to build that was used years ago,” whereas new building projects require production and shipment processes that create pollution and consume raw materials.
In Randi Reiss-McCormack’s gritty, graceful work, there’s wild, yet carefully choreographed dance.
Located in Potomac, Maryland, a museum that tends to its outdoor environments as much as the indoor ones that house much of the art.
Highlighting 40 new acquisitions and the power of potential.
A refreshing exhibit featuring a wide breadth of Baltimore artists at various points in their careers
Madrid's flagship fair ARCO—as well as its satellites JUSTMAD, Art Madrid, UVNT, and Hybrid—seem to have firmly cemented their place on the circuit, even if competitors in North America sometimes get more attention.
Over the years the definition of sculpture has continuously expanded and contracted to include installations, site specific works, and other various forms of media.
With the resurgence of Tom Miller Day, more people are studying and admiring his work, turning Miller into a deep source of inspiration for future generations of Baltimore artists.
A BmoreArt Gallery Discussion and Event with the Ecological Design Collective
The artworks on display might all be defined as technologically speculative but ran a range from past and present critiques to future possibilities (the term speculative comes up all too regularly in such spheres). Techno-utopianisms were not the theme here...
A concise but impactful exhibition of photographs from the 1970s and 1980s at the National Gallery of Art, presents a boisterous and iconoclastic photographic culture
A comprehensive range of carved wooden sculpture by nationally recognized Baltimore-based artist Joe Haviland is up through Sunday, February 19