Friends of Quiet Waters Park

Art Gallery Opening Reception – “The Renaissance Four” and “Two Carols and a Gail”

  • Sep 11

    Starts: September 11, 2016 @ 12:00 am

    Ends: September 11, 2016 @ 12:00 am

“The Renaissance Four” and “Two Carols and a Gail”

We cordially invite you to attend the Opening Reception of the
The Renaissance Four and Two Carols and a Gail exhibits on
Sunday, September 11th
2:00 – 4:00 in the afternoon.

The Friends of Quiet Waters Park Arts Committee cordially invite you to the opening Reception of The Renaissance Four in the Willow Gallery–Jackie Crabtree, Laura Kapolchok, Liz Tepper, and Karen Walpole and Two Carols and a Gail in the Garden Gallery–Carol Cowie, Carol Donahue, and Gail Higginbotham

On view from August 31 through October 9, 2016. The opening receptions for both galleries will be held on September 11, 2016 from 2-4 p.m.

The Renaissance Four are members of the Collage Group from the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Md. The artists not only do collage but other mediums including Watercolor, Pen and Ink and Pastel all of which will be on display in the Willow Gallery.

Two Carols and a Gail are three distinct artists with a flourish for life which is evident in their work. All Annapolis artists, Carol Cowie is a plain air oil painter, Carol Donahue is a contemporary photographer and Gail Higginbotham is both a oil pastel and acrylic painter.

The Visitor Center hours are 9 – 4 on weekdays and 10 – 4 on weekends (closed Tuesday). Park fee is waived for Reception attendees.


<Jacqueline Crabtree


Jacqueline Crabtree, “Blue Dynamic,” Watercolor and Ink, The Renaissance Four, Quiet Waters Park





Carol Cowie, “Blooming Londontown,” Oil, Two Carols and a Gail, Quiet Waters Park

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