Art Show – Annapolis Watercolor Club, “A Brush with Springtime”

Kay Fuller, “Spring Fling 2,” Watercolor, Annapolis Watercolor Club, Quiet Waters Park

The Galleries of Quiet Waters Park presents juried paintings from the Annapolis Watercolor Club in both Galleries from March 30 through May 8, 2022.  “A Brush with Springtime,” showcases the varied works and techniques of watercolor done by beginners through professionals.  The Annapolis Watercolor Club is dedicated to fostering the practice and promotion of watercolor  painting as fine art through monthly meetings, demonstrations, workshops, critiques and exhibitions as well as painting and social events.  It is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 with over 150 members.   Juror Mick MCAndrews will present awards  given by the Friends of the Arts at the Opening Reception on April 3, 2022 

https://www.annapoliswatercolorclub.org/


The Opening Reception will be held in the Visitor Center on April 3, 2022 from 1:30 to 3:30.  Entrance to the park is $6.00 per vehicle.  Fee is waived for the Reception only. The Galleries are open from 9:00 to 4:00, Monday through Friday and 10:00 to 4:00 on weekends.  

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Trail Closure – Caffrey Run Stream Restoration In Progress

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Art Show – Digital Photo Club of Annapolis (DPCA) Winter Exhibition

The Galleries of Quiet Waters Park will feature the Digital Photo Club of Annapolis (DPCA) Winter Exhibition opening on February 16 through March 27, 2022 in the Willow Gallery at the Visitor Center. The featured photographs will exemplify the many different photographic styles of the members with works touching on many topics, both local, regional and continental. DPCA’s main emphasis is on education, less so on competition.  Membership ranges from numerous professions and occupations, young and mature, artists and students and beginners to serious professionals. All members have in common the appreciation of photography as art and wish to improve their skills, no matter their level of experience. https://www.digitalphotoclub.net

Kim Kelly, “Wooden Hull Skiff and Oyster House,” digital photograph, DPCA, Quiet Waters Park

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