(March 1, 2018) The Worcester County Arts Council exhibition, “Brushes of the Eastern Shore,” is on display at the Lowe House Building in Annapolis, outside the office of Del. Mary Beth Carozza through April 9.
This special exhibit features a selection of artwork by 14 artists from Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset counties showcasing beauty of the Eastern Shore through their own creative expression and interpretation of the region.
The display reflects on beaches, abundant wildlife, charming small towns, weathered boats and the life of the Eastern Shore.
Many of the artists represent various art organizations such as the Worcester County Arts Council, Ocean City Center for the Arts, Salisbury Wicomico County Arts Council and the Ocean Pines Camera Club.
Exhibiting artists include Dee Brua, Charlie Ewers, Debra Howard, Laura Jenkins, Barbara Kern-Bush, Patrick Henry, Ron Michaels, Dennis McLead, Charlotte Poore, Erick Sahler, Ellen Scott, Joseph Scukanec, Marcy Snyder and Joan Stockman.
The exhibit is on display during the Maryland General Assembly legislative session from Jan. 11 through April 9.
The Worcester County Arts Council is honored to coordinate this exhibit and is proud of Maryland’s commitment to the arts.