Thursday, August 11, 2011

EXHIBIT OF WORKS ON PAPER OPENS TONIGHT!

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It's Tonight! The OPENING for Sketches, Studies, & Scribbles 7 – 10 PMOpening Tonight! Sketches, Studies,

Sketches Studies & Scribbles
WHEN: August 11 - September 4 
(See below for more info on Summer Gallery Hours)
WHERE:
jordan faye contemporary, 1401 Light Street [Federal Hill], Baltimore
www.jordanfayecontemporary.com
443.955.1547

We are thrilled to present Sketches, Studies, & Scribbles in our multi-use exhibition space, presenting the work of Lawrence Cromwell, Willa Frazer, T.R. Kaltreider, Lori Larusso, Kate MacKinnon, Melissa Matsuki Lillie, David Page, Suze Raeg, & Jordan Faye Block.

This exhibition gives the viewer a behind-the-scenes look at drawings and other works on paper, a view into the creative process through the artist's evolution of an idea and an introduction to a few new artists to the gallery.

Still on View... a few works from

Once Upon A Time...

Donald Edwards, Installation of Junk Warriors, assemblage

 Donald Edwards installation of Junk Warriors, 2011, assemblages 

Current artists represented in our project rooms:

Project Spaces: contain works from Gallery Artists: Matthew Freel, Donald Edwards,   Kate MacKinnon, Lori Larusso, Jenee Mateer, & Janna Rice. 

AUGUST GALLERY HOURS:  Thursday & Friday 11 AM – 7 PM, Saturdays 10 AM – 5 PM

We will take a short Summer Holiday and will be Closed from Sun. August 21 - Wed. August 31.

Should you wish to visit the gallery at this time, Appointments may be made!

The exhibition of Sketches, Studies & Scribbles will remain on view during Labor Day Weekend, and we will have Special Hours during the Grand Prix Weekend
Open Thursday, Friday 11 - 7p & Sunday 12 - 5p that weekend.   

DIRECTIONS: 3 blocks south of Cross Street Market on Light Street, 1 block north of School 33 Arts Center
NEW : the Charm City Circulator Purple line comes all the way down to Federal Hill
from Penn Station and last stop on Ostend & Marshall. It's ONLY 1 block North of the gallery! And it's Free!