EXHIBITION HISTORY

August 2022

Saville and Schwab Galleries

9 N Centre Street, Cumberland, MD 21502

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From Marina to Mountain 2022 

Exhibition Dates: August 6 – 27, 2022

One of 47 artists selected to exhibit by jurors Eric Key and Ann Shafer to showcase Maryland Federation of Art artists in conjunction with Allegany Arts Council.

FULL SAIL, a handcrafted sailboat-shaped sculpture carved from a single block of alabaster, won two awards at this show: Juror's Choice and the Conley Award for Sculpture.

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June 2022

LakeFest

Downtown Columbia Lakefront, Columbia, MD

Columbia Festival of the Arts Invitational Fine Arts & Crafts Show

Show: June 10, 11, 12, 2022.
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One of a select group of regional visual artists featured at this annual music, fine arts and crafts show.

April 2022

Harmony Hall Arts Center

10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744

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Washington Sculpture Group's Sculpture NOW 

Exhibition:  April 22 - June 3, 2022

Reception: April 30, 3 –5 pm

A non-thematic exhibition of new works by 48 artists. Featuring my recent limestone sculpture, JAX-IN-THE-BOX*, one of the artworks selected by juror Fitsum Shebeshe and mentioned in the Washington Post's review of the show:

 

...is echoed by Alan Rhody’s “Jax-in-the-Box,” which looks like a flimsy children’s toy but was in fact carved from a block of limestone. Metal and stone do appear in “Sculpture Now 2022,” but most often in amusingly deceptive guises.

 

(* sculpture Includes inlaid vintage "eye" hologram by August Muth.)

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April 2022 -

Lake Roland Park

Baltimore County, MD

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Art on the Trail

Exhibition:  April 2022 ongoing

Reception: June 12, 2022  1–3 pm

One of four artists selected for Lake Roland's Art On The Trail award 2022 -- a permanent outdoor sculpture installation at a popular City / County park (over 400,00 visitors annually). 

Handcrafted from limestone blocks, this 5 ft tall totem pole-like sculpture, named TERRIPIN STATION, depicts favorite park animals of the land, lake and sky (2 fox, 2 fish, turtle, owl).

Located on the Red trail near the Light Rail tracks (lakeside).

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January 2022

Circle Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

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MFA Winter Member Show

Exhibition: January 5 – 22, 2022

Reception: Virtual

 

One of 50* artists selected to exhibit by juror Gerald Ross, Director of Exhibitions, Curator, and Adjunct Faculty at Maryland Institute College of Art, at this seasonal showcase of Maryland Federation of Art artists (of 479 entries).

This lionlike head includes beautiful natural patterns and markings that animate the hand-carved stone sculpture.

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December 2021

Circle Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

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MFA Small Wonders 2021

Exhibition: December 2 – 23, 2021

Reception: Virtual

 

One of 82* artists selected to exhibit by juror Amanda Burnham at this popular annual seasonal event (of 484 entries).

"In the wake of nearly two years under the widespread trauma of COVID, I was fascinated by the opportunity to jury this year’s edition of Small Wonders..."

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Oct 2021

Long Reach Village Festival

Long Reach Town Center, Columbia, MD

Festival of the Arts

Exhibition: October 15 - 16, 2021

Booth #13

 

One of a select group of regional visual artists featured at this music, arts and crafts show.

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Oct 2021

Quarry Lake Fall Festival 

Greenspring Ave, Pikesville, MD 21209

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Quarry Lake Fall Festival

Exhibition: October 10, 2021

Booth #8

 

One of a select group of regional artists featured at this seasonal event.

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Sept / Oct 2021

Circle Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

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MFA Fall Member Show

Exhibition: September 22 – October 16, 2021

Reception: Virtual

 

One of 50* artists selected to exhibit by juror Chanel Compton at this popular annual seasonal event (of 545 entries).

This limestone sculpture depicts a hand opening a locked box from within. Of special note are a keyhole, chain rings, and a peephole with a 3D eye peering out at the viewer. (The eye is a vintage hologram from Lasart.)

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June 2021

Columbia Festival of the Arts

LakeFest Online (Columbia, MD)

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Columbia Festival of the Arts Invitational Fine Arts and Crafts Show

Exhibition: June 7 - 20, 2021  

 

One of 25 artists selected to exhibit fine arts and crafts at this popular annual summer event.

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May 2021

Circle Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

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MFA Spring Member Show

May 5  – 29, 2021

MFA's 2021 Spring Member Show featured my recent sculpture, "Patience Monk." 

One of 56 artists* selected by show juror Joey P. Mánlapaz, Associate Faculty at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University  (* from 456 entries).

The alabaster stone I used for this piece is rather striking -- it has alternating ribbons of multiple shades of red, creating beautiful eye-catching patterns throughout the piece.

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April / May 2021

Curve Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

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Maskulinity

Exhibition: April 15  – May 3, 2021  
Reception: Virtual  

One of 36 artists selected  from 135 entries for MFA's Maskulinity 2021 online exhibition by show juror Anthony Shostak. "Some of the artists strip away masks to reveal roles that may themselves be merely deeper layers that mask true identity. Others present images of fully masked men whose true selves are in plain sight or which are actually defined by the mask itself. The artists play to their strengths, pushing their chosen medium to create visions of masculinity and identity which we help complete through the participatory act of viewing."

A picture of a stone sculpture.
A picture of a stone sculpture.
A picture of a stone sculpture.

January 2021

Circle Gallery 

18 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401

A picture of a stone sculpture.

MFA's Winter Member's Gallery Show

Exhibition: Jan 6 – 30, 2021  
Reception: Virtual  

One of the 50 artists selected from 516 entries, by show juror Erin Lehman, Director of The Holtzman and Center for the Arts Galleries at Towson University. 

This show features a work entitled "Waiting For The Results 2020." Which could be interpreted as Covid test results, election results, or other news of that year.

The stone is rather unusual, in that it has yellow and red streaks interwoven throughout and also contains some colored crystals.

A picture of a stone sculpture.
A picture of a stone sculpture.
A picture of a stone sculpture.