Our new online gallery is now open and available for your shopping needs 24/7. Please visit our site at www.mid-atlanticartists.com.
If you are an artist, or know of anyone in the Mid-Atlantic region, interested in showcasing your/their works, please visit our site for more information. You may also contact our Curator at email@example.com.
Sunday 12pm - 4pm
Monday 11am - 5pm
Wednesday 11am - 5pm
Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 6 pm
Saturday 10am - 6 pm
Masks are now optional at our gallery.
The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.
- Alberto Giacometti
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Wilbur Mitchell was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina on May 14, 1955. Wil grew up in Baltimore City and graduated from Northern High School in 1973. He was a bartender and server with Classic Catering People for 22 years. He has been married for 29 years, and has 3 children and 7 grandchildren. He began making collages in February 2020. To date (summer of 2021), Wil has produced 49 collages.
Athanasios (Tom) Papadopoulos was born in Greece and moved to the United States in 1969 with his mother, father and sister. He was inspired by his uncle, Dimitrios Vlazakis, and grandfather who was an iconographer in Greece.
"Head of Christ"
Tom McKinney illustrator, designer and now prolific watercolorist and portrait artist artist studied at the John Hussian Schools of Art and the Philadelphia College of Art.
McKinney paints that which he loves in life, images from the black community, painting in the spirit of the whose life he has touched. He expresses in his portraits an understanding of his varied subjects. His attention to his portrayal of many of the old jazz greats. such as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane. His gentle portrayals of neighborhood people and especially the elderly have a similar poignancy, compassion, warmth and familiarity.
Tom has travelled extensively throughout the United States exhibiting his art in many different venues. He also traveled to Europe to exhibit for the Armed Forces. He has been featured on the Armed Forces Network in Germany and Alaska. He also exhibited his work in Brazil and Hawaii. Tom was chosen to create a calendar for Aetna and his work was used for the Migrant Referral Project Conference.
Tom has been featured in many publications throughout the country and has made numerous television appearances. In addition, to his countless awards, his works are represented in innumerable corporate corporate institutional and private collections. Tom has also worked for and with many vocal artists the like of Teddy Pendergrass and Grover Washington, Jr. His works has appeared on television sets “Bill Cosby Show”, “Bustin Loose” and “Franks Place”. He continues to exhibit his work for private institutions.
Kim Bender works primarily in Alcohol Inks, Acrylics & Mixed Media.
Wanting the viewers to connect to her art through her abstract impressions, she works to invoke moods with each piece.
Her art is exhibited at the Harford Artists Gallery in Bel Air, and Artists Emporium in Havre de Grace. Kim has painted murals in the science labs at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center at Otter Point Creek. She has also illustrated maps in the Wide Awake Princess series as well as the original cover art for Dragon’s Breath published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books. Kim earned her BFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art.
“A walk in a garden bursting with blooms, a stroll down a winding path in the woods, a bouquet of fresh-cut flowers. These are the impressions I want the viewer to feel and see. When I begin a new piece, I think of an impression or feeling that I want to bring forth in my work. Using Alcohol Inks & Mixed Media, I am able to give the impression of nature without detail, allowing viewers to use their imaginations to see what appears to them."
Currently residing in Churchville, Maryland, Kim spends her time gardening, working with her horses and painting.
"Lilacs in Vase"
Tyler Allen is a 2019 graduate of Solanco High School who has won awards and scholarships for his outstanding work in the visual arts. Tyler was the featured emerging artist at Red Raven Art Company in Lancaster in August of 2019. In the 2018 and 2019 Scholastic Art Awards and Young Artists Awards competitions, Tyler’s work was awarded the highest awards, which included numerous special awards, portfolio awards, gold, silver and honorable mention awards. Tyler’s work in the visual arts has been featured in Lancaster Newspapers, LancasterOnline, and the
Chester County Press. Additionally, Tyler’s work has been featured in exhibitions at the Lancaster Museum of Art, the Demuth Museum, Millersville University, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Tyler teaches private art lessons at the Oxford Arts Alliance.
Mary Ann Clarendon
Mary Ann Clarendon studied art and architecture at Smith College. BA, cum laude, elected to Alpha (arts) society. Mary Ann resides with her husband and 2 dogs on a farm in Baltimore County, Maryland She enjoyed a successful business career for many years while raising a family. Afterward, Mary Ann returned to her passion for creating fine art. She and her husband renovated a spring hous on their farm into a working studio, and so began her career as a full-time artist. She started out taking painting and drawing classes at Harford Community Colelge. Mary Ann started studying with artist Lisa Mitchell in 2011. She continues studying her craft by working with a plein air group at Zoll studio in Timonium, MD. She participates in local and regional group exhibitions, including MAPAPA shows at the Artist Emporium, the St. James Fine Art Show in Monkton, MD, Highlandtown Gallery in Baltimore, MD, and Maryland Pastel Society shows.
Member of MAPAPA and signature member of Maryland Pastel Society.