"Art is when you hear a knocking from your soul... and you answer."
- Teri Guillemets
We currently have the opportunity and the tools to branch out and create a targeted online presence in the art world. Mid-Atlantic Artists aims to take the hassle out of the online work the artist does to market their art. All that is needed from the artist is to submit basic information regarding the piece in question, and we will take care of the rest. If an interested artist is interested in having an online presence, please visit Mid-AtlanticArtists.com.
September 26 2020
Artist Tom Ritchie recently won 1st place for Market Day. The painting was completed during the Harford Plein Air Festival "Quick Draw." Painters need to present a completed painting, from start to finish, framed and ready for sale in 2 hours. The event was held in downtown Bel Air on Saturday, September 9th, 2020. The judge was internationally recognized plein air palette knife painter Cynthia Rosen.
"Life Rolls Along"
"Order Out of Chaos"
September 9, 2020
Artist Bill Rothenbach has received awards from Overlea Artfest in August 2020.
The first painting, "Life Rolls Along", won 3rd place in the People's Choice 2D Pure Abstract category, as well as 1st place in the Juried Visual Arts category for 2D Pure Abstract.
The second painting, "Order Out of Chaos", won 1st place in the People's Choice Mixed Media category.
"Flew the Coop"
"End of Day"
September 4, 2020
One of our newest artists, John Eiseman has recently received some awards for his works. The first painting, "Flew The Coop," was named "2020 Best in America" exhibit by the American Impressionist Society.
The second painting, "End of Day," was named "Best Maritime" painting at the Plein Air Festival in Ocean City, MD.
These paintings are not currently showcased at Artists Emporium, but John has other wonderful plein air paintings that are hung in our gallery. Please stop by to see his works.
August 23, 2020
Two of our artists, Amy Fix and Pamela Wilde, were featured in Harford Magazine, which is a part of the Baltimore Sun. The article was published on August 20, 2020.