Reception: Saturday, February 10 from 1pm to 3pm
Black History Month Exhibition
Relics and Prospects
Montpelier Arts Center is proud to honor Black History Month through an exhibition of contemporary artwork that reflects the lives and perspectives of the African American experience. Using symbolism and found objects, artists explore the journey and history of being black through painting, mixed media, and sculpture.
Steven Silberg: In Care of the White House
In Care of the White House presents a selection of documents and reproduced artworks sent to and from the White House, demonstrating the tradition of communication between citizen and government. More information about the project can be found at www.incareofthewhitehouse.org. Steven H. Silberg is an image-influenced, material-based, process-oriented, cross-media artist with a background ranging from photography to book conservation.
Resident Artist Gallery
Taylor’s jazz series features collages comprised of torn bits of magazines that celebrate the most original and influential artists of jazz. The first stage of the series is in black and white and represents the past and the second stage is in color to represent contemporary jazz.
*Leah Taylor was selected through the Library Gallery Juried Competition, but is showcasing in Montpelier Art Center’s Resident Artist Gallery.
- Sunday through Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Montpelier Arts Center is located at 9652 Muirkirk Rd., Laurel, MD.