Margaret works in oil, acrylic, and watercolor/ink. Her commissioned work focuses on pet portraiture from the clients photo. She also creates polymer jewelry including natural elements. Includes found objects, semi precious stones, Swarovski Crystals, and sea glass.
I am a mixed media artist who best known for my analogue black and white photography and fine art printing of black and white photographs. Retired from UMES I maintain a studio with analogue photo facilities. My work is represented by Causey Contemporary, New York.
Emily Guemple is a singer/songwriter from parksley Virginia. The genres she plays includes country, classic rock and blues.
Dava has written seven books since 2011, three of them published by Skyhorse in New York City. Some focus on wounded warriors, their caregivers, and profiles of inspiring military members. Other books include memoirs of former congressmen, business leaders a former secretary of agriculture and a bird of prey expert.
Original hand drawn and painted art (and prints of originals) with sizes 2x3 inches to 18x24 inches, all of the originals are framed and some prints are as well. Prices are from 3 dollars to 150 dollars.
Bob's photographs are featured in the Annapolis Visitor’s Center on West Street, in numerous advertisements for Visit Annapolis, in the lobby of the Clantenoff Pavilion at the Anne Arundel Medical Center, on the cover of the 2015 Annapolis Visitor’s Guide, and on the cover of the December 2014 edition of Chesapeake Bay Magazine. He is a board member of the Maryland Federation of Art, and has exhibited in numerous juried shows at the Circle Gallery and other venues, an active member of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis.
Dora Hetherington Todd is an award winning artist who grew up in the city of Philadelphia. She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters. She paints in oil and her work is done en plein air, meaning out in the open air. Her paintings are impressionistic and reflect a passion for life immersed in nature. Dora's paintings are represented in both private and corporate collections across the United States.
Pat Valdata is a poet and novelist. Her publications include two poetry books, Where No Man Can Touch and Inherent Vice; the chapbook Looking for Bivalve; and two novels, Crosswind and The Other Sister. She is an adjunct professor who teaches creative writing for the University of Maryland University College and the Salisbury University Lighthouse Literary Guild.