Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia Art
by Ann Erskine
Charles Rice (1/3/02)
Tom Ritchie (10/30/01)
Helen Sampson and Annina Luck (10/31/00)
Barbara Chiminello: American Artist (6/23/00)
Baltimore Exposure: An Art Show in Office Buildings! (6/19/00)
Joyce Scott: Kickin' It with the Old Masters at the Baltimore Museum of Art (5/4/00)
The Washington Village/Federal Hill Windowboard Project, Baltimore, Maryland (3/6/00)
David Douglas: Alexandria Artist (12/30/99)
The Fells Point Creative Alliance (12/29/99)
New Paintings by Mary Cate-Carroll at the Montage Gallery (12/8/99)
Community Artist-Mary Ferguson (11/99)
Ann Erskine is a Resource Library Magazine columnist writing about representational art in Maryland, Virginia and DC. She works as an artist and art educator and lives in Baltimore, Maryland. She also runs an art services business called The Blue-Eyed Dog Arthouse. She can be contacted at: 1901 E. Lombard St. Apt.#5, Baltimore, MD 21231; 410.327.4028; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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