Chesapeake Arts Center Exhibit Gallery

"I recently had the pleasure of participating in the Her Stories: A Women's Art Show at the Chesapeake Arts Center's Hal Gomer Gallery. It was a pleasant experience from start to finish. The staff was very professional, friendly and responsive. From this encounter alone I was able to network with other talented artists. I am looking forward to more opportunities to work The Chesapeake Arts Center in the future." - Heather A Covington

"My favorite part was getting to meet the person that created the poem I based my art from and how amazing it was to bring art and poetry, young and old together!" Jadyn Hardy

Showcasing the work of talented local artists and photographers.

Chesapeake Arts Center has recently dedicated a space as a gallery for art exhibits. The space has two sections, room 1 is 374 feet ( 17x22 length) and the 2nd room is 363 feet (16.2x22). The Gallery also has 5 Black pedestals.

In The Hal Gomer Gallery

The Chesapeake Art Center welcomes you to view Art by local Artists. The Art Gallery is FREE and open from Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm. Saturday, 10am-12:30pm

Chesapeake Arts Center Gallery 

Chesapeake Arts Center Presents:

Boom! Pow! Bang! A Comic Book Themed Art Show

Featuring Artists Rickey Chenoweth & Friends

in the Hal Gomer Gallery

Exhibit runs from April 4-May 8, 2018

Meet the Artist Reception: Friday, May 4, 2018 from 6PM-8PM

Free Admission!

CAC presents Boom! Bam! Pow! A comic book themed art exhibition with local artist, Ricky Chenoweth & friends. Artwork inspired by comics, movies and everything fun!

About the Artist Ricky Chenoweth : My name is ricky, I began working more professionally in art at age 21, throughout the years I have tackled so many styles of art, including pop art, surrealism, and abstract. Art to me always feels like an escape, I am able to create pop culture stars in my style and create characters of my own though significant symbolism and descriptions. Now at 24 I can proudly say ive been apart of multiple festivals and shows thanks to the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park as well as a few performing events though The Well company in Curtis Bay. I love what I do! Its so humbling to have friends, family or followers say your art moves them or makes them feel a certain way because of the stories Ive developed behind them.

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday; 10am-6pm | Saturday 10am-12pm *Gallery hours could change, please call 410-636-6597.

 

 

UMBC Museum Studies Presents 

Painting by Plane Photography by Peter Stern

Exhibit runs May 11-19, 2018

Opening Reception May 11, 2018 from 6pm-8pm

at the Chesapeake Arts Center

in the Hal Gomer Gallery

Free Admission!

Join us on May 11th, 6-8pm for the opening reception of Painting by Plane: The Photography of Peter Stern at the Chesapeake Arts Center. This exhibition features the work of aerial photographer, Peter Stern. 

Peter Stern In Peter Stern’s photography, viewers see the Mid-Atlantic from a unique and intimate perspective. Flying low, slow, and alone in his small airplane over the coal mines of Pennsylvania and the coastal landscapes of the lower Eastern Shore, Stern conveys an intimacy with his subject that echoes his deep personal connection to the region. With the ability to fly between 500 and 800 feet above his subjects, and shooting primarily in “bird’s-eye” perspective, Stern discovered that he could create compositions with minimal reference to recognizable objects. These images occupy a place between the abstract and the representational, which Stern refers to as “Third Spaces”. As his preferred subject matter, these landscapes are not the sweeping vistas of natural splendor often seen in aerial photography. Rather he interprets the “in-between” spaces: the odd, unusual, and overlooked landscapes that provide deep visual intrigue.

The UMBC student curators include Valentina Anyanwu, Maggie Frost, Nicolle Konkel, Selene LaMarca, Sheila McFarland-Holt, Adam Stevens, and Kelly Thompson.

 

 

 

Chesapeake Arts Center Presents:

"Things that make you Happy" exhibit 

at the Chase Brexton Health Care Glen Burnie Center

Runs from January 9-April 13, 2018

Things that make you happy exhibit at the Chase Brexton Health Care Glen Burnie Center runs January 9 until April 13, 2018. Artist included: Ricky Chenoweth, Michael Sellers, Emily Forgo, Heather Wood, Kimmary MacLean and Karen Sharp.

Artwork by: Karen Sharp

 

Upcoming Gallery Events Presented by the Chesapeake Arts Center

July 5-July 31, 2017: Christopher Whitehead Exhibit

August 2-31, 2017: The Art of Sound Exhibit with Tom Pearce and Friends

September 1-September 29, 2017: "Invisible to the Eye" exhibit by Photographer Vienne Rea

October 2-October 30, 2017: "Ambient/ Assembled" exhibit by Photographer Tom Hausman

November 1-November 30, 2017: Erase the Hate Through the Art Group Show

December 1-December 7, 2017: Pop-Up Artwork created for National Worlds AIDS Day

December 8-January 31, 2018: CAC Staff Unique Tree Contest

February 1-February 28, 2018:Brooklyn Park Middle School PVA Kids Group Art Show

March 1-March 30,2018: Group Dynamic Exhibit

April 2-May 8, 2018: Comic Book Theme Exhibit

May 9-May 18, 2018 :Pop-Up Art Exhibit presented by UMBC Practice Muesum Students

June 2-June 29, 2018: CAC MakerSpace Gallery Exhibit Group Shows

July 5-July 31, 2018: Photographer Gregg Boersma Exhibit

 

Local artist looking to showcase your work?

Please contact Chesapeake Arts Center for information at 410-636-6597 or email Nicole Caracia at Ncaracia@chesapeakearts.org