June 9th, 2015
The Black Rock Center for the Arts in Germantown, Maryland has become a hub of artistic expression, where artists come to exhibit their work, perform live or learn to hone their skill.
Stop by until August 1st to see the exhibit “Recompose” by Elizabeth Burger, Eric Celarier, William Pierce and Karen Schulz in The Kay Gallery. A display of everyday materials recomposed and constructed into new forms through manipulation. To learn more about the artists please visit http://www.blackrockcenter.org/galleries/upcoming-exhibits.
Save the date on July 11th for a meet the artist reception from 5pm-7pm immediately followed by a free summer outdoor concert performed by Matuto. There is no better way to celebrate the warm weather then heading to a free concert with friends, family and neighbors.
Don’t worry about parking. Pinnacle apartments is just steps from the Black Rock Center for the Arts.
Images (left to right): Elizabeth Burger, “Spring Fed,” abaca and flax, 48 x 36 inches. Eric Celarier, “Wasteland IC V,” circuit board, wood, leather 76 x 96 inches. William Peirce, “Patchwork Vessel,” mixed woods, 5.75 x 9.25 x 9.25 inches (photo by: Greg Staley). Karen Schulz, “Out the In Door,” hand dyed cotton, 58 x 66 inches (photo by: Mark Gulezian).