“Either Fish or Fowl”
Come join us for an Opening Art Reception, Sunday April 26, from 3 – 5 p.m. Some creatures are destined for skillets, ponds or to give us a scare, while others may fly formation, dine on fish or learn to mimic. This open juried exhibition, organized by Maryland Federation of Art, features 2-D artwork depicting the daily and nightly doings of fish and fowl. On display April 15 - May 31st. Juror: Christopher Sloan, Executive Director of the Allegany Arts Council and president of Science Visualization. All artwork will be offered for sale and proceeds will support the artists as well as the Museum.
The Museum is open to the public Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Museum is located at
723 Second Street in Eastport, right at the mouth of Back Creek.
Participating artists include:
Maggy Aston, Beth Bathe, Ron Beckham, Joseph Bellofatto, William Boyd, Tao Chen, Howard Clark, Ron Colbroth, Matthew Derezinski, David Diaz, Betsy Frahm, Janet Frankovic, Stephanie Funke, Michael Gaudreau, Sheila Guevin, Michelle Guillermin, John Hanou, Liz Howshall, Sarah Kaiser-Amaral, Kenneth Kaplowitz, Linda Kirvan, Barbara Marshall, Cam Miller, Phyllis Muller, Dean Peterson, Bobbi Pratte, Lisa Rather, Isaiah Ratterman, Edward Shmunes, Kate Stillwell, Willliam Thayer, Nan Thompson, Andrew Verhoeckx, Oda vonBerg
Photos: Baby Osprey, Howard Evans Clark – Koi I, Kate Stillwell – No rEgrets, Betsy Frahm
The Annapolis Maritime Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating students and adults on the area’s rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay. The Museum partners with community groups, government entities, and other like-minded organizations to deliver high-quality educational initiatives and programs on subjects ranging from history and culture to the environment and good stewardship practices.