Celebrating Wildlife Art Exhibit in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Celebrating Wildlife, a free art exhibit featuring beautiful fauna ranging from tiny insects to some of the largest creatures on earth, will be on display through Jan. 30 at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park in Gaithersburg. The exhibit, which features the work of 20 artists, was juried by painter and Gaithersburg Police Officer John Duke and photographer George Smith.
Bohrer Park is located at 506 South Frederick Ave. in Gaithersburg. Viewing hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday Visitors of all ages are welcome. Masks are required and social distancing and limited capacity protocols are in place.
Featured artists in the exhibit include Judy Anderson, Michael Brown, Howard Clark, John Duke, Hiral Joshi, Carol Leo, Timothy Lynch, Sheryl Massaro, Mary Paul Barnaby, Jean Phillips, Scott Roberts, Elizabeth Steel, Angela Suggs, David Terrar, Caroline Thorington, William Waller, Deborah Walmer, Richard Weiblinger and Freddi Weiner.
This exhibit also features six photographs in memoriam from Michael Kuchinsky, a retired professor of international politics and a semi‐retired Lutheran clergyperson from Derwood. He was formerly a member of the Gaithersburg Camera Club and the Rockville Art League.
Most of the featured artwork is for sale and all images are copyrighted by the artists. For more information and exhibit images, visit the Activity Center at Bohrer Park gallery webpage or contact the City’s Gallery program coordinator at 301-258-6394 or email email@example.com.
This is a Montgomery County, Maryland announcement.