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The Mitchell Gallery The Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. John’s College, is a treasure in historic Annapolis. Due to de-densification the Gallery will be closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year.
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Please check for our online content. The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums in 2012 and dedicated to bringing art of world renown to Annapolis since it opened in 1989, the Mitchell Gallery’s modern design by architect Chip Bohl won a Citation of Merit from the American Institute of Architects. It attracts over 10,000 visito

Please check for our online content. The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, located on the campus of St. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums in 2012 and dedicated to bringing art of world renown to Annapolis since it opened in 1989, the Mitchell Gallery’s modern design by architect Chip Bohl won a Citation of Merit from the American Institute of Architects. It attracts over 10,000 visito

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07/04/2021

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Happy Fourth of July!

--wishes for peace, prosperity and successes for all this 4th of July!
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Happy Fourth of July!

Lorraine Carren (1930-2021)Lorraine Carren, a former docent and member of the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors passed ...
06/10/2021

Lorraine Carren (1930-2021)

Lorraine Carren, a former docent and member of the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors passed on June 1. Lorraine was one of our very first docents when our program began with the late Mary Hurd, Mary Kay Biern, and Jack Carr, along with past docent Joanne Vinson, and our current docents Judy Nevins, Marietta Schreiber and Carole Falk.

Here is the biography Lorraine submitted to us, which is a testimony to her knowledge and involvement in all things fine.

"I was born and raised in New York City. Received Bachelor of Arts and Master of Social Work degrees from the Univ. of Illinois. Also received a Master of Fine Arts (in art history) from the Univ. of Md. I was Director of the Diane Brown Gallery in D.C. I subsequently wrote an art column and was restaurant critic for the Annapolis "Capital."

I was first Chair of Docents at the National Museum of American Art. I am currently a docent and Docent Council member at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. I have also been a docent at Paca House and LondonTowne.

I serve in the Arts Committee of Anne Arundel County and on the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors. I have been a Mitchell Gallery docent since the docent program was initiated."

Lorraine’s obituary may be found through the Legacy site:

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=lorraine-carren-wallach&pid=198946133&fhid=42144

We, at the Mitchell Gallery, send our heartfelt sympathies to her lovely husband Don and thank Lorraine in our hearts for all shared with us and the community at large.

Left to right: Mary Kay Biern, Judy Nevins, Lorraine Carren, Marietta Schreiber, Mary Hurd, and Joan Vinson.
Reception for Louise Nevelson: Selections from the Farnsworth Museum (Sept.-Oct. 2004).
The docents donned scarves and false eyelashes to mimic Nevelson.

Lorraine Carren (1930-2021)

Lorraine Carren, a former docent and member of the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors passed on June 1. Lorraine was one of our very first docents when our program began with the late Mary Hurd, Mary Kay Biern, and Jack Carr, along with past docent Joanne Vinson, and our current docents Judy Nevins, Marietta Schreiber and Carole Falk.

Here is the biography Lorraine submitted to us, which is a testimony to her knowledge and involvement in all things fine.

"I was born and raised in New York City. Received Bachelor of Arts and Master of Social Work degrees from the Univ. of Illinois. Also received a Master of Fine Arts (in art history) from the Univ. of Md. I was Director of the Diane Brown Gallery in D.C. I subsequently wrote an art column and was restaurant critic for the Annapolis "Capital."

I was first Chair of Docents at the National Museum of American Art. I am currently a docent and Docent Council member at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. I have also been a docent at Paca House and LondonTowne.

I serve in the Arts Committee of Anne Arundel County and on the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors. I have been a Mitchell Gallery docent since the docent program was initiated."

Lorraine’s obituary may be found through the Legacy site:

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=lorraine-carren-wallach&pid=198946133&fhid=42144

We, at the Mitchell Gallery, send our heartfelt sympathies to her lovely husband Don and thank Lorraine in our hearts for all shared with us and the community at large.

Left to right: Mary Kay Biern, Judy Nevins, Lorraine Carren, Marietta Schreiber, Mary Hurd, and Joan Vinson.
Reception for Louise Nevelson: Selections from the Farnsworth Museum (Sept.-Oct. 2004).
The docents donned scarves and false eyelashes to mimic Nevelson.

"Arts Week shines light on exciting works... Today marks the beginning of Annapolis Arts Week, a week-long festival in A...
06/06/2021

"Arts Week shines light on exciting works... Today marks the beginning of Annapolis Arts Week, a week-long festival in Annapolis showcasing arts-based events happening during the first full week of June, from today through June 12." Includes Board member Wil Scott digital photo from the BWI Exhibit 30: “Hoof, Paw and Claw” at the BWI Airport - Presecurity Between Concourse C & D, The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Annapolis Arts Week
https://www.acaac.org/bwi-exhibit-30-hoof-paw-and-claw/

by Patrice Drago, The Sunday Capital, June 6, 2021

http://digitaledition.capitalgazette.com/infinity/article_share.aspx?guid=f4957d50-e1d6-484a-a0ee-8c477532860d

"Arts Week shines light on exciting works... Today marks the beginning of Annapolis Arts Week, a week-long festival in Annapolis showcasing arts-based events happening during the first full week of June, from today through June 12." Includes Board member Wil Scott digital photo from the BWI Exhibit 30: “Hoof, Paw and Claw” at the BWI Airport - Presecurity Between Concourse C & D, The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Annapolis Arts Week
https://www.acaac.org/bwi-exhibit-30-hoof-paw-and-claw/

by Patrice Drago, The Sunday Capital, June 6, 2021

http://digitaledition.capitalgazette.com/infinity/article_share.aspx?guid=f4957d50-e1d6-484a-a0ee-8c477532860d

Although the Gallery has been closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year we've been able to offer acclaimed onli...
05/28/2021

Although the Gallery has been closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year we've been able to offer acclaimed online content.

Nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, this past year the Mitchell Gallery drew more than 8,000 online visitors to view diverse, museum-quality exhibitions and participate in online programs, including insightful lectures and discussions, a book club, a film screening, George Winston concerts and more. The Mitchell Gallery exhibitions and most programs are free.

Stay tuned for an exciting 2021-22 online art season and an outdoor sculpture exhibition.

Due to Mellon Hall renovations the Gallery building will be closed this 2021-22 academic year. #goodthingsarecoming

Although the Gallery has been closed to the public for the 2020-21 academic year we've been able to offer acclaimed online content.

Nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, this past year the Mitchell Gallery drew more than 8,000 online visitors to view diverse, museum-quality exhibitions and participate in online programs, including insightful lectures and discussions, a book club, a film screening, George Winston concerts and more. The Mitchell Gallery exhibitions and most programs are free.

Stay tuned for an exciting 2021-22 online art season and an outdoor sculpture exhibition.

Due to Mellon Hall renovations the Gallery building will be closed this 2021-22 academic year. #goodthingsarecoming

Things to do! A selection of Summer Art Happenings compiled by Board Member Tara Clifford. If any of you will be visitin...
05/23/2021
Banneker-Douglass Museum

Things to do! A selection of Summer Art Happenings compiled by Board Member Tara Clifford.

If any of you will be visiting New York, Santa Fe or Naples, Florida, she has also included exhibition dates for Board Member Nadja Maril's father, modernist artist Herman Maril.

Art Happenings

Banneker-Douglass Museum
bdmuseum.maryland.gov
Exhibit –Black Vote Mural Project Virtual Tour

Gung Ho Museum of the Marine and Armed Services
https://www.facebook.com/Gung-Ho-Museum-Of-The-Marine-All-Of-The-Armed-Services-1291203737600995/
1426 East Fort Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Open daily by appointment. Call 24 hours in advance 410 736 8531

Longwood Gardens
longwoodgardens.org
July 3 and July 17 – Fireworks and Fountains Show

Glenstone Museum
glenstone.org
Walk the outdoor path between the Arrival Hall and the Pavilions to see the interplay between art and architecture and nature , including the 37 foot tall Split Rocker by Jeff Koons.

Herman Maril, The Herman Maril Foundation, Art Exhibits
https://m.facebook.com/Herman-Maril-334577893234302/?tsid=0.12868142086002132&source=result
hermanmaril.com
• Harmon-Meek Gallery, 382 12th Avenue South, Naples, Florida 32102 Telephone 239 261 2637 July 6 - September 30 – Provincetown Artists

• LewAllen Galleries, 1613 Paseo de Peralata, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Telephone 505 988 3250 August 27 - October 2

• Debra Force Fine Art, 13 East 69th Street, 4th Floor, New York New York 10021 Telephone 212 734 3636 September 7 – October 8

Maryland Federation of Art
mdfedart.com
Open for Entry: American Landscapes Deadline to enter July 1

Maryland Hall
marylandhall.org
May 21 at 5:30 PM Dedication of Stickwork Nature Sculpture on the front lawn by Patrick Dougherty

Public Art Murals in Annapolis

• May 22 – 2:00PM to 3:30 PM – Ribbon Cutting of Carrs Beach Mural at Park Place Maryland Cultural & Conference Center - MC3's State One Lawn, Address Artist: Comacell “Cell Spitfire” Brown

• Southeast Intersection of Spa and Sillopana Roads, Annapolis Artists: Jovenes Artistas (Youth [email protected] Hall)

• Suffragettes on State House steps in 1920, as depicted on State Circle next to State House Inn

U.S. Naval Academy Museum
usna.edu/Museum/
View 175 years of Naval Academy history.

University of Maryland University College Arts
umgc.edu/art
Exhibit: William Anderson Photography (1932-2019)

The Walters Art Museum
TheWalters.org
May 27 - July 18 – Sondheim at The Walters 15th Annual Artscape Prize featuring five artists. July 10 – award ceremony
September 18 – Exhibit: Betty Cooke: The Circle and the Line Exploring themes and expressions in Cooke’s jewelry practice for the 1940's and 1950’s to the present.

Watergate Gallery & Frame Design
2552 Virginia Ave Washington, DC 20037 Telephone: 202 338 4488
Exhibit: Inside Looking Out Artist Helen Zughaib, hzughaib.com
May 22 - 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM – Meet the Artist Reception

Banneker-Douglass Museum’s Mission and Vision As the State of Maryland’s official museum of African American heritage, the Banneker-Douglass Museum serves to document, to interpret, and to promote African American history and culture (particularly in Maryland) through exhibitions, programs, and ...

The St. John's College Community Art Exhibition displayed works from faculty, staff and students.In an effort to recogni...
05/20/2021

The St. John's College Community Art Exhibition displayed works from faculty, staff and students.

In an effort to recognize and honor our Class of 2021 artists, seniors were invited to submit artwork for consideration of the Charles Vernon Moran Prize. This year's prize was awarded to Sophia Cote (A21.) "Kudos, Sophia!"

The Charles Vernon Moran Prize was established in 1990 by Frank Katz in memory of Charles Vernon Moran, a portrait artist, instructor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and friend of St. John’s College. The Prize is awared to the senior with the best work submitted to the SJC Community Art Exhibition that demonstrates mastery of technique and original thought.

Due to de-densification the Gallery is closed to the public and open only to the college community.

Shown here are some of the works displayed.

Sophia Cote (A21) Moran Prize Winner
Tea Set, 2021. Ceramic, found wood, wire. NFS

Sera Johnson (A21)
Bedford. Oil on canvas. NFS

Adam Schulman (A21)
Self-portrait as Demiurge, 2021. Oil pastel on canvas. $250

Amy Webb (Assistant to the SJC President)
Fish. Rock, acrylic paint.

Elliott Zuckerman (Tutor, d. 2018)
Frank Kafka, date unknown. Oil on canvas. Gift to St. John’s College

With thanks and appreciation to John Schoonover and Louise Schoonover Smith for making this exhibition possible.Thank yo...
05/17/2021

With thanks and appreciation to John Schoonover and Louise Schoonover Smith for making this exhibition possible.

Thank you for editorial and webpage assistance from the St. John's Communications Staff: Jennifer Behrens, Sally McGee, and Leslie Polling, with additional support of Information Technologist Awss Al-Janabi.

We thank the following for their continuous funding and support: Anne Arundel County, Chesapeake Medical Imaging, the City of Annapolis, the Helena Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Estate of Elizabeth Myers Mitchell, the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors, Members of the Mitchell Gallery, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, the John and Hilda Moore Fund, the Lillian Vanous Nutt Mitchell Gallery Endowment, Rex and Katharine Pingle, and the Clare Eddy and Eugene V. Thaw Fine Arts Fund.

Lens & Brush: Works by Frank E. Schoonover was curated by John Schoonover, president and curator, Schoonover Studios. Organized by Lucinda Dukes Edinberg.

With thanks and appreciation to John Schoonover and Louise Schoonover Smith for making this exhibition possible.

Thank you for editorial and webpage assistance from the St. John's Communications Staff: Jennifer Behrens, Sally McGee, and Leslie Polling, with additional support of Information Technologist Awss Al-Janabi.

We thank the following for their continuous funding and support: Anne Arundel County, Chesapeake Medical Imaging, the City of Annapolis, the Helena Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Estate of Elizabeth Myers Mitchell, the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors, Members of the Mitchell Gallery, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, the John and Hilda Moore Fund, the Lillian Vanous Nutt Mitchell Gallery Endowment, Rex and Katharine Pingle, and the Clare Eddy and Eugene V. Thaw Fine Arts Fund.

Lens & Brush: Works by Frank E. Schoonover was curated by John Schoonover, president and curator, Schoonover Studios. Organized by Lucinda Dukes Edinberg.

Through May 16. Online Gallery AND Lecture!“Compatible Companions: Tools of the Illustrator,” a prerecorded lecture by A...
05/14/2021

Through May 16. Online Gallery AND Lecture!
“Compatible Companions: Tools of the Illustrator,” a prerecorded lecture by Art Educator Lucinda Edinberg. Available through May 16.
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/online-gallery
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/frank-schoonover
https://youtu.be/tcEmsJpSQBA

Lens & Brush: Works by Frank E. Schoonover

Curated by John Schoonover, president and curator, Schoonover Studios. Organized by Lucinda Dukes Edinberg.

We thank the following for their continuous funding and support: Anne Arundel County, Chesapeake Medical Imaging, the City of Annapolis, the Helena Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Estate of Elizabeth Myers Mitchell, the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors, Members of the Mitchell Gallery, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, the John and Hilda Moore Fund, the Lillian Vanous Nutt Mitchell Gallery Endowment, Rex and Katharine Pingle, and the Clare Eddy and Eugene V. Thaw Fine Arts Fund.

“LENS & BRUSH: WORKS BY FRANK E. SCHOONOVER”
April 1–May 16, 2021

Frank E. Schoonover (1877–1972) is known for his works found in Harper’s Weekly, Scribner’s, Saturday Evening Post, Ladies Home Journal, American Boy, and other publications. Schoonover—along with N.C. Wyeth, Jesse Willcox Smith, and others—was a prized student of Howard Pyle, the founder of the Brandywine School of American Illustration. Through Pyle’s encouragement, Schoonover traveled by snowshoe and dog sled across parts of Canada and North America, taking photographs of his environments that were later used as image references. This exhibition, which includes more than 40 works, provides a glimpse into Schoonover’s resources, technical skill, and creativity used for his highly acclaimed illustrations.

Curated by John Schoonover, president and curator, Schoonover Studios. Organized by Lucinda Dukes Edinberg.

We thank the following for their continuous funding and support: Anne Arundel County, Chesapeake Medical Imaging, the City of Annapolis, the Helena Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Estate of Elizabeth Myers Mitchell, the Mitchell Gallery Board of Advisors, Members of the Mitchell Gallery, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, the John and Hilda Moore Fund, the Lillian Vanous Nutt Mitchell Gallery Endowment, Rex and Katharine Pingle, and the Clare Eddy and Eugene V. Thaw Fine Arts Fund.

In 1902, McClure’s Magazine commissioned Schoonover for his first muckraking assignment for the story, “The Children of ...
05/12/2021

In 1902, McClure’s Magazine commissioned Schoonover for his first muckraking assignment for the story, “The Children of the Coal Shadow.” This story, published February 1903, exposed the wretched working conditions of young Breaker Boys in the Pennsylvania Anthracite region. Schoonover sketched and photographed life at a colliery near Scranton, Pennsylvania, for several days. The photograph and resulting drawing are iconic and compelling statements of youthful adolescence in a dark, coal environment. This photograph was taken with a flash, a new invention in photography.

Image: Photograph and drawing by Frank E. Schoonover, Breaker Boy Union Meeting, 1903, Charcoal. FES148.

Online gallery: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/online-gallery
Exhibition through May 16: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/frank-schoonover
Online lecture: https://youtu.be/tcEmsJpSQBA

In 1902, McClure’s Magazine commissioned Schoonover for his first muckraking assignment for the story, “The Children of the Coal Shadow.” This story, published February 1903, exposed the wretched working conditions of young Breaker Boys in the Pennsylvania Anthracite region. Schoonover sketched and photographed life at a colliery near Scranton, Pennsylvania, for several days. The photograph and resulting drawing are iconic and compelling statements of youthful adolescence in a dark, coal environment. This photograph was taken with a flash, a new invention in photography.

Image: Photograph and drawing by Frank E. Schoonover, Breaker Boy Union Meeting, 1903, Charcoal. FES148.

Online gallery: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/online-gallery
Exhibition through May 16: https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery/exhibits-and-programs/frank-schoonover
Online lecture: https://youtu.be/tcEmsJpSQBA

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Thought the crew at the Gallery might get a kick out of this:
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Excited to participate in this cool event curated by Lucinda Edinberg! Thanks The Mitchell Gallery!
CALL FOR ARTISTS: “En Blanc et Noir” Exhibit At Gallery 90 located at the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Maryland. Attn Photographers. Submit your Black and White Photos for the En Blanc et Noir Exhibit at the Hospice of the Chesapeake Arts Center for July 7-September 1. Must enter by June 23, 2017. Click here for more details: https://chesapeakeartscenternews.wordpress.com/…/call-for…/…
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