- BIAS – fashion reaction Exhibition May 2-31, Opening Reception May 3 – 5-9 pm.
- Chesapeake Watershed Exhibition continues at Maryland Science Center
- Hamilton Gallery Exhibiting Artist Membership Jury drop off
Hamilton Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition BIAS – fashion reaction juried by Baltimore fashion designer Julie Bent May 2-31. Artists’ working in a variety of media explore the role of fashion in our lives. “Fashion is a river running through the landscape of human experience. It defines future eras and responds to current societal trends. Fashion is embedded with commentary on our culture. It is a window into people’s desires and a harbinger of things to come.” JB
Julie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from Alfred University and Certificates in Apparel Design and Patternmaking from the Baltimore City Community College. The exploration of fashion has grounded her work as an artist across numerous media, including printmaking, video, glass, neon, and currently garment design.
Julie has presented at Baltimore Fashion Week and RAW Artists. She collaborated with Form Boutique to create an exclusive collection for the store. Other collaborations include work with Red Prairie Press and Radica Textiles. Her personal line is Julie Bent, and her work as a designer and stylist can be viewed at juliebent.com.
Hamilton Gallery is excited to continue the exhibition Chesapeake Watershed – place+community+life at the Maryland Science Center May 1-31. Chesapeake Watershed is a contemporary art exhibit featuring the many ways local artists experience and depict the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The exhibition was organized in concert with the Maryland Science Center’s Science Café - held on Tuesday April 9, 2013 at Clementine’s restaurant. Chesapeake Watershed was first displayed at the Hamilton Gallery April 5-27 and now a portion of the exhibition is on view at the Maryland Science Center May 1-31. Note: there is an entrance fee to the Maryland Science Center.