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September 2015 @ Hamilton Gallery

Hamilton Gallery presents
Daniel Sherman: Artifacts of Growth and Decay

September 4 – September 27, 2015

First Friday Opening Reception – Friday, September 4, 5-9pm

Hamilton Gallery welcomes all guests and neighbors to join us in enjoying our
neighborhood and our city.

Photograph by Dan Sherman, Untitled, Orange County, NC Date: 2012. Depicts a grassfield with a cedar tree in mid field with leafless tree line just barely visible in the distance
Daniel Sherman, Untitled  |  Orange County, NC Date: 2012

In this series of photographs Daniel Sherman seeks to record the inherent beauty of the the worn down, forgotten and overlooked. Daniel works to illustrate time and history by simultaneously depicting growth and decay. Most of his subjects have long since stopped being “new” or “the best” but they record time in the details of their physical appearance.

Devoid of human subjects, many of these images still reverberate with humankind’s latent presence. Daniel works to illustrate what has been hewn from the land and subsequently, what nature has taken back.

Also exhibiting this month Hamilton Gallery artist members:
Jude Asher, Ron Cohn, Salvadore Delvisco, Ned Epps, Marcus Dagold, Amy Klainer, Karen Klinedinst, Ania Milo, Charles Mens, Bob Paulding, Lynn Poshepny, Angela Raincatcher, Theresa Reuter, Cara Sue Richard, Peter Smith, Valerie Smith, Grace Sweeney, Bridget Z. Sullivan, Richard Sullivan, Maxine Taylor, Alex Vanicky & Richard Gordon Zyne.

Hamilton Gallery
5502 Harford Road
Baltimore, 21214

GALLERY HOURS
Friday 4-8pm, Saturday noon-8pm, Sunday 11am-3pm

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FREE Kids’ Art Workshops: Hamilton Gallery
sponsored by Hamilton Arts Collective and MECU

Intro to iPhone or iPod Touch Photography for Teens
 *Free* – sponsored by MECU held at Hamilton Gallery

Saturday, August 15, 10 – noon
(2 hour workshop)

Ages 12+ with an adult.

EarlySummer©2014KarenKlinedinst_sm Join us at Hamilton Gallery to create unique photo-based art with your iPhone or iPod Touch! You’ll learn simple camera techniques that are exclusive to iPhone or iPod Touch photography; find out which apps are best for contrast, color, sharpening and stylizing your images; and study combinations of apps that transform your images into art! Workshop prerequisite: A working knowledge of your iPhone 4s, iPod Touch or later.

Artist leader – Karen Klinedinst

*Space is limited and registration required.
Please email worskhops@hamiltonarts.org to reserve your child’s spot.

A list of apps that we will use in the workshop will be emailed to you prior to the workshop. Most of the apps we’ll use in the workshop are free, but some are not. Total cost of apps used in the workshop is approximately $5.

Karen Klinedinst is an iPhoneographer, landscape photographer and graphic designer from Baltimore. She graduated with a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She has exhibited her landscape photography in galleries regionally and nationally, including a solo exhibition at Adkins Arboretum in Ridgely, MD of her landscape iPhoneography.

 


Modernist geometric painting workshop
for kids 8+ with an adult
 *Free* – sponsored by MECU held at Hamilton Gallery

Saturday August 29, 10 am – noon
(2 hour workshop)

Ages 8+ with an adult

painting_workshopJoin us at Hamilton Gallery to create a geometric patterned acrylic painting use painter’s tape to act as a resist.
All materials supplied.

Artist leader – Lynn Poshepny

*Space is limited and registration required.
Please email
worskhops@hamiltonarts.org to reserve your child’s spot.