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Maryland Arts Festival

The Maryland Festival of the Arts was held from September 17-18 in Downtown Silver Spring. At the festival, visitors had the opportunity to purchase over 10,000 pieces of original art including paintings, sculptures, photography, jewelry, digital art, glass, fiber, ceramics, and mixed-media pieces.

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Bjorke Designs repurpose granite remnants by handcrafting them into unique serving trays, as shown here. Each piece is individually selected for its natural beauty and rich tones.

Bjorke Designs repurpose granite remnants by handcrafting them into unique serving trays, as shown here. Each piece is individually selected for its natural beauty and rich tones.1Picture by Lark EaglinHere is the fine work of Charles E. Hull. At the festival, his wife was selling these printings along with other ones of various fruits and vegetables.2Picture by Lark EaglinScott Causey's electric fired ceramic animals bestride with confidence the gap between the self-consciously primitive and the sophisticated.3Picture by Lark EaglinThese Firehead Torches create a unique ambiance for outdoor events, pools, patios, or gardens.4Picture by Lark EaglinB-muses creates different art like this chair. They describe it as a culmination of their love for "faces, collected trinkets, polymer clay, beads and paint.".5Picture by Lark EaglinThis piece of art is a culmination of various furniture parts, including pieces of drift wood, and license plates.6Picture by Lark EaglinJohn Zidek created this hand-blown glass and copper sculpture.7Picture by Lark EaglinOn display were these little toy trains that attracted the attention of many children as the trains went around and around the miniature train tracks.8Picture by Lark EaglinOn display were these hand-crafted metal sculptures done by Greg and Rachel MacKenzie.9Picture by Lark EaglinThese acrylic sculptures were done by Barry Cohen, an artist from Florida.10Picture by Lark EaglinToward the end of the festival we see people packing up and getting ready to go home after a long day of advertising.11Picture by Lark Eaglin"My work in clay is fun, functional and designed to make people smile," says the artist,Toni-Macri Reiner.12Picture by Lark EaglinMark Nelson designed this sterling silver collection.13Picture by Lark Eaglin

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  • blazer on September 22, 2011 at 6:36 AM
    if your gonna go to an art gallery, take artsy photos..
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