Montgomery County Exhibit Opens September 9th

LIVIN%20WELL%20FLYER[1]The opening reception of Living Well: Plants that Nourish and Heal – a juried exhibition of botanical art by Montgomery County visual artists – will be held 6-8 pm Friday, September 9th at The Betty Mae Kramer Gallery and Music Room. The works in this exhibition emerged from a County-wide call to artists for works of botanical art depicting plants or fungi relating to the theme “Plants that Nourish and Heal”. This exhibition was juried by Barbara Hanft, Joan Ducore, and Amina Cooper, Gallery Curator. The opening reception is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

The exhibition continues through December 9th.

The Artists:
Judy Brown, Tina Thieme Brown, Janice Browne, Heidemarie B Copiz, Jane Dowling, Jonathan Paul, Jerry Kurtzweg, Mary S. Elcano, Susannah Zak Figura, Jenny Freestone, Pamela R. Mason, Joan Marie Mathys, Cynthia G. McCormick, Marsha A. Ogden, Paula Tobenfeld, Hideko “Deko” Takahashi.

About Kramer Gallery:
The Betty Mae Kramer Gallery and Music Room is located in the Silver Spring Civic Building in downtown Silver Spring at 1 Veterans’ Place. Parking is available at the Ellsworth Street garage, just across the street.

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