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Gallery Tour: Columbia Art Center & Artist Interviews

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Gallery Tour: Columbia Art Center & Artist Interview
Take a tour of the Columbia Art Center and meet artist Nancy Mackintosh who shares an exclusive look at some of the great work currently on exhibit. Columbia Art Center offers art classes in Columbia, MD and is dedicated to providing artistic experiences in the visual arts for all ages & interests and join with local arts organizations.
Visionary Women 2021 Edna Knox Davin Interview
Born and raised in Washington, DC, Edna Knox Davin is a sculptor who currently works as a Kiln Technician at the Columbia Art Center and resides in Columbia, Maryland.
Visionary Women 2021 Fariba Gheisour Interview
Fariba Ghisor is an Iranian-American artist who is working as a full-time professional painter in Maryland. Fariba studied art at the Art Institute in Tehran. She established her own art studio in 1995 in Tehran where she developed art courses and taught painting classes to students in different age groups, particularly at the college level.
Visionary Women 2021 Kathy Daywalt Interview
Kathy Daywalt is a prolific working artist with over 40 years of successful experience in a variety of mediums. Her award-winning works have been included in numerous juried exhibitions and one-person shows.
Visionary Women 2021 Sarah Matthews Interview
Sarah Matthews is a printmaker and book artist. Her work has been exhibited in the US and is a part of the permanent collections of Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, George Washington University’s Gelman Library, University of Puget Sound.
Visionary Women 2021 Wendy Ng Interview
Wendy Ng loves the play of light and shadows as they affect her perception of shapes and textures. Her early art training in Hong Kong, where she grew up, and her formal science education all contributed towards her current artistic expressions.
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Wendy Ng loves the play of light and shadows as they affect her perception of shapes and textures. Her early art training in Hong Kong, where she grew up, and her formal science education all contributed towards her current artistic expressions. She uses her current art interest in decorated eggs and colored pencils to demonstrate topics that interest her and reflect her world view. She currently exhibits at Horsespirits Art Gallery in Savage Mill.  


Comment about work: As with humans, there is great diversity in chicken eggs. This tray of all chicken egg shells shows off their variations in size, shape, exterior and interior color, thickness and strength, and distinctive markings. All different and fragile, yet all are beautiful with great compressive strength. The decorated eggs in the piece were done with traditional Ukrianian egg dyes or Micron ink pens.


A Fragile Diversity #1

Mixed media

10" x 10" x 2.5" 

$250

  • Year
    2021
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States