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September Exhibits at the Art League of Ocean City

Courtesy of the Art League of Ocean City

The Ocean City Center for the Arts is offering both in-person and online exhibits for September. Artists hope to inspire creativity and innovation.

An online video displaying the gallery shows will be available Friday, September 4th on Facebook Live or at https://artleagueofoceancity.org

Also, on September 4th, the physical galleries at the Arts Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., providing visitors with an additional three hours to look around. Face coverings are required, and capacity will be limited to accommodate social distancing. Admission is free.

“While this is not going to be our normal First Friday party reception with food and drink, we are hoping a small gathering of art lovers will inspire creativity and be a bit of fun, something we all could use a dose of right now,” said Rina Thaler, executive director of the Art League.

Exhibits

The Thaler Gallery will feature “Patterns,” a group show featuring 2D and 3D creations. Christopher Harrington, chair of the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, will judge each work.

In the Galleria“Artists Paint OC: Plein Air Event,” will be on display once again. These works were painted in and around Ocean City. “This is one more opportunity to see the wonderful paintings created by our plein air artists in August, and also to take home a masterpiece for your own home or business,” Thaler added.

Courtesy of the Art League of Ocean City. “52 Leaves” by Carol Rydel.

Studio E will display “52 Leaves,” a collection of mosaics for every week of the year. Carol Rydel of Fenwick Island uses unique colors, shapes, and textures to illustrate each season and week.

The Spotlight Gallery will house Helen Smith’s “Pattern in Art and Nature.” Patterns convey balance, contrast, harmony, movement, and rhythm. Smith’s art fosters an emotional response from viewers.

According to a press release, Nancy Jarvis of Ocean Pines is the artisan for September. ” She creates visual pictures in 2D and 3D collage using vintage costume jewelry, and also creates seascapes under glass domes, mah jongg necklaces, and items made from seashells.”

Visitors can check out the exhibits through September 26th.

The Arts Center is offering several in-person and online classes. For more information, click here.

Logan Dubel
Logan Dubel is a contributor for OceanCity.com. You can catch his newscast, This Week in Ocean City, on our YouTube channel, SeeOC. He is a Baltimore County native, recent Franklin High School graduate, and will begin college in fall 2022 at the University of Texas at Austin. He joined the OceanCity.com team in June 2020. In addition, he serves as a freelance writer and intern for the Art League of Ocean City and the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. Logan has a strong passion for covering the news and its impact on Marylanders. Since arriving at OceanCity.com, he has covered the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, interviewed newsmakers such as First Lady Yumi Hogan, Mayor Rick Meehan, and members of the City Council, featured local businesses, and covered local events. In high school, he served as public address announcer, welcoming fans for soccer, football, basketball, field hockey, and lacrosse games. Logan was also the news and managing editor for The Gazette. Additionally, Logan was involved with Franklin's internationally recognized mock trial team and previously studied in a legal reasoning mentorship at Vanderbilt University. In March 2021, Logan was a finalist for Student Member of the Baltimore County Board of Education.

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