The lineup includes Pete Cosby, Patrick Henry, Randy Hofman, Parker Nicholls, Brooke Rogers, Deborah Rolig and Peggy Warfield.
Works will be displayed beginning in November and with an artists’ reception during
“We are excited to showcase some of the best in local art and talent,” said gallery manager Gail Lewis. “Each artist brings his or her own style from traditional landscapes to modern interpretations. The show is guaranteed to offer something for everyone.”
Nationally recognized artist Fitzgerald will be headlining the show with his latest series of landscapes. Fitzgerald has been painting for over 30 years and holds a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA under full fellowship from
Biblical sand sculptor Hofman has been painting since childhood. The Ocean Pines artist paints scenes from Assateague with interwoven religious interpretations.
In 1999, Nicholls, also from
The narrative quality of Snow Hill-based artist Rolig’s paintings combined with the juxtaposition of bits of realism on an abstract field captures a broad audience. The rich textures and many layers of color give the viewer a sense of the evolution of each painting.
Artist Warfield ventured into watercolor painting over 23 years ago later to discover collaging. She feels that the art of collage allows the viewer to become a participant by attaching his or her own meaning to the work.
All of these local artists are on display now through the end of the month. The Water’s Edge Gallery is in downtown
2 South Main St.