Current Exhibition

  |     |   12/09/2016

Exhibition Opening: Friday, December 9, 2016 | 7:00 PM

Exhibition:  Friday, December 9 - Wednesday December 14, 2016

Maryland Art Place invites you to join us at our fourth annual "Under $500" affordable art sale this December! On Friday, December 9 at 7 o'clock join us for a first-come, first-served opportunity to purchase affordable and original works of art. The event will feature the work of Baltimore and surrounding area artists at a price point of $500 or less. Purchase work at any point throughout the evening and take home that night!

Guests can expect to mingle with other artists, collectors, patrons and general art enthusiasts at the event with an open wine and beer bar, along with light tastings with a holiday twist.

Tickets are $25 presale, $30 at the door. Presale tickets are avalible through Missiontix here. To pay with cash or check, please connect with Naomi at  Ticket includes snacks and drinks plus free admission to "Spin & Sell" in the MAP Underground.

MAP is collecting new toys the evening of Under $500, which will be sent to the Four Seasons on December 15 for Philanthropik's Annual Toy Drive on behalf of the Ronald McDonald House.  *Note- only new toys will be accepted.

Can't make it on Friday night? Stop into MAP the next day, Saturday, December 10 between 11a - 4p to view the remaining works for sale. This day requires no ticket and is open to the public.


Michel Anderson, Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh, Amanda Burnham, Jon Carhart, Josh Chance, Hoesy Corona, Bonnie Crawford Kotula, Teresa Duggan, Annie Farrar, Maria-Theresa Fernandes, Aubrey Garwood, Vin Grabill, Mia Halton, Sara Havekotte, Gregory Hein, Dana Holgerson, Glen Kessler, Seo Kim, Minas Konsolas, Carmen Martini, Antonio McAfee, Cara Ober, Lydia Pettit, Jan Razauskas, Wil Scott, Ginevra Shay, James Singewald, Victor Torres, Emily Uchytil, Jessie Unterhalter, Katey Truhn, Alice Valenti, Sylvie Van Helden, Emily Waters, Laddie Waters, Richard Paul Weiblinger, and Dominique Zeltzman.

Upcoming Exhibitions

What's to come at MAP

Abhidnya Ghuge & Heather Harvey


MAP presents the works of Abhidnya Ghuge & Heather Harvey

~ a double solo exhibition exploring space intervention & materials use

Exhibition:  January 19th - March 11, 2017

Opening Reception:  January 19th, 2017 at 6pm

Abhidnya Ghuge (Texas)

"Abhidnya Ghuge is a multidisciplinary installation artist using printmaking techniques on paper plates to create site-responsive installations. Beginning with a birch wood panel that she carves to create the woodblock, Ghuge prints thousands of paper plates with it and then uses them to transform the space allowing the viewer to walk through and into the installation.

Originally from India, a dermatologist by pervious profession, Abhidnya draws inspiration from Indian henna designs, the microscopic and macroscopic world (referencing her previous medical profession) and current cultural landscape of America. Her work celebrates patterns, organic forms and allows for a rich sensory and spatial experience." -Abhidnya Ghuge

Heather Harvey (Maryland)

"Heather Harvey creates site-specific installations and objects that straddle traditional boundaries between painting, drawing and sculpture. She is interested in hidden infrastructures and invisible ordering mechanisms – things like gravity, quantum physics, and radio waves, but also the human body, memory, and contradictory emotions like aversion and affection. Her work is suggestive of mental and emotional landscapes and internal unfolding thought processes. Harvey exploits materials’ inherent qualities to yield philosophical and mechanical insights into how the physical world operates and what it means to inhabit a body. Through minimal means and everyday materials the familiar is made strange again." -Heather Harvey

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