Maryland Art Place invites you to join us at our first "Under $500" affordable art sale this December!
Please join us on Friday, December 13 at 7 o'clock 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 can be purchased through MissionTix for $40 Pre-Sale, or purchase for $50 at the door.
Can't make it on Friday night? Stop into MAP the next day, Saturday, December 14 between 11a - 4p to view the remaining works for sale. This day requires no ticket and is open to the public.
UNDER $500 Committee: Todd Harvey, chair, Liz Wade Cairns, Diane Cho, Brooke Hall, Bill Mangham, Stacey Murray, Deborah Patterson, Will Runnebaum
Artists: Michel Anderson, Amy Boone-McCreesh, Matt Bovie, Laure Drogoul, Sarah Eargle, Jill Fannon, Eric Garner, Martha Gatewood, Dawn Gavin, JM Giordano, Claire Girodie, Shana Goetsch, Mia Halton, Richard Holt, Jason Hoylman, Chandi Kelley, Joanna King, Karen Klinedinst, Carol Lareuse, Nate Larson, Andrew Liang, Kim Llerena, Matthew Mann, Mike McConnell, Brian Miller, Matt Muirhead, Charles Nesci, Cara Ober, Christopher Owen, Jascha Owens, Dan Perkins, Adrienne Price, Jan Razauskas, Marie Ringwald, Chris Saah, Barry Schmetter, Paul Shortt, Linda Smith, Murray Taylor, David Terrar, Regina Tumasella, Emily Uchytil, James Von Minor, Liz Wade, Ruth Wetzel and Ran Zeimer.
Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.