Dunsmore family exhibit, Frederick Cellars, First Saturday Frederick, Richardson Studio Tour,

Congratulations!

Don Dunsmore, Jane Dunsmore, Dunsmore family exhibit, Delaplaine Visual Arts and Education Center,






Kudos to the Dunsmore Family for the great exhibit created by (pictured left to right)
Don, daughter A. Cleo Dunsmore, Jane, & daughter Kit Dunsmore at the Delaplaine Visual Arts & Education Center here in Frederick, MD. The opening reception, held Saturday afternoon was a resounding success. The large crowds visiting the exhibit all had a good time and everyone we spoke with commented on the creativity evident in the works presented by this highly artistic family. We could not agree more! If you missed the opening reception you can still see the exhibit which will be on display through November 29, 2009. Most of the pieces on exhibit are also available for purchase. Please consult the Delaplaine staff for assistance in making your purchase.




Glen Souders, Deborah Lovelace Richardson, Rebecca Jackson, Peter Plant, Frederick Cellars Winery,

We would also like to mention the exhibit Battlefield Reflections which opened this weekend at the Frederick Cellars Winery. Featuring works by talented local artists (pictured left to right) Glen Souders, Deborah Lovelace Richardson, Rebecca Jackson, and Peter Plant. The exhibit is displayed on the gallery walls of the Frederick Cellars Winery located on East Street near the historic Shab Row district. The multi artist exhibit will remain on display throughout the month of November so stop by and enjoy it if you’re in the area. All works on exhibit by the artists are available for purchase so you can take home a scene of area history created by our local talent.




Local artists Harry and Debbie Richardson open their gallery to the public each year for a spring and fall Studio Tour held at their New Market home. This event provides the public with an opportunity to meet and talk with the artists and to purchase the print, jewelry piece or glass art work you’ve had your eye on for so long.

Harry Richardson,






Harry Richardson poses in front of a series of his paintings depicting the Frederick Clustered Spires in various seasons.





Deborah Lovelace Richardson







This past weekend marked the first of the two weekends their studio will be open for the annual Fall Studio Tour and they were able to enjoy both a large turnout and picture perfect fall weather. If you did not have a chance to attend this past weekend’s open gallery be sure to visit them next weekend, November 14 & 15, 2009 for the second half of this now traditional event. The gallery will be open to the public from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Come out and enjoy the wonderful art and the tranquil scenery of Frederick County.





Debbie Richardson completes a sale for a customer while seated near a selection of the jewelry and unique glass works she has created.