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Re: Artists Books Exhibition, Baltimore, MD



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"Kings, Hummingbirds & Monsters: Artist's Books at Evergreen"
 Evergreen House, 4545 North Charles St.
 Baltimore, MD  (410-516-0341)

 Opening Reception: 5 to 8 pm, Friday, October 12
 Exhibit continues through Feb. 28, 2002
 Hours: Mon. - Fri. 10 - 4; Sat. and Sun. 1 - 4

 Twenty artists (ten who make artists books, ten who have never
 made them) were invited to make a new book inspired by one from
 the collection of the Garrett Library at Evergreen House.

 http://www.jhu.edu/historichouses/

 Artists include:

 Maria Anasazi, Frederick, MD
 Carol Barton, Glen Echo, MD
 Roberley Bell, Batavia, NY
 Peter Bruun, Glen Arm, MD
 Martha Carothers, Newark, DE
 Laura Davidson, Boston, MA
 Linda DePalma, Baltimore, MD
 Olethea DeVane, Ellicott City, MD
 John Henley, Chicago, IL
 Colin Ives, Baltimore, MD
 Kevin McDonald, Silver Spring, MD
 Janet Maher, Baltimore, MD
 Jo Rango, Las Cruces, NM
 Gail Rebhan, Washington, DC
 William Smith, Philadelphia, PA
 Laurie Snyder, Baltimore, MD
 Tanja Softic, Richmond, VA
 Suzanne Solis, Arlington, VA
 Louise B. Wheatley, Joppa, MD
 John Wood, Baltimore, MD

 Five Evenings in the Library:

 Each evening the rare book librarians of The Johns Hopkins
 University will show the books selected by four of the exhibiting
 artists. The viewing in the Garrett Library at Evergreen will be
 followed by a tour of the exhibition and a careful investigation
 of those four artists' new books. These evenings will be
 Tuesdays, from 5:30 tp 7:30 pm, October 23, November 13 and
 27, and January 8 and 29. ($8 for Evergreen members, $10 for
 non-members)

 A simultaneous exhibition is on display at the Johns Hopkins
 Library  (33rd and North Charles) of previous artists books
 made by ten of the artists in the Evergreen show.


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        Janet Maher
        Assistant Professor, Fine Arts/Studio
        Loyola College in Maryland
        410-617-5545, jmar@qis.net

        http://www.qis.net/~jmar/index.balto.html
        http://www.artmattersonline.net

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