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Visit Gallery Row's Annapolis Collection Gallery

Visit Gallery Row's Annapolis Collection Gallery

spend an evening on Annapolis' Gallery Row in the heart of the Annapolis Arts District

 

 

Burton Blistein Sculptures

Burton Blistein Sculptures

The end is in the beginning, yet you go on.
Samuel Beckett,  "Endgame"

 

 

Little Feat musician Bill Payne art exhibit

Little Feat musician Bill Payne art exhibit

Bill Payne, Jim Lauderdale and Billy Thompson

ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND March 23,  2016 -- Bill Payne enjoyed the company of guests and friends at his late night art reception following his March 23 Rams Head show. Not only is he one of rock’s most talented keyboardists and songwriters, Little Feat's co-founder Bill Payne is a gifted photographer. A selection of his stunning images will exhibit in the gallery throughout March.

 

Guns N' Roses Rock Star Steven Adler art exhibit

Guns N' Roses Rock Star Steven Adler art exhibit

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NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest

NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest

Black Rhinoceros stopped by the Annapolis Collection Gallery on a cold Wednesday evening to record their entry for the NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest. It's Ahren Buchheister on Guitar and Erin Snedecor on Cello. The Tiny Desk Concert series is a webcast hosted by Bob Boilen at NPR national headquarters in DC. He brings in music groups to play a 3 song set at his "Tiny Desk" in the middle of the office during everyone's lunch hour.

Black Sabbath Rock Star Bill Ward art exhibit

Black Sabbath Rock Star Bill Ward art exhibit

"...The feedback I've received from everyone about this project has been astounding... I want to thank the Annapolis Collection Gallery... I am honored that they are exhibiting my art."  -- BILL WARD, Black Sabbath drummer

 

 

Red Carpet on Gallery Row under the Super Moon

Red Carpet on Gallery Row under the Super Moon

Historic Annapolis' first block of West Street celebrated its annual Gallery Row Red Carpet gala under the super moon! It was the biggest moon of the year shinning over one of Annapolis' biggest events of the year -- excluding of course the Fringe Festive, the Chocolate Binge Festival, the First Sunday Arts Festivals, the summer nights of Dining Under the Stars, the holiday Canopy of Lights, etc. etc. etc. all which have been made possible by the sole efforts of owners of historic West Street businesses.

The Annapolis Collection Gallery is devoted to six Annapolis masters who've achieved recognition for their artistic talents, here and abroad. The gallery is on the first block of historic West Street, off Church Circle, only 7 doors from Rams Head and in the heart of the Annapolis Arts District.
 
 
 
Upcoming Events

May 19 - June 19

An Evening with Shannon Troxler

An Evening with Shannon Troxler

Dancing Cranes, oil on silverleaf, on exhibit at the Annapolis Collection Gallery

MEET THE ARTIST
Saturday, May 19th, 6:30-9pm

Shannon Troxler is a graduate of the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore, Maryland where she learned to appreciate the craft of art and the traditions of the old masters. Troxler continued her studies with David Laffel at the Art Students League in New York City where she learned a deep appreciation for the craft of classical art.

Her current exhibit shows her appreciation for Asian art. She has created a series of paintings on gold and silver leaf with each piece focusing on bold composition and elegant line. Her images are rooted in nature but take flight in whimsical imagination with Asian inspired touches.

Meet artist Shannon Troxler at her opening reception on Gallery Row at the Annapolis Collection Gallery 6:30-9pm Saturday, May 19, 2018.

 

June 1 - September 15

Portraits of the Founding Fathers

Portraits of the Founding Fathers

Amm Munro Wood in the gallery with three of her oil paintings of our founding fathers.

 

July 2 - September 15

Jay Fleming revolving exhibit

Jay Fleming revolving exhibit

LADY WITH CIGAR
A Cuban woman dressed in all white – traditional clothing for people practicing Santeria – poses for a portrait near the plaza de San Francisco in Havana, Cuba. This photograph was captured by Jay Fleming while spending 28 days in Cuba in January 2017. Signed, framed and available in the gallery.

 

July 7 - October 15

Huey P. Newton

Huey P. Newton

Huey P. Newton by Jeff Huntington

You can jail a revolutionary, but you can't jail the revolution.

Social activist Huey P. Newton was born on February 17, 1942 in Monroe, Louisiana. The youngest of seven siblings, he and his family moved to Oakland, California when Newton was a toddler. Although Newton graduated high school in 1959, he was considered barely literate. He began to take his education seriously finding inspiration when his older brother Melvin earned a masters in social work. Newton became his own teacher and taught himself how to read. In the mid 1960s he decided to pursue his education at Merritt College where he met Bobby Seale. Togther they established the African-American political organization the Black Panther Party where he bacame a leading figure in the Black Power movement of the 1960s.

Huey P. Newton continued to pursue graduate studies, eventually earning a PhD in social philosophy from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1980. In 1989 he was shot and killed in Oakland, California.

The revolution has always been in the hands of the young. The young always inherit the revolution.
-- Huey P. Newton

 

September 3 - October 15

Portraits by Jeff Huntington

Portraits by Jeff Huntington

portrait of Jose Rizal by Jeff Huntington

Jose Rizal was a genius and polymath who advocated for human rights during Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines. He was executed at the age of 35. This portait by Jeff Huntington is one of several oil and acrylic works on exhibit inside the Annapolis Collection Gallery.