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December 16, 2019 - April 17, 2020

What’s Up? Media Exhibit 10: “Bright as Day, Dark as Night”

201 Defense Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401 | Second Floor

Bright as Day, Dark as Night is about exploring two contrasting elements and bringing them together into one exhibition. Artists are encouraged to fuse the concept of light or dark into their work – whether that is through the visual aspect or the content itself.

What’s Up? Media new exhibit displays the beautiful two-dimensional work of local Anne Arundel County artists. Exhibits rotate every four months, each with a new theme. This exhibit is located at 201 Defense Highway in Annapolis. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 6 PM.

Please join us for our 10th Exhibit of Whats Up? Media’s Party for the Arts: Bright as Day, Dark as Night. You will have a chance to meet the artists, vote for your favorite artwork and enjoy lite fair and drinks on Wednesday January 29th, 2020 at the What’s Up? Media Gallery. Located on the Second Floor of 201 Defense Highway in Annapolis. RSVP HERE!


Mike Clemens – “Annapolis Night”, “Going Down East Street” (featured image above), “Looking Toward Church and State”

Carolyn Councell – “City Lights”, “Past & Present”, “Lunchtime in Venice”

Karen Degraffenreid – “Moonlit Marshes”

James Desautels – “Forest Promise”, “Coast of Maine”

Catherine Fuller – “Balancing Act”, “Journey”, “Treasure Map”

Merrilyne Hendrickson – “High House Sunset”, “Eclipse”, “Yacht Club Reflections”

Christalene Karaiskakis – “Rise Above”, “Embrace the Light Within”, “Inner Journey”

Lucretia Krick – “Farewell to the Farm”

Laura Laird – “Semper Fi”

John O’Neill – “Waterman’s Necessities”, “November Sky”

Walter Payne – “Dock in Clouds”, “Abandoned, not forgotten”, “2017 Eclipse Diamond Ring”, “Sailboat at Sunrise”, “Baltimore Domino”, “Wiping Her Eyes”

Bob Peterson – “Annapolis Harbor”, “Hooper Strait Light”, “Mahan Hall”, “Downrigging”, “Tug”, “Power Plant”

Betty Pethel – “Light of the World”, “The Red Scarf”

Wil Scott – “Lost”, “Phantoms”, “Our Beach”

Linda Sine – “Dark and Stormy Night”

Debra Soreff – “Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset”, “Glow Within”

Tony Spencer – “Poe’s Raven”

Jen Sterling – “Phlegethon”

To view the online gallery of artwork, click here!


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