The Elkton Station Gallery is a key participant in the Elkton Arts and Entertainment District. The Performing Arts Hall and the Elkton Station Art Gallery feature performances, special events and art exhibits where you can always expect the unexpected.
Student artwork is also featured in the gallery. Each semester students participate in a fine art exhibit and pottery sale. Ceramics students help organize and create artwork for the pottery sales, which are held in conjunction with the Fine Arts Student Exhibits each semester. Art majors in their final semester present their capstone exhibit as part of the Fine Arts Student Exhibit.
Elkton Station Gallery Exhibits — August - December 2014
|Date and Time
|Opening reception Aug. 1, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Aug. 27
Featuring a selection of work by Cecil College students.
|Opening reception Sept. 5, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Sept. 24
|Daydreaming in the Land O' Make Believe with Sharon O'Brien Huey
Sharon describes her work as "artography." She alters her photographs using software programs and techniques she developed over the last two years. The results are unique images that welcome the viewer into environments of magical realism.
|Opening reception Oct. 3, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Oct. 29
|Patterns of Abstraction: Anastasia Tsigounis
Anastasia is an eclectic artist employing a wide range of techniques and media. Much of her work is a commentary on human life, mortality and our connections to one another.
|Opening reception Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Nov. 24
|Ceramics with Susan Amadio
Susan creates ceramic figurative sculptures and mosaic designs. Multiple textures and earth-toned colors are heightened by raku firing.
|Opening reception Dec. 5, 5-8 p.m.
Pottery Sale 2-8 p.m.
Exhibit through Jan. 15
|A Taste of the Arts: Fine Arts Student Exhibit
The exhibit features drawings, paintings, designs, sculpture and ceramics by Cecil College students. The show highlights work selected by the art faculty and represents the range of artwork being created in the art program.
For more information about upcoming exhibits, view the current brochure or visit us on Facebook.