ON EXHIBITION

The Delaplaine offers five galleries on two floors showcasing local, regional, and national artists. In addition, the Community Art Gallery features artworks from local schools and nonprofit organizations, and the Community Outreach Gallery features artwork created through our Community Outreach programs partnerships. The Delaplaine also operates three satellite galleries in partnership with Frederick County Public Libraries.

View upcoming exhibitions here. Admission to our galleries is free!

PLEASE NOTE: All programs and dates are subject to change. See the Scheduling Announcements page for changes.

Baltimore Watercolor Society

Watercolor
October 3–November 1

Untethered by Stacy Lund

A juried selection of recent artworks by the signature members of one of America’s oldest watercolor societies.

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We suggest viewing the exhibition with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on a desktop or laptop for a self-guided experience. Click any artwork, label, or gallery to zoom in. 

Tree Spirits

Woodturnings accompanied by works in a variety of media
October 3–November 1

Pagoda Cairn by David Swiger

Selected woodturners from throughout Maryland join artistic forces with local Frederick artists for an exhibition of handcrafted woodturning presented alongside tree-inspired paintings, carvings, and photographs.

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We suggest viewing the exhibition with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on a desktop or laptop for a self-guided experience.

 

FOCUS: Thomas Bond

Space
Photography & video
October 3–November 29

Space IV

Bond’s photographs incorporate the art of fashion in an ongoing effort to challenge conventional thought and societal norms in Western society, focusing on the Black experience in the U.S.

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We suggest viewing the exhibition with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on a desktop or laptop for a self-guided experience. Click any artwork, label, or gallery to zoom in. 

 

FOCUS: Beamie Young

Tonality
Photography
October 3–November 29

Air

Since winning Best in Show in the Delaplaine’s 2016 National Juried Photography Exhibition, Young has continued to survey the visual world around her through her use of black and white photography. By highlighting the tonal range of each of her subjects, Young presents viewers with light and shape in their most pure form. 

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We suggest viewing the exhibition with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on a desktop or laptop for a self-guided experience. Click any artwork, label, or gallery to zoom in. 

 

Skip Lawrence

The Crowd
Mixed-media paintings
September 5–November 1

Personalities

A series of abstract portraiture depicting personalities both already known, and yet to be known. By using unrecognizable form and muted tone, Lawrence invites viewers to identify their own familiarities.

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We suggest viewing the exhibition with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge on a desktop or laptop for a self-guided experience. Click any artwork, label, or gallery to zoom in. 

 

Support free, visual arts exhibitions in our community! 
The Art of Giving
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