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.

 

Frederick County Public Schools Academy of Fine Arts

Works in a variety of media
March 6-28

Meghan Kiessling

Students from the FCPS Academy for the Fine Arts at Governor Thomas Johnson High School display their works in a variety of media for this Youth Art Month exhibition.

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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.

Frederick County Public Schools Faculty Exhibition

Works in a variety of media
March 6-March 28

“Low Cloud Formation” by Jeff Bohlander

A salute to the FCPS educators who make Youth Art Month possible, the Delaplaine invites faculty artists to showcase their talents beyond the classroom.

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Frederick County Public Schools All-County Student Art Show (Online Only) 

Works in a variety of media
Opens Online March 6

Hailey S. from Urbana High School

Click here to view the High School exhibition

Click here to view the Middle School exhibition

Click here to view the Elementary School exhibition

Jim Roberts

Anatomy of a Lie
Mixed Media
February 6-February 28

Culture of a Lie

Roberts exhibition contains work that, at its core, is a sculptural examination of our nation’s current political environment, specifically the multiple and intricate webs of deception that power its operation.  Robert’s work examines how information is created, reconfigured, and spread to create a narrative that furthers a particular end.

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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.

Maryland Pastel Society

Symphony in Color
Pastel
February 6-March 28

“Drive By Donkey” by Susan Gleason

This exhibition features original, soft pastel paintings by members of the Maryland Pastel Society, showcasing this versatile medium’s variety of subjects, styles, and techniques.

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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.

Christopher Corson

Visible
Pit-fired sculpture
January 2-February 28

Plinth

Themes such as consciousness, empathy, and relationship inform Corson’s sculptural work. The pit-fired stoneware clay holds depth and dimension in the emotional content in each 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.

 

 

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