Current Exhibitions


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.

Join us every First Saturday for a building-wide exhibits reception, 3-5 pm. View upcoming dates here. Admission to our galleries is free!

Frederick County Art Association | Members Exhibit

Works in a variety of media
January 4–26

Fog on the Mountain by Mary Sciré, 2019 FCAA People’s Choice Winner

An annual exhibition of artworks submitted by FCAA members. Mediums include fiber, photography, sculpture, and more. Vote for your favorite work of art at the opening reception on First Saturday, January 4. FCAA will recognize the piece with the most votes as the 2020 People’s Choice award winner.

Sarah Jane Stoll | Dusk

Large-format oil paintings
January 4–March 1

Meditating on the Sofa by Sarah Jane Stoll

With an emphasis on figures and their place within an environment of painterly abstraction, Dusk delves into the complexities of dream realms, mythological feminine archetypes, and symbols of nature. By manipulating paint through a combination of squeegee dragging, palette knife scraping, masking, and marbling techniques, Stoll captures realism as it dissipates into a dream-like abstraction.

Tracey Ellis-Guss | An Enduring Spirit

January 4–March 1

The Beauty of Hands and Feet by Tracey Ellis-Guss

In this series of black-and-white photography, Ellis-Guss documents the physical changes experienced by a friend as she underwent chemotherapy. With photos that span a four-month period, An Enduring Spirit offers a glimpse into the inner growth of its model, and the lasting effects on those around her.

Tali Margolin | Preserving Memories

Mixed-media 2-D
January 4–March 1

Place by Tali Margolin

Preserving Memories draws from the artist’s experiences with immigration to unravel the concept of home and the process of memory-making. By reworking and layering photographs of everyday objects, familiar structures, and generic landscapes, Margolin guides the viewer to create associations within their own memories.



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