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 Arts Association

Members Exhibition
Works in a variety of media
January 2-31

Painting by Chris Madden

The annual FCAA exhibition features artworks in a variety of media, including fiber, photography, sculpture, and more. Vote for your favorite artwork; FCAA will recognize the piece with the most votes as the 2021 People’s Choice Award Winner.

Click here to view a virtual overview of the exhibition. 
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.

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

Maremi Andreozzi

Lady Lineage
Acrylic paintings
December 5–January 31

Catherine de Medici

Andreozzi’s paintings reintroduce female artists, queens, pirates, witches, warriors, and more through a contemporary lens and allow a renewed study of their narratives. By examining the power of recording, archiving, and remembering, a new, more inclusive conversation emerges.

Click here to view the virtual exhibition. 
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.

Ken Bachman

Structural Perspectives
Oil paintings
December 5–January 31

Parkway Glow

Bachman abandons the commonality of certain scenes by manipulating perspective, light, shadow, and color to create newly unique locations on canvas.

Click here to view the virtual exhibition. 
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.

 

 

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