McBride Gallery is hosting “Spring Inspirations…A Feast for the Eyes,” featuring five painters and two sculptors and a graphite draftsman, just in time for Annapolis Arts Week, the first week in June. The show will run through July 18.
Fraternal twin brothers Stewart and Stephen Wegner have a selection of bronze sculptures including butterflies, a horseshoe crab and blue crabs. Sherrill Cooper is introducing her “Crabby Old Men” series and Vova Piven is arriving from Ukraine with a selection of new oil paintings of florals, mysterious forests and action sailing.
Sam Robinson is including new landscapes and interiors in gouache and oil. Christopher Best is enjoying his “dog fetching” series as well as paintings of Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay. David Lawton has started a series of museum visitors as well as his favorite florals and landscapes. Maryland graphite artist Terry Miller, coming from a solo museum show, has new images of forests and favorite farm life and wildlife. It is a feast for the eyes.