Chesapeake Arts Exhibit: Nicole Caracia, George Maloney, and Donna Long
Maryland native, George Maloney calls upon the rural landscape of farmland, marshes, rivers and creeks and the coast of Maryland and the Delmarva Peninsula as inspiration for his work. They are intended to remind the viewer of the solitary journey each of us is on as we travel the road of life.
A California native, Donna Long was born and raised in Los Angeles in a family rich in music and art. As a child, her uncle Pete Long, a cartoonist and watercolorist from Seattle, instilled in her a great love for art and particularly plein air painting. A professional musician, Donna moved to Baltimore in the early 1980's where she has remained. Since then, Donna has continued to paint at every opportunity and has been instructed by John Sills and Lisa Mitchell at the Zoll School Atelier.
Nicole Caracia is a professional photographer specializing in landscape, wedding, and concert photography. She is also a co-owner of Charm City Studios. Charm City Studios specializes in wedding, special events, and family portraits. Her work has been featured on the front cover of the Annapolis Whats Up magazine, The Severna Park Voice and in the Maryland Tourism Magazine. She has been in multiple galleries located in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City, including in the largest exhibit at the Baltimore Washington International Airport. Art has always been a large part of her life; she enjoys photography because she can capture the moment.Visit Event Website for More Info
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