Maryland Art League Featured in New Exhibit at Wilde Lake’s Bernice Kish Gallery

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The Bernice Kish Gallery, 10400 Cross Fox Lane, Columbia, Maryland, is pleased to announce a group exhibit in the galleries for June – August. The Maryland Art League will have a mixed media exhibit in the galleries June 6 – August 15.

The Maryland Art League is a non-profit organization of approximately 70 artists working in a wide variety of media such as painting, photography, pottery, porcelain, sculpture, weaving, collage, jewelry and stained glass.


They sponsor lectures, trips, workshops and demonstrations to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. They also offer opportunities for artists to exhibit their works through juried art exhibitions, such as the one at Slayton House Gallery. For more information about the Maryland Art League, please go to

There will be a reception on Sunday, June 9, from 6-8pm. The public is invited to attend. Refreshments and music will be provided. For more information, call 410-730-3987 or 301-596-4883.



Monday-Thursday           9am – 9pm

Friday                                  9am – 5pm

Saturday                             9am – 2pm

Sunday                               CLOSED 

Summer Gallery Hours (beginning June 24):

Monday-Thursday          12-1pm; 3:30-9pm

Friday                                  12-1pm; 3:30-5pm

Saturday                             9am-noon

The Bill White Room Gallery is also used for meetings and classes. Please call to check availability of viewing artwork in this gallery.


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