Main Gallery

Hours: Seven days a week, 10 am-5 pm (closed major holidays)
Admission is FREE to the galleries and gallery receptions.
Contact us for visits to the galleries after 5 pm (Monday-Thursday).

  1. Relics and Prospects
  2. 49th Annual Laurel Art Guild
  3. Mike McConnell
  4. 37th Annual Sculpture Exhibit

Black History Month Exhibitions

January 13-February 25, 2018

Relics and Prospects

Public Reception: Saturday, February 10, 1-3 pm

Montpelier Arts Center is proud to honor Black History Month through an exhibition of contemporary artwork that reflects the lives and perspectives of African American experience. Using symbolism and found objects, artists explore the journey and history of being black through painting, mixed media, and sculpture.

Library Gallery

The Library Gallery at Montpelier Arts Center highlights local artists selected by a juror, Cara Ober, an award-winning artist, teacher, curator, writer, and founder of BmoreArt, an online journal that provides creative and critical coverage of the Baltimore cultural landscape, was the juror for the 2017-2018 Library Gallery Competition.

  1. Steven Silberg
  2. Leah Taylor
  3. Artists on the Rise
  4. Bonnie Crawford Kotula
  5. Neil Feather

Steven Silberg: In Care of the White House


Public Reception: Saturday, February 10, 1-3 pm

In Care of the White House presents a selection of documents and reproduced artworks sent to and from the White House, demonstrating the tradition of communication between citizen and government. Steven H. Silberg is an image-influenced, material-based, process-oriented, cross-media artist with a background ranging from photography to book conservation.

Resident Artist Gallery

The Resident Gallery presents artists that have studios and create art at Montpelier Arts Center.

  1. Linda Bernard & Roslyn Logsdon
  2. Irene Sylvester
  3. Melissa Burley
  4. David Brosch

April 7-29

Linda Bernard & Roslyn Logsdon

Public Reception: Sunday, April 8, 2-4 pm

Linda and Roslyn have often exhibited together since they feel that clay and fiber complement each other. The exhibit concentrates on series - exploring ideas from three perspectives. Linda explores varied surface techniques in clay, while Roslyn hooks wall hangings of trees, arches, and people using various fibers.