Clubhouse of Catonsville

10 St. Timothy's Lane, Catonsville

Opening Reception: December 4, 3pm - 5pm

Closing Reception: December 18, 3pm - 5pm

Online Exhibit: December 4 - 18

Alice Gail Dvoskin has been actively exhibiting her oil paintings for twenty-seven years. While some of her paintings are plein air, much of her work has been painted in the studio from sketches and photographs created during her wanderings. Her work captures the unique landscapes, people and architecture of nearby and distant locales with an emphasis on the interplay of color and light. 

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"I’ve been drawing and painting since age twelve. Throughout my thirty-two year Psychology practice, I continued painting as often as possible. Now, retired, I have the opportunity to fully pursue my passion for art. To me, the challenge of the two dimensional canvas is to create a fourth dimension, that of movement. To accomplish this, I take advantage of the plasticity of oil paint, bold brush strokes, and strong color. The vivid areas of color and form fighting with each other to hold the picture plane create tension and, thus, movement."

Alice Gail Dvoskin

Stay tuned for more information about upcoming exhibits!

Previous Exhibits 



Exhibit: Oct 22 –  Nov 23, 2022

The Clubhouse, 10 St. Timothy's Lane, Catonsville


Opening Reception: Sunday, October  23  3-6 pm

Closing Reception: Sunday, November 20  3-6 pm.

Judith Fulmer’s work is a blend of impressionism and realism. Known for her seascapes, she works in several media, watercolor, oil and pastel. She began her study of art at Towson University.Her interest in impressionism took her to Provincetown, where she studied at the Cape Cod School of Art. Judith’s work focuses on light and color. She continues to learn and share her passion about art with her students. Judith currently teaches at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown and through the Baltimore County Arts Guild and is an active member of several art organizations in Maryland and Massachusetts. You can visit the exhibit online at the link below!


"I hope to draw you into my paintings, touch

you with color, jog your memory, renew

your admiration of God's creations, and remind

you that peace is possible."

~ Judith Fulmer

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The Baltimore County Arts Guild is pleased to present an in-person exhibit featuring some of our very talented and award-winning resident and member artists. Works will be on exhibit from September 6 to October 14, 2022. Additionally, we hope you will join us at the opening reception on September 18th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Clubhouse in Catonsville for an opportunity to meet the artists. 

Exhibiting artists include Jeanine McClainMorna McDermott McNulty, Pattie Archuleta, Rice McKelvinStephanie Burgee, Mary Schuler Murphy, and Monica Herber.

Degrees of Separation

May 1- May 22, 2022


About the Justice Arts Coalition: Justice Arts Coalition (JAC) unites teaching artists,

arts advocates, artists who are or have been incarcerated and their allies,

harnessing the transformative power of the arts to reimagine justice. 


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April M Rimpo and Elaine Weiner-Reed are pleased to present their exhibition PORTRAITS OF LIFE: Once Upon a Story. This is an Ekphrastic exhibit where the images of Rimpo and Weiner-Reed’s visual art inspires written word, poetic, and musical interpretations of their paintings. Special events are scheduled throughout the ongoing exhibit for written word readings and musical presentations. 

Both artists are storytellers, so they invite others to imagine and retell the stories told in their paintings. Traditionally, the term Ekphrasis is limited to interpreting visual art through the written word. This exhibit expands this meaning to include musical interpretation, as well. The musical collaborations include lyrics and music of any genre. In addition to popular music, a pair of classical musicians have created and recorded performances to be included in the Closing Reception. In their original compositions, they used a combination of electronics, violins, and a traditional instrument called the Viol, that predates the violin. 


Current Exhibits 

The Clubhouse- 10 St. Timothy Lane, Catonsville

Upcoming Exhibit