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Ram Brisueno
Jeanine McClain

February 1- February 25, 2023

Clubhouse of Catonsville

10 St. Timothy's Lane, Catonsville

Poetry Workshop: February 23, 5:00 pm

Closing Reception: February 23, 6pm - 8pm

Ram Brisueno is a Baltimore based, self-taught artist with a degree in English from UMBC. Ram considers himself a collagist focusing on form, color, and stories within his paintings using mixed media in an intuitive collage style referencing textures, color, meaning and intent which brings layers, upon layers within revealing unique and hidden narratives. An almost surreal perspective between material and transformations that play in stories and dreams. Ram has lived in New York, Germany, Washington, DC and Baltimore and has shown his work in museums, galleries, venues, and private collections.  

Jeanine McClain is a senior artist whose passion is portraits. "I usually photograph my subjects and paint them in oil on canvas. I aspire to express the heart and soul of the individuals I paint, as well as their physical likeness. I am currently working on a "People of Catonsville" series of portraits. Every face tells a story and every person has their own unique beauty. When someone allows me to photograph and paint them I am honored and excited. So if a sixty something, kind of reticent, Black woman approaches you on Main Street and asks to photograph you, its probably me.... I am always looking for new faces."

Ram Brisueno

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Jeanine McClain

Upcoming Exhibit 

Artists 4 ERA expands awareness of the effort to add gender equality to the US Constitution with the Equal Rights Amendment. The works of artists from across the nation created specifically for this movement will be on display and auctioned off to benefit


Exhibit and Reception are FREE and open to the public.


Art Exhibit: February 27-March 5, Monday-Thursday 6-8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 12-5 pm


Reception: Friday, March 3 rd 6:30-9:30 pm featuring panel discussions, refreshments, conversation and fabulous art! Reception registration required as space is limited.

Featured guests include Grace Sarafidis, MD State Director of Generation Ratify; Kate Kelly, author of Ordinary Equality and Maryland State Delegate Shelia Ruth.

Sponsored by AAUW Maryland; Howard, Baltimore and Anne Arundel Branches, Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and The Dismantling Racism Committee of Catonsville Presbyterian Church, Grace AME Church and Christian Temple.


Previous Exhibits 

Teacher As Artist

January 6- January 29, 2023

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The Teacher as Artist exhibition presents artwork made by graduate students in Art Education from Towson University. Each artist in the exhibit, a practicing teacher in Maryland, participated in a summer course focused on nurturing and strengthening connections between their roles as artist and teacher. While each journey of discovery has been unique, their renewed artistic practices and the artwork they produced are filling the creative wells severely depleted by these last few unprecedented years teaching in the Covid pandemic.  Featured Artists: Katherine Broadwater, Alex Garove, Kellsie Guy, Monica Heiser, Susan Tarabishi and Tani Teixeira.




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 - Feb 4

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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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."


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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. 

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The Clubhouse- 10 St. Timothy Lane, Catonsville

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