Despite the controversial name, the Starving Artists’ Sale has been an established and highly successful exhibition for almost as long as the Harford Artist’s Association has been established. Inside the gallery, art hangs salon-style on the walls with handmade jewelry, sculptures, and other three-dimensional art interspersed on shelves and pedestals. Art is expertly coordinated through color, pattern, or subject to feel cohesive despite the variety of artists, styles, and media.
The media represented is diverse, including photography on aluminum, acrylic pour painting, oil on canvas, watercolor, gourd sculpture, fused glass, jewelry, and more. The artists are all local and range from emerging to established. The best part is that everything on display is under $100.
The gallery will have a reception this Saturday, January 9, 2020 from 1 PM – 3 PM.
Here’s the location, and have fun!
37 North Main Street in Suite 104 of the Armory Marketplace
(behind the historic Reckord Armory) Bel Air, MD 21014
Disclosure: I am a member of the Harford Artists’ Association. However, I am not a participant or exhibiting artist in this show. All views stated are my own.