Thanks to Sue Lester and her team, we are again keeping the Dorchester Center for the Arts' front window looking beautiful. Here is the window for February.

Here we are in a brand new year. As you can see, We are already off to a quick and exciting start. Stay tuned.

​And here's what is coming up. We are about to have an evening viewing of Loving Vincent (Van Gogh) very soon. And we are deep into planning for our Art and Photo Supplies Flea Market. We still have room for a couple of vendors. And, of course, the third Tuesday of each month finds us talking and eating together. 

Our member, Robert Gladney is teaching ceramic decoration to a group of students who came through the Eastern Shore Hospital Center. The completed plates were a diverse and colorful collection of creative ideas--beautiful and amazing.

Joy Staniforth, community leader and shop owner, talked with us about methods, techniques and tips for selling art. Her talk was right on point and there was much wisdom in her words. Great lady!! 

If you are an artist in any genre or if you just love art, come to see us. We do lots of varied things and you will find us a fun, friendly group in any case. We meet most every Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. at Creek Deli in Cambridge, Maryland. You can contact Nancy at or 410.463.0148.

Early in January, Will Dennehy talked about the development of his painting skills and he brought paintings to show the progression. His work was always good but now is truly spectacular, as you can see.

Updated March 13, 2018

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Our first movie of the year was Goya's Ghosts. We enjoyed snacks and some movie time together in mid-January.


​Here's some of what we have: speakers, roundtable discussions, movies, exhibits, studio tours, art museum visits, seminars, selling tips, the Funnies, and more. Here's what we DON'T have: elections, Board of Directors, by-laws, or dues. It's free!  

Susan Williamson, Visual Arts Coordinator for the Carroll County Arts Center, imparted some of her wisdom to us. This lady is smart, creative, energetic and humorous. What a combination!