You can drop in on us at Creek Deli in Cambridge, Maryland, on most Wednesday mornings at 8 a.m. Or, you can send an e-mail to, call 410.463.0148, or simply click Contact Us.

Come join us if ...... love art, or have a lot of education and/or experience in art, or have no art education and/or have never produced a piece of art in your life. or are a self-taught artist, or'd like to make art but don't know where to begin, or don't want to make art but would like to be a part of a fun, active organization.

Wednesday Morning Artists.  Powered by commitment, creativity, and connection.

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What's Happening NOW! 

If you watch this page, you will know about our current activities and projects.

Updated April 14, 2017

Deborah Coffin Kennedy has just returned from 3 months at sea on a teaching ship. She is known for her fascinating sketch books that recount many of the details of the trip. She was kind enough to share the most recent ones with us.

Here's a look at Janet Kerr's beautiful photography that graces the front windows of Hunt Insurance Company on Race Street in Cambridge MD.  The subjects are diverse. The framing and finishing is beautiful. And the photos are a work of art!

At our March 22 roundtable, we began by learning something about the "rules" for titling art . Then we applied our new knowledge to some actual pieces, one of which was this grey-skied, haunting photo of a horse by Robin Burton. After careful consideration, we suggested Arabian Ghost.

Robert Gladney, our member, talked about his immersion in art from an early age and showed some of his childhood art.  Now he is creating studio art. He also shared his vision of using art to help children.

Sue Lester installed this exhibit in the front window of the Dorchester Center for the Arts. It highlights the Members' Show that is in the Main Gallery for the month of January.

Here we are in late January in the home of one of our members. We had a light breakfast and a short meeting followed by a viewing of  O'Keefe. This is a movie about Georgia O'Keefe, an independent woman and painter of large and bold flowers. It was educational, entertaining, and a whole lot of fun.

This is Bob Zimberoff, Editor of the Dorchester Banner. He's passionate about the newspaper and about reporting the local area news in an accurate and balanced manner.  Here in early May, we learned a lot about the challenges and rewards of running a newspaper. 

Janet Kerr has her photography in the front windows of the Hunt Insurance business on Race Street in Cambridge. Both windows are full of her striking images.  

You'll see below that we are off to a fast start here in 2017. We have ongoing exhibits, we've had five speakers/visitors, we are planning another movie day, a trip to The Barnes, two roundtable discussions, and a studio tour.  And there is lots more in the pipeline.

We took a trip to The Barnes and Rodin Museums in Philadelphia in early March. It got rave reviews from those who went.

Heidi Wetzel's basketry and Sue Lester's paintings now grace the windows of Corsica River on Poplar Street in Cambridge MD.  What a great combo in this art combination makes in these two windows.

CeCe Davis, photographer and film-maker, told us about her very interesting background, how she found her real calling, and what her dreams for the future are. Quite a lady here!

Diane Miller , Event Coordinator for the National Park Service, talked with us here in early February about the imminent opening of the new Visitors' Center and the Tubman Underground Railroad Conference in May.

Mary Konchar, talented and dedicated photographer, shared her philosophies and passions with us. What a great morning for us!