Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation

Exhibitions

Gallery Hours: 10 am-5 pm, seven days a week.

Saturday, June 2, 7 pm|Public Reception: Friday, June 8, 2018 7-9 pm
Melissa Burley

Melissa BurleyMelissa Burley combines reclaimed items that may include glass, test tubes, furniture parts, and automobile and bicycle components and then illuminates them with halogen or LED lighting. The ultimate goal of her work is to elevate these recycled materials to a level that suggests there is beauty in life after death and to open the eyes of others to consider their role in the preservation of our earth.


Friday, June 8, 12 am|Public Reception: Friday, June 8, 2018 7-9 pm
37th Annual Invitational Sculpture Exhibition

37th Annual Invitational Sculpture ExhibitionArtist Talk/Luncheon: Friday, June 15, 12 Noon
The 37th annual Montpelier Invitational Sculpture Exhibition will take place in the Main Gallery at Montpelier Arts Center. Various artists from the region are invited to exhibit contemporary sculpture. To register for the Artist Talk/Luncheon, please call 301-377-7800 by Friday, June 1, 2018.


Friday, June 8, 7 pm|Public Reception: Friday, June 8, 2018 7-9 pm
Neil Feather: Ball Movies

Neil Feather: Ball MoviesBall Movies experiments with the physics of balls of all kinds, sizes, and materials. Neil Feather combines the balls of bowling, billiards, ping-pong, marbles, croquet, and magnetic in moving situations with tilted turntables, springs, serving trays, drums, pendulums, and speakers to create a unique musical experience. Short videos will be used to showcase this musical concert.


Sunday, July 1, 2 am|Public Reception: Sunday, July 8, 2018 2-4 pm
David Brosch

David BroschDavid Brosch is a teacher and resident artist at Montpelier Arts Center who received his BA in fine arts and a BS in architecture from the University of Maryland. He most often creates representational imagery that includes landscapes and portraiture. The printmaking techniques he employs to produce his metal-plate etchings are very traditional.