Inner Light: A Collaboration with ManneqART

Lynne Spector - Angelus Glacias_3141

on exhibit September 9 – November 18, 2017

Original wearable sculptures created by artists from around the country, responding to the theme of Inner Light, chosen because of Sandy Spring’s Quaker heritage.  The sculptures illustrate the duality of lightness and darkness, positive and negative.

The Inner Light is your connection to something greater than yourself.  In order to find your Inner Light, you must also have an understanding of darkness.  The Inner Light opens the unity of all human beings to our consciousness. Quakers believe that the potential for good exists in everyone and that your Inner Light can shine through darkness.   Everyone has an Inner Light but one must be willing to seek it.

Face to Face: The Evolving Story of Sandy Spring

single potrait

on exhibit October 4 – November 18, 2017

This exhibit by members of the Maryland Society of Portrait Painters features works inspired by the people and places of Sandy Spring, past and present. Artists connect with the community of Sandy Spring using photos of contemporary local residents and images from the Sandy Spring Museum archives.  See Sandy Spring’s people, landscape and history portrayed in artwork through a variety styles and media including oil, watercolor, clay and pastel.

Artist reception on October 7 from noon – 2 pm.