Here are some pictures I took at the "Out of Order" show that happened at the Maryland Art Place on Friday. It was a very impressive turnout, although I think many of the attendees were artists. The place was absolutely packed like sardines which unfortunately made it somewhat difficult to look at the artwork. The event lasted 3 hours and we stayed nearly to the end. By the time I left, I didn't see many works that had been bid on. I'd say maybe 1/4 of the art had bids, and most of those pieces were priced extremely low to begin with. Most were under $100, some were even as low as $1.00. I ran into more people I knew than I expected, but it was nice to catch up with people, and just to know that people are still making art.
This piece was done by a woman who took part in a photoshop workshop Reid and I gave at Johns Hopkins through the Baltimore Museum of Art.
The printmaking work of my friends Ursula (left) and Jon (right).
Reid catching up with a old MICA alum.
Candy and chips jackpot!!! These were the "snacks" served.
The work of James Henessey (a former MICA faculty member).
Mike Moore's work.
my friend Rachel's work (looks like a screen print but it's actually pen!).
Jon and Reid mulling over the artwork.
My work is the small one right in the middle in the brown frame.