White Plains print shop begins artist series
Quality Printers and the Southern Maryland Artists’ Collective are teaming up for a series of artists showcases this year.
The White Plains print shop transforms the front of its shop into the Southern MD Creative Cultural Center to host various arts and entertainment events for the community’s enrichment, according to a news release. The first event this year is “Visions of Mar yland,” the selected works of Charles County artist Addison Likins, a longtime photographer. The free event is 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14.
Likins is a graduate of James Madison University who has been a professional and amateur photographer for almost 50 years, according to the release. During the past two years he has explored southern and eastern Maryland and presented his visual results in a number of venues, including numerous calendars and magazines.
He is currently showing work at the Lowe House of Delegates and the Circle Gallery in Annapolis, Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Art Center in Dowell, Community Bank of the Chesapeake in Waldorf and La Plata, The Waldorf Library and the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home.
Quality Printers is located at 10485 Theodore Green Blvd. in White Plains. The free event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.
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