Gallery at Woods hosts Mother/ Daugh­ter Show

Record Observer - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

SEV­ERNA PARK — The Gallery at Woods will com­mem­o­rate Mother’s Day with a Mother/Daugh­ter Show. Painter Thelma Green and her daugh­ter, Dale Hall, a pho­tog­ra­pher, both for­mer Sev­erna Park res­i­dents, will show their work de­pict­ing Mary­land’s Eastern Shore, which they both call home now.

Thelma Green raised her fam­ily in Lin­stead on the Sev­ern dur­ing the ‘60s and ‘70s and along with her fam­ily at­tended Woods Memo­rial Church.Green and Hall have shown their work in group shows held in The Gallery at Woods and Hall par­tic­i­pated in one of Woods’ very first art shows dur­ing the ‘70s. Water­scapes and wa­ter­fowl are in­spi­ra­tion for both mother and daugh­ter. You will also see man’s best friend in much of Hall’s work as well.

The show will run through June 5. Gallery at Woods is lo­cated at 611 Bal­ti­more-An­napo­lis Blvd., Sev­erna Park.

Both are award win­ning artists and have par­tic­i­pated in many art shows to­gether on the Eastern Shore, where they are mem­bers of the Kent Is­land Fed­er­a­tion of Arts and ART East. They have both had their work cho­sen for per­ma­nent col­lec­tions in Queen Anne’s Emer­gency Cen­ter and The Hil­ton Gar­den Inn. You will also see their work in Kent Is­land gift shops and gal­leries.

Both mother and daugh­ter started their artis­tic as­pi­ra­tions in their early teens and are still “at it” today. Green’s first com­mis­sion was paint­ing horse heads on neck ties for Bal­ti­more City po­lice­men who did much of their work on horses at the time. She later be­came pro­lific with wa­ter col­ors, oils, and acrylics. Hall started by do­ing dark­room work in a closet in her house. She now uses Pho­to­shop to cre­ate and en­hance her “cap­tures” call­ing her busi­ness Dale Hall Photo Artistry. Her web­site name de­picts much of her sub­ject mat­ter, http://chesa­peakepics.com.

PHOTO BY DALE HALL

Duck For­ma­tion by Dale Hall

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