Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Maryland Federation of Art at Gallery B

Gallery B is pleased to announce its July exhibition, “MFA @ Gallery B,” a juried exhibition of work by Maryland Federation of Art members consisting of 31 artists and 45 selections of works. The exhibit will be displayed from July 12 – August 6, 2023 at Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E, Bethesda, MD. Gallery hours for the show will be Wednesday – Saturday, 12-6pm, with a public reception on Saturday, August 5, 2023 from 3-5 PM.

Members of the Maryland Federation of Art residing in any of the states or territories

of the United States, Canada and Mexico were asked to enter the “MFA @ Gallery B” summer member show. The exhibition will include original 2D or 3D work.


Selected works by the following artists will be featured:


Nada Romanos Abizaid

McLean, VA

John T Allen

Silver Spring, MD

Kenneth L. Bachman

Bethesda, MD

Sally Canzoneri

Washington, DC

Pearl B Chang

Rockville, MD

Ray Conrad

Frederick, MD

David Diaz

Annapolis, MD

Jayne BentleyGaskins

Reston, VA


Bethesda, MD

Deborah Kommalan

Pasadena, MD

Nichole Leavy

Pasadena, MD

Gordon LYON

Gaithersburg, MD

Steve Mabley

Washington, DC

Rod Mayer

North Potomac, MD

Cindy Mehr

Bel Air, MD

Marcella Morgese

Knoxville, MD

David Mosher

Gaithersburg, MD

Richard Niewerth

Severna Park, MD

Katharine K. Owens

Fredericksburg, VA

Angela E. Petruncio

Arnold, MD

Maria Stella Quezada

Rockville, MD

Roz Racanello

Chesapeake Beach, MD

Joh Ricci

Gettysburg, PA

Edward Shmunes

West Columbia, SC

robert steinem

colrain, MA

Paul Tambellini

Silver Spring, MD

Dave Vetal

Pasadena, MD

Elaine Weiner-Reed

Severn, MD

Robert Bruce Weston

Milton, DE

Megan Whitfield

Arnold, MD

Edward C Wlodarczak

North Potomac, MD

“MFA @ Gallery B” was juried by Margery Goldberg, wood artist, founder, and director of Zenith Gallery. “I make art because that is who I am. I’ve known this since I was 10 when I started sculpture classes at Rochester Memorial Art Gallery”

Goldberg majored in Art at George Washington University, and after college in 1973, she became the first female in America with a complete woodworking studio. For over 45 years, she’s been obsessed with the medium of wood.