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  Friends – All of us at Annmarie Garden are committed to connecting people: to art, to nature, and most of all to each other. Just because our art center doors are closed doesn’t mean this commitment ends.    We’ve published an online survey essentially asking “how are you” and “do […]

 

Friends –

All of us at Annmarie Garden are committed to connecting people: to art, to nature, and most of all to each other. Just because our art center doors are closed doesn’t mean this commitment ends. 

 

We’ve published an online survey essentially asking “how are you” and “do you need anything.” This may seem like a strange activity for an arts organization, but at heart we are a community. We want you to know that we care and and are thinking of you and your families. We may not have a solution, but we are here and will try to help.

 

Below are links to helpful information including official info on how to stay safe and healthy during this crisis, art and nature activities, education resources and information specifically for artists in crisis. We’ll be updating and expanding this information regularly. Stay well and keep in touch!

You can also follow us on facebook for daily distractions, inspiration, and information. 

We would like to hear how you are – ONLINE SURVEY.     

 

Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center is located in scenic Solomons, Maryland, where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay. The sculpture garden features a 1/4 mile walking path that meanders through the woods past permanent and loaned sculpture, including over thirty works on loan from the Smithsonian Institution and the National Gallery of Art. Artists in the collection include:  Antonio Tobias Mendez, Barbara Hepworth, Cesar, Robert Engman, Jean Arp, Kenneth Snelson and Fransisco Zuniga.

 

The award-winning Arts Building features rotating exhibition space, a gift shop, and a sunny patio. Annmarie  presents a variety of popular annual festivals, rotating exhibitions, family activities, and creative public programs. The Studio School offers classes for all ages and abilities – from pottery to dance – taught by professional artists and arts educators.

 

Come explore this special place where art and nature meet!

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