When Seth Moulden was a boy, he would watch his father, professional artist Doug Moulden, paint in the family’s living room.
The Maryland Judiciary has received more than 500 submissions for its “Conflict Resolution Day Student Bookmark Art Contest.”
Art relating to the U.S. presidency will soon be shown in Washington ahead of planned sales of the works by Christie’s auction house.
The state of Maryland is planning to preserve a set of murals that have decorated a shuttered travel plaza near Aberdeen for more than 40 years.
Baltimore City schools are getting a big boost to their art programs.
Large-scale artworks created by children who lost parents or siblings in the 9/11 attacks are being shown together for the first time at the Pentagon.
A new venue for Frederick’s artistic community has opened in the downtown historic district.
Art Modell not only brought football back to Baltimore, he also breathed new life into the arts and charitable causes with millions of dollars in donations over a decade.
Artwork by more than 100 children from around the country, some of them disabled, is going on display at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington.
When Ann Munro Wood and her sister Roxie Munro talk about 50 shades of gray, they really talk about 50 shades of gray. Both women have had long careers as artists, but their styles, subject matter and working speed are completely different.
Jimi Davies and Jeff Huntington joined forces to create unique art.
Despite the rainy day, a pretty good-sized crowd showed up to Artscape. The annual festival is truly Baltimore with something for just about everyone.