From Harford County government:
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board is pleased to announce an exhibit by four talented artists during the months of April, May and June at the William N. McFaul Activities Center located at 525 W. MacPhail Road in Bel Air. The current show titled “Four Artists in Black, White & Color” features works by artists Alice Humphries, Robert Fenwick May, Tom Norris and Douglas Williams. A reception will be held at the McFaul Center on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 6-7:30pm. It is free and open to the public.
Alice Humphries has been working as a freelance artist for nearly 20 years. Her paintings are found in homes and businesses in Harford County and throughout the country. Robert Fenwick May has spent most of his young adult years working over a drafting board honing his drawing skills. Trees are his subjects in this exhibition, which is a culmination of his imagination, love of nature and study of botany.
Tom Norris, a retired employee of Harford County Government, says the ideas for his art work flow freely from him now that he is in retirement. Douglas Williams started dabbling with pen and ink in the stippling and line style. Many of his pieces are composed of tens or hundreds of thousands of dots placed on paper one at a time
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board, located at 319 S. Main Street, Bel Air, MD 21014 is a commission granted by the Department of Community Services that serves to encourage the growth and stability of cultural organizations in Harford County. For additional information call 410-638-3578; log onto www.culturalartsboard.org or visit the Harford County Cultural Arts Board Facebook page for a preview of the exhibit.